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Mask Armed Men Rob Bus Driver at Gunpoint

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Castries Gros-Islet Mini Bus Operators have again called for the implementation of a cashless system after a driver was robbed by masks gunmen. The incident occurred at the corner of Darling Road on Wednesday, October 21st.

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Human Rights Attorneys weigh in on cop accused of murder assigned to duty

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Human Rights Attorney Martinus Francois has described the decision taken by Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry as “setting a bad precedence” Both Francois and Mary Francis, Human rights Attorneys, have raised concern regarding the case Mitchel Vitalis returning to work at the RSLPF while facing murder charges.

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COMMISSIONER MONCHERRY EXPLAINS DECISION TO KEEP MURDER ACCUSED POLICE OFFICER ON DUTY

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Was Commissioner Moncherry’s controversial decision to keep police officer Mitchel Vitalis motivated by money? The top cop explained to MBC Prime, Saint Lucian tax payers could be liable to foot the accumulating wage bills for implicated police officers who are either acquitted or win a ‘not guilty’ verdict after lengthy trials. As it stands, the State is legally required to continue paying the salaries of law enforcement officers who are on suspension or seconded due to criminal investigations. Commissioner Moncherry says it’s time for legislators to review that policy.

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