Charles leacock, Director of Public Prosecutions

DPP Charles Leacock Found Guilty

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We give credit to Barbados Today for highlighting this grave injustice meted out to Kobia Jamal Robinson by Director of Public Prosecutions Charles Leacock. The idea that a person charged with a crime in Barbados has to wait for three years to have their case heard is embarrassing and wrong.  The fact others have had to be on remand for longer than three years confirms what BU has been commenting for several years – see Tales from the Courts.

We have two issues the authorities must resolve with dispatch:

  • A heavy backlog of cases in the Barbados Courts
  • A Director of Public Prosecutions who is unable to ready cases for trial in a timely manner despite the backlog of cases

A reminder to Leacock – JUSTICE delayed is JUSTICE denied!

 

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146 Comments on “DPP Charles Leacock Found Guilty”

  1. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 6:03 PM #

    Well Well

    I also know for fact that the BLP is involved in voting buying because in my youthful ignorance, I was an recipient of some of the money given out by the former Minister of Tourism Aaron Truss, whose office was located on Roebuck Street in the early 80s.

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  2. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 6:13 PM #

    Well Well

    And this money was given out on a weekly basis to people from Bank Hall, Bush Hall, Station Hill, Dean Villege and Waterford etc. I do ever remember Leroy Trotman giving out money for votes, but Aaron Truss I do remember quite vividly.

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  3. Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 6:25 PM #

    Yeah Dompey, we know BLP politicians are vote buying scum too, but there were no digital audio and video recorder and cellphones in the 80s, no social media in the 80s, but the electorate has them now and should use them to their full advantage unless they prefer to be sold out for another 30 years…

    …….in case ya missed it Dompey….I already know you will say the voters will still take the bribes anyway, but again in doing so will just highlight and magnify the poor education system in Barbados. .

    Click on the poster to see the number of views Dompey.

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  4. Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 6:31 PM #

    Dompey…the number of views are shown at the bottom of the poster, you dont have to click on it.

    To reiterate. ..the electorate has the audio and video recordings now and should use them to their full advantage unless they prefer to be sold out for another 30 years……to the 5% minorities on the island, it’s their call.

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  5. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 6:50 PM #

    Well Well

    I made the claim to demonstrate to you that political corruption didn’t just started with DLP, as many in Barbados would have us believe. I saw it when I was 18 years of age and it happened to be the one and only time I had voted in Barbados because I migrated shortly thereafter.

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  6. David October 19, 2016 at 6:58 PM #

    @Dompey

    Do you understand what is a non point?

    You are suggesting that because crime to use an example was with us from through the ages we should not try to root it out in the present?

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  7. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 7:02 PM #

    Well Well

    Of course the people took the money because all of the mentioned communities, were poor communities located on the outskirts Bridgetown in the 1980s

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  8. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 7:13 PM #

    David

    I am not saying that at all, but what I would like to see here on BU is fair criticism of our political leaders for the past and present improprieties -which by the way, are contributory to the moral-decadent and economic vicissitudes we are witnessing today. And as the old adage goes: the past with its good and evil lives in the present.

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  9. Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 7:15 PM #

    Dompey………they were poorly educated people in the 1980’s, they still are poorly educated in 2016, they still take the money.

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  10. David October 19, 2016 at 7:19 PM #

    The value in this discussion is to address what is happening in the present and how we can improve going forward. This lot was elected based promises to address the issues. Is Trump and Clinton being considered for reelection based on what Ford, Nixon,and Reagan did?

    We can agree to disagree.

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  11. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 7:30 PM #

    Well Well

    Why would an educated person in the 1980s take money from a politician unless he or she was lazy. Work was everywhere in Barbados in the early 80s, but only uneducated people like myself took money because I distinctively remember being fired from one job and finding other the next day. But these job were very low paying jobs… kinda like working for an Indian down town for $80 a week.

