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JUSTICE FOR BOTHAM

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What’s good for the Goose is Good for the Gander. That’s according to Lee Merritt, one of the Attorneys representing the family of Botham Jean. Lee Merritt describes  as “hypocritical’ , that the United States slapped  sanctions on Saint Lucia for failing to prosecute police officers over alleged extrajudicial killings between 2010 and 2011. Merritt believes that other nations should be condemning what he called- an out of control police culture in America. Then US Civil Rights Attorney believes that America has a difficult time accepting it’s own flaws. He has welcomed statements from OECS Chairman and Vincentian Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves and Saint Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on the Botham Jean killing. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports

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Examining reports of SLP Candidate allegedly “storming” Forestierre Church.

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Reports surfaced over the weekend that the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s Southeast Castries candidate allegedly stormed a church in the constituency in an attempt to confront his opponent. In this Truth vs. Truth Special report, Senior Correspondent Miguel Fevrier compares the initial accounts of the incident with that of some of the players involved.

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Police seeking assistance from public in identifying a young female whose body was discovered today

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URGENT: Your help is needed.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is seeking the assistance of the general public in identifying a young female whose body was discovered today, January 23, 2021, at Pigeon Island, Gros Islet. Anyone who has a family member, loved one, or person known to them, who has been missing for about one week, and has failed to make a report to the police, is asked to contact the Gros Islet Police Station at 456-3830, or the Police Emergency Line. Anyone with information regarding her possible identity can do so anonymously via telephone, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force’s social media platforms or email publicrelations.rslpf@gmail.com.

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Saint Lucians protest CABOT Development

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Hundreds of Saint Lucians converged on the Cas en Bas Beach Sunday afternoon in support of a business owner who will be displaced when the Cabot (St. Lucia) golf resort project takes flight. However what was supposed to be a small lime, turned into a carnival-like atmosphere when police arrived on the scene. Miguel Fevrier was there, and has the details in this report.

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