nazim blackett

The Brutality of the Royal Barbados Police Force, with video

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Highlighted from Nazim’s Police Statement

Many locals have been quick to share their views on the several tragic events that occurred in the USA recently where Black men were shot like dogs by White policemen.  Not so fast! Is the below for real? Happening in Bimshire?Barbados Underground

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Extracted from Nazim’s Police Statement

Hundreds Forcible Disappear in Middle East.nazzi is me famuly. peeps got to know tht police in only killing you in amrica it hapning hay in barbados. De pulice killing yuh bout hay pecilly wen you por. and den dem cuva up an say tht Nazzi is wo hurt heself. ef one uh dem din call we Nazzi get kill in day at statun hill. pun a night dem got unmark cars drving tru hay J2917 n xa2735, dah 1 hurdle is a crmnl wid a badge. god done lik ugly tanks fo publesh man.

    Anonymous

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459 Comments on “The Brutality of the Royal Barbados Police Force, with video”

  1. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI August 1, 2016 at 11:38 AM #

    @ Colonel Buggy

    I said I’d go to the CALEA website and start reading up on their measurement tools.

    I read reports on that site and this research paper before reverting to you on that accreditation issue which is like lipstick on a pig.

    The pertinent CALEA measurement tools that inform on my comments on this specific matter of brutality, are the ones that follow and are those I focused/rely on.

    1.Arrests and Citations

    Arrest represents one of the most visible measures of police output. Furthermore, it is one of the few output measures collected from most police agencies in the world.

    This is probably the driving factor behind and underscores why poor black ingrunt peeple from lower socio economic brackets are arrested more than rich or middle class people in Barbados because they the police have a quota to reach as such relates to “solving” crime IRRESPECTIVE OF THE INNOCENCE OF THE PARTIES ARRESTED!!!

    Of interesting note is the following observation “Police departments can influence crime rates any number of ways: departmental policies or structures that INHIBIT or encourage reporting, the behavior of a PBX CALL TAKER or police officer toward an alleged victim, or OUTRIGHT MANIPULATION of crime statistics

    AND IT IS ALSO NOTED THAT NOT ALL CRIME IS REPORTED TO POLICE E.G. “when immigrants fear deportation, AS WITH THAT JAMAICAN WOMAN MARSHA COOKE who would have paid US$500 for a ticket to come to Barbados to be beaten and locked up, domestic abuse victims who fear retaliation from their attackers, or teens fear that reporting a crime will hurt their reputation among their peers, there will exist unknown pockets of crime.

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  2. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI August 1, 2016 at 11:50 AM #

    @ Honourable Blogmaster

    It doesn’t like the research paper link.

    I removed it and voilà It posted

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  3. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right INRI August 1, 2016 at 12:19 PM #

    @ Colonel a Buggy

    The counterpoise to the statistic of reported crime is Clearances

    2.Clearances or the number of crimes solved

    A common observation of these studies is that “…detectives manipulated clearance rates to inflate their performance measures.”

    As with Nazim Blackett “…If they arrested a suspect, sometimes police use the arrest to clear other similar offenses, even when the evidence that the cases were related was slim…”

    The CALEA article continues “…furthermore, the detectives demonstrated a profound disinterest in whether the “cleared” cases resulted in court convictions; they viewed their job as generating the clearance regardless of the consequences…”

    This, in the weekly instances of RBPF reports, brings me to wonder if this CALEA accreditation was anything other than a rubber stamp on an appreciable amount of Sadists and Brutes masquerading behind a badge.

    The measurement systems came in for a bashing as well.

    “A report on the future of the Uniform Crime Reporting program listed a number of problems with CLEARANCE RATES that reduce their utility for measuring police performance.”

    Given that 3 police reports dat de ole man has been waiting on for 5 years and assistance on a number of outstanding matters still lags ridiculously, one would tend to agree that the measurement of clearance rates by the RBPF are hopeful at best a euphemism for lies.

    Just ask the Blackett’s lawyers how long it has been for them to get statements on the matter of Brutality against Nazim Blackett.

    Yet they can state that Nazim has “graduated from stealing sheep, IN A HOUSING DEVELOPMENT, TO MURDER!!!”

    There is a definitive need for the creation of a new entity that will Police the Royal Barbados since it is obvious that their self policing IS NOT WORKING OUT FOR POOR BLACK MEN OR VISITING JAMAICANS

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  4. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right -INRI August 1, 2016 at 2:06 PM #

    @ Colonel Buggy

    One more point about that CALEA designation and their own requirements

    3.Brutality.

    Again I would wish readers to realize that I have copied euphemism for plagiarized elements of this article to underscore a point that Pachamama made earlier.

    Police Brutality is not a new phenomenon it is just that technology and tools currently available, to an ever watchful citizenry, brings “equity” to a situation where there was previously little redress for the common man.

    Of one thing we can be certain though “…with all the fabricated? reports by the Attorney General Adriel Nitwit and the Acting Chief of Police Tyrone Griffith even though they would love to fool the public, AND THE VISITING TOURISTS, AND THE US EMBASSY THAT HAD PUMPED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN THE RBPF, these lied statistics that they created are just that, lies.

    The facts reflect how they are “controlling crime”, effecting unlawful arrests, AND MY FAVOURITE, & SOLVING THEM, BY BRUTALIZING CITIZENS and KILLING A FEW HERE AND THERE.