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  12. Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 7:40 PM #

    Since the education system was never upgraded Dompey…poorly educated people abound on the island..it’s been the same slap dash education handed to them by the British 50 years ago…

    ….. ya have politicians/ministers who went to university and some claimed to have degrees from universities outside, but they still taking bribes from minorities, so they are poorly educated, not to mention greedy as hell…

    ….. you have poorly educated people from the depressed areas taking bribe money for votes. ..they are poorly educated and do not know better.

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  13. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 7:41 PM #

    David

    Of course not, Trump isn’t being judged by the fails of Reagan and Bush, but he is being judged for leading a party which has a proven track record of supporting the wealthy and corporations as the expense of the poor and middle class.

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  14. Dompey October 19, 2016 at 7:43 PM #

    Well Well, where were you educated, if you don’t mine me asking?

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  15. Simple Simon October 19, 2016 at 7:49 PM #

    @pieceuhderockyeahright October 19, 2016 at 4:17 PM “whu is you opinion bout dis fellow Dr. Lowedown?”

    Lowedown

    or

    Downlow?

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  16. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI October 19, 2016 at 8:11 PM #

    Dompey

    Ammmmmm whu you feel bout de way that the DPP has been operating?

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  17. Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 8:16 PM #

    Not in Barbados, so don’t hurt ya head…all private schools, smaller classes, there was no best and better schools and all the other unnecessary folly ya find on the island, there were options for gifted schools as you well know, otherwise, if the fees were not paid, ya opted for public or home school.

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  18. HAMILTON A HILL October 19, 2016 at 8:45 PM #

    @ de pedantic dribbler…..just saw your response……am well aware of that case and share sentiments similar to those expressed by you. That it also happened here does precious little to mitigate the anger/frustration experienced locally……. Pedantic I want to say this to you.
    Youth, they say is wasted on the young. Give thought to the fact that while not wasted, education is often stunted by religious zealotry. Were it not for religion and politics this world would be such a glorious place for you and for me. As you have learned to ignore the rantings of the politician, treat similarly to the offal the church at times generates…….even when it wends its way onto the Sinner’s paradise that is BARBADOS UNDERGROUND.

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  19. NDTewarie October 19, 2016 at 8:49 PM #

    THE TEA YOU DRINK

    As you take your sip of tea
    Whether it be Liptons or Tetley
    Have you ever wonder
    The origin of its flavor
    You may not be so alarmed
    ‘cause it came from Assam
    Or shocked at this shameful horrible story
    Of the Teas of P G Tips, Twinings or Tetley
    Grown chiefly near the banks of the Brahmaputra
    It’s the largest tea producing plantations of India
    In an ideal of 96.8 º (F) temperature
    Giving it its malty taste and bright colour
    Often sold as sometimes Irish Breakfast Tea
    Or Black, or White or Green tea variety
    These teas, as shocking as was Slavery
    Has oodles of baggages of chicanery

    Your tea time may be your bliss
    And you may reject tea after this
    From whence it came
    They showed no shame
    If its from India behold
    Its a horrible story untold
    If its from the Assam estates of Assam
    Where the living condition is a sham
    The Giant Assam supply tea to the company
    Of PG Tips, Liptons, Twinings and Tetley
    The manager described conditions as a No No
    And so did Lady Sarah Roberts the big CEO

    She said workers conditions as not acceptable
    But did nothing which is damn deplorable
    What they meant was that the estate
    Of 740 homes couldn’t accommodate
    Workers to relieve themselves in 464 toilets
    After filling millions of back breaking baskets
    Many families when they get the rushes
    Just defecate amongst the tea bushes
    Sanitation amidst toilets blocked and broken
    With over flowing cesspits more than a token

    And on some estates even child labour are used.
    For managements’ behaviour left workers obtused
    So next time when its tea time around four pm
    Remember the pickers and the plight of them
    Think of where and why it tastes so refreshing
    Write to those who are doing your legislating
    It isn’t from the fresh air of Assam of the greedy plantation owners
    But maybe its from the excreta from the abused wretched workers.

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  20. Prodigal Son October 19, 2016 at 11:11 PM #

    @ Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 7:37 AM #

    I am wondering what the DPP Leacock does all day long at his desk, does he go wo work every day, why is everything from his office so long, inefficient and drawn out, it’s a small justice system, tiny why is everything so badly organized….

    ………………………………………………

    You wont be surprised if I told you that I saw him in the BRA office this morning around 10.30 when he should at his desk.

    Obviously a man in his position does not join a long line so he was ushered inside to do his business while others had to wait in line.

    Two Barbadoses!

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  21. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 1:03 AM #

    And with all that special treatment of not having to wait in long lines, DPP still can’t get his job done, not enough hours in the day for Leacock to get to his office.

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  22. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 5:54 AM #

    Prodigal Son

    Even when I visit Barbados I does get special treatment because of my status as a Bajan Yankee, so why does it come as a surprise to you that the DPP gets special treatment?
    Doesn’t he fit the profile of a mover, shaker and power broker in Bim? The fact of the matter is the backlog of cases ain’t that uncommon and quite frankly, it occured in this country quite regularly which mean that there is obviously a need for judicial reform both here in Barbados and elsewhere in the world.
    I sighted a case in New York City yesterday where a 16 year old kid was held for three years in city lock- up, for allegedly stealing a backpack, and two of those three years he was held in solitary confinement. Which is by all intents and purposes a serious violation of this kid constitutional right? So obviously, we have to revamp the judicial system in this area because it presents some challenges both here in Barbados and elsewhere in the world.

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  23. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 6:07 AM #

    Prodigal Son

    Reduce the incentive for criminality by avail the young people the necessary employment opportunity-which in term will alleviate the prison ppopulation that is obviously contributory to the backlog of cases.

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  24. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 7:12 AM #

    Dompey…you cannot compare the humongous justice system and population size between NYC and Barbados, NYSTATE has 20 million people, half if them criminals….it’s incomparable.

    Leacock sits on his lazy ass year after year, he does not have 500 homicides a week, he does not have one homicide a day for 365 days, he is lucky to have one a week. He dies nit have a raoe every 3 secinds, an assault every 5 minutes or a theft every 10 minutes.

    Barbados is still 166 sq miles with a population of 275,000 people, it has not grown in size or population in the 15 or so years DPP Leacock has been DPP …

    ……he is just lazy and refuses to do an honest days work for the taxpayer salary am sure he does not forget to draw down every month.

    That is the bottomline.

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  25. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 7:15 AM #

    Leacock as DPP does not have a rape on the island every 3 secinds, an assault every 5 minutes or a theft every 10 minutes to contend with…again, he is lazy, suffers from sloth and the illusions of his self importance. .

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  26. Pachamama October 20, 2016 at 7:20 AM #

    @ Well Well

    He is not lazy, per se

    If you knew this man you’ll know that he just doesn’t care.

    This is standard for all lawyers

    They are trained not to.

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  27. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 7:36 AM #

    That too Pacha. I came in too close contact with Leacock once years ago, made my skin crawl.

    I was once at a conference at a hotel where David Simmons, who was still chief justice was one of the featured speaker, again I came in too close contact with him and felt slimy and crawly for the balance of the conference, had to go take a shower.

    There is something nasty, slimy and crawly about all of them once they are given the pretentious titles and are funded monthly by taxpayers.

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  28. Pachamama October 20, 2016 at 9:50 AM #

    @ Well Well

    What is important to him now is getting a knighthood

    Being appointed a Supreme Court/ Appellant Judge after retirement in a few years.

    You really think a ‘small’ matter involving Kobia Robinson is of any importance, in comparison.

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  29. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 10:41 AM #

    What a tangled web Pacha.