    This, and the brotherhood of covering up for police criminals, needs to be addressed and disbanded quickly.

    As the Sargeant shared, they have poor morale, serious internal discipline problems, tiefing of personal property, rancid relationships with communities, response times that are low because officers fooling round while driving out the government gas, issues with police corruption rather Sadists masquerading as policemen who are wreaking a regime of brutality on the poor and the helpless, Bajan or foreigner, whom they encounter while effecting police work.

    We have see the face of crime in Barbados and it is the Royal Barbados Police Force

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  5. nanci August 4, 2016 at 6:16 PM #

    they should be fired, all of them. Police brutality its true not only happening in the US, its happening in barbados also.

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  6. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI August 10, 2016 at 8:03 AM #

    It may have disappeared from the front of Barbados Underground for understandable reasons I.e. People visiting but we need to be vigilant nonetheless.

    De Grandson sent this to me earlier

    http://www.computerweekly.com/news/450302281/IPT-fines-Police-Scotland-for-communications-breach-of-privacy?utm_medium=EM&asrc=EM_EDA_62336172&utm_campaign=20160810_IPT%20fines%20Police%20Scotland%20for%20communications%20breach%20of%20privacy_&utm_source=EDA

    In brief the item states “In the 8 August 2016 judgement, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT), which heard the case in Scotland on 22 July 2016, ruled that Police Scotland had interfered with the privacy rights of the complainants; two serving police officers and two former police officers and their partners…”

    “The IPT found Police Scotland to be in contravention of the Human Rights Act 1998.

    The case comes as the UK government prepares to introduce the Investigatory Powers Bill, which will give sweeping bulk data collection powers, and powers for suspicion-less surveillance of telephone, web and email communications.”

    “One of the complainants, Gerard Gallacher, became a journalist after serving as a police officer. He later wrote about a police investigation, that lasted two and a half years, into the murder of Emma Caldwell, a 27-year-old prostitute, near Glasgow in April 2005…”

    By the way, is this sounding familiar??

    “Gallacher’s “Forgotten Suspect” stories were published in April 2015 in the Scottish Sunday Mail, prompting the Scottish Crown Office to instruct Police Scotland to reopen the murder inquiry.”

    “The stories also led to Police Scotland’s Counter Corruption Unit (CCU) launching a covert criminal investigation on 7 April 2015, to identify any police officers, serving or retired, who might have “made unauthorised disclosure of sensitive/restrictive information that appeared in the articles”.

    “Police misused surveillance to search for possible media leak”

    Does that part sound familiar as the Royal Barbados Police Force continues to monitor the Blackett’s phones NOTWITHSTANDING THAT THE FAMILY ARE VICTIMS OF POLICE BRUTALITY???

    “Police Scotland made applications for surveillance authorisations, claiming that Gallacher was researching a book about the unsolved murders of prostitutes in the Glasgow area, and that it was likely that he had been provided with information by police insiders.”

    Is this sounding familiar as the officers continue to tap Tracey Blackett’s phone (the mother of the victim?

    “The Interception of Communications Commissioner’s Office (Iocco) later wrote to the complainants, as required by law, to notify them that they might have been targeted for surveillance.”

    “It told them that they “may have been adversely affected by a contravention of Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa) and/or of the Acquisition of Data Communications Code of Practice”.

    At least civilized countries have Freedom of Information laws that permit people the ability to know when their government is spying on them and not revert to the famous Dale Smiley Teets comment about “national security interests”

    We Bajans have to be vigilant.

    Because in this Nazim Blackett case what we are seeing is a pattern that affects every one of us, POLICE TARGETTING CITIZENS, ILLEGAL DETENTION, BEATING, ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING COMPLIMENTS OF THE FORMER, AND CURRENT COMMISSIONERS OF POLICE, ARBITRARY DETENTIONS, AS WE WISH WIRETAPPING

    IS THIS THE BARBADOS THAT WE, @ 2016 WANT?

    AND MUGABE ENT EVEN IN OFFICE YET!!!

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  7. pieceuhderockyeahright October 9, 2016 at 11:48 AM #

    @ Hants

    “EXACTLY ONE MONTH after Marlon Smith reportedly escaped police custody, and with “word on the streets” that he is dead, a close relative is beginning to lose hope that he will never be found.

    “Trikelia Cumberbatch, Smith’s youngest sister, told the WEEKEND NATION that the last time anyone had heard or seen Smith was on September 7 when police picked him up as he was driving out of Storey Gap, Codrington Hill, St Michael, a short distance from his home.

    She said since then no one had heard or seen the 37-year-old farmer and father of four.
    Cumberbatch insisted that if her brother was alive he would have found a way to get into contact with his family to let them know he was safe. (RB)”

    Isn’t this another interesting Nazzim Blackett-like trinket from Trikelia.

    You have recently said that these murders that are plaguing the streets are traditionally restricted to the gaza and the ghetto.

    More and more we are seeing that the killings on the streets are expanding from gaza to the middle class.

    Of course the Royal Barbados Police Force has always been on scope but there is no Video to determine where Marlon Smith is.

    But who gives a shyt##e Hants.

    He ent nobody and he come from a family where the sister ent even got she hair presentable for the cameras like the Chadderton family.

    Like the Merribody say “when de men kill de men all dat going lef is de wumen…”

    Cum leh we wuk up and have a good time nuh??

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  8. David October 9, 2016 at 3:15 PM #

    @PUDRYR

    Smith was a farmer?

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