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  30. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 11:07 AM #

    Well Well

    It sounds like you have a crush on DPP? I know from little life experience that any woman who professes to dislike a man actually likes him, and on the other hand, a woman who professes openly to like a man usually ends up friend zoning him.

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  31. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 11:13 AM #

    Dompey….you got this whole thing upsude down..lol

    I did not say I disliked anyone, I said both DPP Leacock and David Simmons made my skin feel crawly, I have sensitive skin, the problem lies with them, not me.

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  32. Bush Tea October 20, 2016 at 11:13 AM #

    @ Dompey
    I know from little life experience that any woman who professes to dislike a man actually likes him, and on the other hand, a woman who professes openly to like a man usually ends up friend zoning him.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++
    Learnt that from the fire….?

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  33. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 11:45 AM #

    Bushie, during that fire I was equipped with the belt of Truth,the breastplate of righteousness, shoes of the gospel of peace, the shield of faith,helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit -which is in essence the full armor of God. But you still in your one room shack, with your wooden leg and marble eye, peeping at de young school girls. I really hope you change you Woofless ways before death arrenges your personal affairs Bushie.

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  34. Sunshine Sunny Shine October 20, 2016 at 12:06 PM #

    Is the Deputy Director of Prosecution a good man or a bad man? Is he showing preferential treatment towards certain cases, and flexing his power in others or what? I would think that since there is a backlog of court cases across every court in Barbados that the office of the DPP must be carefully examine to determine what is wrong before we throw the sickle in the crutch of Mr. Charles Leacock. I really do not see why the man’s nationality has to be an issue if he is doing shite or doing what is right. If the evidence shows clearly that he is made of the same stuff that makes most politicians in Barbados think they are above the law then it is time to cut down his grass and pull to shite up his roots. Other than that stop talking about the bloody mans nationality. Half of you on here, including me, migrated for a better life and enjoying it. Why the shite should he be subjected to the Guyanese shite talk all the time. If he is shite doer then you know he is firmly established because nothing happens to the high to do shite doers in Barbados. Stuuuuuuuuuupse.

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  35. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 12:12 PM #

    “Learnt that from the fire….?”

    Dompey…with all that talk am sure the female got half your money , the house and the children…lol

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  36. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 12:15 PM #

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/philip-green-stripped-of-knighthood-unanimous-mps-vote-bhs-latest-a7371836.html

    All of those title carrying frauds in Barbados, should be stripped down to reality.

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  37. Simple Simon October 20, 2016 at 12:16 PM #

    @Well Well & Consequences October 19, 2016 at 8:16 PM “Not in Barbados, so don’t hurt ya head…all private schools, smaller classes, there was no best and better schools and all the other unnecessary folly ya find on the island, there were options for gifted schools.”

    Can you explain for us the difference between a {Bajan] “best and better school” and an [American]] “gifted school” and why [the Bajan] one is folly and the other [American] is not?

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  38. Simple Simon October 20, 2016 at 12:31 PM #

    @Prodigal Son October 19, 2016 at 11:11 PM “I saw him in the BRA office this morning around 10.30 when he should at his desk.”

    A Simple Response: Since BRA’s offices are only open during regular opening hours (approximately 7:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.) and since taxes cannot be paid except during regular working hours when they is the DPP supposed to pay his taxes. Your concern should be why in 2016 should ANYBODY have to stand in line to pay their taxes. Why can’t we ALL pay online.

    @Prodigal Son October 19, 2016 at 11:11 PM “Obviously a man in his position does not join a long line so he was ushered inside to do his business.”

    A Simple Response: If he was ushered inside in order to be served quickly so that he could get back to his important job you complain. If he is made to wait in line then you complain that he should be at his desk.

    The poor man is damned if he does, and damned if he does not.

    Since you Prodigal is an influential BLPite can you tell us what are the BLP’s plans for improving the efficiency of the Barbados Revenue Authority?

    Because we are all tired of standing in BRA’s long slow lines.

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  39. Simple Simon October 20, 2016 at 12:42 PM #

    @Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 7:12 AM “Dompey…you cannot compare the humongous justice system and population size between NYC and Barbados, NYSTATE has 20 million people.”

    The correct comparison would be how many prosecutors does New York have per 100,000 people; and how many prosecutors does Barbados have per 100,000 people.

    it may well be that Barbados’ DPP’s office is understaffed.

    In maybe that our DPP’s office is much more careful than prosecutors’ offices in New York…so that we do not get the egregious miscarriages of justice such as that cited by Dompey, where a 16 year old was unjustly detained for 3 years, not accused of murder, but accused of stealing a $20 haversack (and who as a result of that TORTURE, including a prolonged of solitary confinement) subsequently committed suicide.

    Let she who is without sin cast the first stone.

    I do not know the DPP, I’ve never met the man.

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  40. David October 20, 2016 at 12:51 PM #

    Agree with you Simple. Nothing wrong with giving the DPP preferential treatment. Ordinary Bajans on a daily basis receive said preferential service because they are related to BRA employees.

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  41. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 1:31 PM #

    Well Well

    Trust me I understand the feminine and masculine polarity quite well, and probably could teach you a thing or two regarding your nature and a thing of which most females are in denial of.

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  42. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI October 20, 2016 at 1:35 PM #

    @ The Honourable Blogmaster

    One of the things that surfaced conclusively from the IDB Webinar on Crime in the Region is the paucity of data.

    I was wondering about the title of this article since i felt that the DPP had been found Guilty like the Minister of Edykashun WeJonesing was found guilty of driving without a license recently. (see IMGUR Image below)

    I mean, WITH ALL OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE ACCESS TO THE RECORDS OF CASES THAT ARE LANGUISHING IN OUR COURT SYSTEM, surely someone can provide you with “a dump of all of the files” sorry, maybe a file could drop off a truck showing all the files, that are say 10 years old which have not been actioned in our courts.

    That would at least be a “begin point” to highlight the status of the cases and of those which cases our DPP has or has not handled expeditiously, “irregardless” (credit Jeff Cumberbatch) of his Nationality.

    And befo wunna loose de xenophobia dogs pun de ole man, i wants wunna to know dat i is partial to de dugulas ladies dem so watch wunna step please!!!

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  43. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 1:58 PM #

    Simple Simon

    I’ve often heard the agrument that you can compare Barbados to America in anywhere because of the share size of the American population and that of Barbados. But is that argument plausible when examine under the barometer of statistics? quite recently Jamaica considered the most violent society in terms of its murder rate in the western hemisphere, yet Jamaica has a population of 2.8 million people, and America has a population of some 300 million people. is even more shocking with your analysis is the fact that Barbados with a population of some 284,644 people it’s often compared to Jamaica 2.8 billion people.

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  44. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 1:58 PM #

    Dompey…next you will be telling me what deodorant I wear, without having ever seen me…lol

    Simple…the correct comparision would be to compare the rates of homicides per day or per year and the turn over time to understand why 1 DPP with an office staffed by people on a 2×4 island with 275,000 people, am sure there will be more than 10 people in his office, on an island where the homicide rate is more like 2 deaths a month, give or take, cannot prepare and oresent a file in 3 years to start a case.

    I never took a bribe in mu life…so I can throw stones all frigging day..lol

    There is no comparison to a city with 10 million people on any given day and a homicide rate of …view the map rate and statistics..

    http://ow.ly/LM5z305ntww

    Only a nut job would want to compare Barbados to this.

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  45. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 2:02 PM #

    Now if Simple could provide me with a rates and statistics map for crime in Barbados, then she can be taken seriously. ..you too Dompey.

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  46. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 2:04 PM #

    Simple Simon

    So you’re telling me that cannot compare the judicial system of Barbados to that of Jamaica because of the share size of the population?

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  47. Dompey October 20, 2016 at 2:13 PM #

    Well Well

    So you’re saying though dislike certain qualities in the DPP, if he ask you out on a date you would oblige?

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  48. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 2:20 PM #

    Dompey.., ya reverting to ya voyeur wsys, if DPP Leacock crawks my skin as I experienced already, now why would I even consider going on a date with him, just the thought would crawl my skin all over again.

    You do not listen well Dompey. ..I guess nothing crawls your skin.

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  49. David October 20, 2016 at 2:36 PM #

    As we approach the general election information will be forthcoming.

    Until such time we find the DPP guilty.

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  50. Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right - INRI October 20, 2016 at 3:29 PM #

    @ The Honourable Blogmaster

    I see that you continue to be busy lolololol.

    Thank the Lawd for those errant trucks with items that fall off.

    Lolol

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  51. Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 4:40 PM #

    The DPPs office is just a glorified law firm, if Leacock and the lawyers and their assistants in his office would do their jobs, the job would get done and the logjam reduced.

    They do no work for their money…the bullshit titles got them steeped in sloth.

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  52. Pachamama October 20, 2016 at 6:03 PM #

    @ David

    We have our difference from time to time

    But on this matter we applaud your resoluteness.

    Of course, you stop short of the guillotine, LOL

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  53. Gabriel October 20, 2016 at 9:20 PM #

    Errol Barrow had a long memory.He did not forget and his famous dictate…the lord gives and the lord takes away….uttered in later years,was actuated in the early 60’s just after the election of ’61.Stoby of the high court and Lopez of the airport apparently did not find comfort in the result of that election.Stuart is no Barrow,so Leacock will continue to approve the arrest and detention and lay false charges against citizens like Philip Nicholls and get away with it.Stuart is no Adams,so don’t expect any action whatsoever in dealing with the disaster that is the DPP office.Stuart is no Bree St John,so Leacock can sleep at night while justice is beyond the reach of the average man in the street.Barbados gone to the dogs under Stuart.
    It was so sad to hear the plight of a citizen today on Brasstacks complaining to Dennis Johnson that her cataract surgery has been postponed 3 times without so much as an explanation.If what she said is true it’s another indictment of the folly of spending $7million to feed the fatted calf brigade while citizens are going blind for lack of attention at the QEH.

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  54. Dompey October 21, 2016 at 4:14 AM #

    Gabriel
    My younger brother there in Barbados told me that during the recent storm/hurricane Prime Minister Staurt was overseas attending business, but he said those words as though he was missing his father the protector.

    And this got me thinking about the Barbadian populace who thinks that government is and should be the solution to all of they problems, but if democracy is to run its course as intended the oversight of government should be at it minimum.

    Nevertheless, the attitude of the people of Barbados puts me in the mind of a woman who claims deep down that she cherish her independence and her right to conscience as for as a man is concerned, but what she really and won’t care to admit it the fact that she wants a strong confidence man to lead her, no matter have much she claims she like the nice guy image. Who by the way she view as weak and a big killer of attraction.

    And to concluded: the people of Barbados must take the initiative to do more for themselves instead of bitchin and moaning about every little miscalculation on the part of government.

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  55. Dompey October 21, 2016 at 6:18 AM #

    Gabriel what are you doing rather than flapping your gums regarding the incompetency of the ruling government?

    Do you not think that there is something you can do rather then running off your grill about the failure of government to address the very important issues which affects the average Barbadian?

    Can you at least hold up a sign in Bridgetown to demonstrate your protest against the alleged incompetency,the improprieties and irregularities of the ruling government rather than articulate your protest through the medium of social media? which by the way has fallen on death ears because little has change from the nation’s perspective to demonstrate the dissatifaction with government in terms of collective social protest.

    Because let’s face it, one can argue with much confidence that social media has proven to be an ineffective tool to rally the collective conscience of the nation, against some off the alleged Injustices of the ruling Administration because Caswell Franklyn and others continue to bitch on social media weekly, and their efforts have proven ineffective in rallying the collective conscience of the nation against the alleged corruption of the ruling government.

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  56. Simple Simon October 21, 2016 at 11:36 AM #

    @Well Well & Consequences October 20, 2016 at 1:58 PM “I never took a bribe in mu life…so I can throw stones all frigging day..lol”

    I have never taken a bribe either.

    In fact people know so much know what I stand for that they never even offer me bribes.

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  57. Simple Simon October 21, 2016 at 11:41 AM #

    @Dompey October 21, 2016 at 4:14 AM “My younger brother there in Barbados told me that during the recent storm/hurricane Prime Minister Staurt was overseas attending business, but he said those words as though he was missing his father the protector.”

    Dompey you lil’ brother really want the Lord (and i don’t mean Freundel Stuart)

    Lolll!!!

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  58. Georgie Porgie October 21, 2016 at 12:38 PM #

    @SIMPLE SIMON

    YOU WILL APPRECIATE THIS RARE CASE

    EARLIER THIS YEAR A MEDICAL ILLITERATE ON BU OUGHT TO CHALLENGE ME WHEN I POSITED AN OPINION ABOUT TWO CASES OF WOMEN HAVING TO HAVE CAESAREAN SECTIONS AT THE QEH

    THERE WAS ANOTHER FEMALE JACKAS THAT JOINED HIM, WHO HAS SINCE DEPARTED WITH HER TAIL BETWEEN HER LEGS

    HERE IS AN INTERESTING CASE FROM 4O YEAR AGO CONDUCTED BY ONE OF THE UWI STALWART WHO ESTABLISHED THE UWI OBSTETRICS PROGRAM AT QEH AS REPORTED BY A CLASSMATE ON THE DEATH OF THE DEAR DR/TEACHER

    If memory serves me well, it was with XXXXXX that we did a C.section on a young nurse in active but obstructed labour (strong uterine contractions, cervix 3 to 4 cm dilated, but unengaged head) only to find a full term abdominal pregnancy. This was a pre-ultrasound era.Think of it!
    A full term ectopic pregnancy in labour. Baby and mom did well….without antiobiotics or methotrexate or any other treatments for the placenta that was left in situ. It was quite the sight: an amnjotic sac in the abdomen with an healthy moving baby. The uterus was a postpartum size (at the umbilicus) and it was actvely contracting with nothing in it and the baby was happily floating around in the amniotic sac above the uterus. Incredible!

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  59. Well Well & Consequences October 21, 2016 at 12:50 PM #

    Nice GP..had a granddaughter born about 7 months ago, she and the sac came out fully intact, I always meant to ask, is that usual.

    I was too excited to ask those who delivered that night.

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  60. Georgie Porgie October 21, 2016 at 1:03 PM #

    YES

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  61. Dompey October 21, 2016 at 2:08 PM #

    Georgie Porgie

    Are you a general practitioner or may I ask: in what area of medicine are you specialize? My job brings me in close contact with doctors that specialize in different areas of Medicine, and I can say without much ambiguity, that many of them rarely speak in areas of medicine which they’re not specialized?

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  62. Well Well & Consequences October 21, 2016 at 2:16 PM #

    http://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/88271/beacon-court-workbench

    Is this the same case where the court foubn Beacon Insurance to be dishonest. None of these insurance companies have any scruples about lying to the court, lying on the claimants, just lying so as nit to pay compensation.

    If there was proper regulation or any regulation of these insurance compsnies in Barbados, they could never create these ongoing delays that results in backlog in the court system, why is a case that was already in court going back there.

    The insurance companies never seem to want the cases to end, wasting time and money instead of bringing closure, just like the DPP Leacock and his lazy office, refuse to update and close cases.

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  63. Well Well & Consequences October 22, 2016 at 7:41 AM #

    https://nakeddeparture.com/2016/10/19/roger-hill-of-nassco-limited/

    Does anyone remember the days about three years ago when I expressed concern about how lawyers in Barbados were treating their clients, how insurance companies were using people on the island to enrich themselves, especially CGI Insurance…without paying out any money to the injured, not even their own policyholders. ..their customers.

    I was labelled as hating lawyers, all of them, but it was very clear that there was something fundamentally wrong when the owner of CGI refuses to pay injured people compensation, despite proof of injury, despite liability shown without a doubt.

    The destruction of equity in the Transport Board, owned by the state, funded by taxpayers, should have been a huge red flag for the corrupt greedy government ministers and politicians to take the taxpayer cpntract from CGI and Peter Harris, well they will pay the price for their greed and uncaring bighted attitudes toward the majority.

    There are 2 blogs now going exposing everything on the island, lawyers are being held up to ridicule by those who employ them, whom they respect and admire, who they disadvantage their own people for, the corruption, thefts, destruction of people’s lives perpetrated by criminals pretending to be business people protected by the government….all exposed and being shared to everyone on the island.

    The 2 blogs have been going for days, a cuss out of massive proportions. , it’s all coming straight out of the horses mouth.

    What entertainment. ..lol, hahaha, lol, hahaha. Lol

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  64. Dompey October 22, 2016 at 8:34 AM #

    Georgie Porgie

    What kind of a doctor are you? And what area of medicine do you call home? GP, you speak as though you’re a neurologist conducting cardiac surgery? I’ve never heard of a versatile doctor in all my years of associated with the healthcare industry here? I have listened to you speak on topics :of Cardiology, endocrinology, neurology Pediatrics, oncology, Gastroenterology, Podiatry, gynecology and many more areas of medicine.

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  65. Georgie Porgie October 22, 2016 at 8:39 AM #

    RE I’ve never heard of a versatile doctor in all my years of associated with the healthcare industry here
    WELL NOW YOU HAVE FOOL!
    SEEMS WE ARE TRAINED BETTER IN THE BRITISH SYSTEM

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  66. Dompey October 22, 2016 at 10:02 AM #

    Georgie Porgie

    Of course you’re trained much better in the British medical system? And that is the primary reason why people from Europe, Canada, the Caribbean and elsewhere in the world, whom are dying off cancer and many life threatening illnesses, come to the sub-standard American Healthcare System for care?

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  67. Georgie Porgie October 22, 2016 at 10:08 AM #

    DOMPEY
    GO AND FIND OUT WHAT DPP LEACOCK HAS BEEN FOUND GUILTY OF DOING
    SEE IF YOU CAN ASCERTAIN WHICH JUDGE HE APPEARED BEFORE AND IN WHICH COURT
    HA HE BEEN SENTENCED?

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  68. Dompey October 22, 2016 at 10:12 AM #

    Georgie Porgie

    Let me ask you this question since the British has a Health Care System that is second to none: why is it that when you’re suffering with cancer that America is regarded as the place you want to be, since the British has the elite system of care?

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  69. Well Well & Consequences October 22, 2016 at 11:52 AM #

    Looks like someone just got offered a bribe to shut up and refused…lol, hahaha, lol

    Live ongoing entertainment, names are being called left and right. .lol

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  70. charles skeete November 3, 2016 at 3:52 AM #

    “Dompey October 19, 2016 at 6:03 PM #

    Well Well

    I also know for fact that the BLP is involved in voting buying because in my youthful ignorance, I was an recipient of some of the money given out by the former Minister of Tourism Aaron Truss, whose office was located on Roebuck Street in the early 80s.”

    and did you vote for Mr Truss? because youthful exuberance like ignorance of the law is no excuse for breaking the law.

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  71. David November 21, 2016 at 1:53 PM #

    BU suspected as much would have occured.

     

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