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A Saint Lucian national was fatally shot in Martinique on Saturday, local reports say. Martinique 1 Ere  identified the victim as JK, nicknamed “Lutchi”. The publication described him as the terror of the community where he was shot. It is alleged that he was involved in several criminal activities. According to media reports, the 27 […]

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CNN:-  Amber Guyger, the former Dallas police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Black man in his own apartment — saying she thought it was her own residence — has appealed her sentence. Guyger was convicted of murder last October and is serving a 10-year prison sentence. Her defense team says there was insufficient evidence […]

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Today, May 22, marks one year since the fatal police shooting of Arnold Joseph — a 17-year-old fifth form student of the Entrepot Secondary School. Last year, Arnold and two other individuals were travelling in a vehicle in Castries, which, the police said, failed to obey a command by police officers to stop. The police […]

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(BBC) – A gunman has opened fire in a church in Texas, fatally shooting two people before being killed by an armed member of the congregation. The gunman stood up from a pew at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, a suburb of Fort Worth, pulled out a shotgun and began firing. A ...

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December is widely considered the month of great cheer, when families and friends come together in celebration of the Christ birth and the approaching New Year. Not the family of 17-year-old Arnold Joseph, however. The fifth-form student was fatally shot by police officers on May 22, 2019 and, nearly seven months later, the cries for justice from his relatives, friends and concerned citizens continue to fall on deaf ears. Castries police claim they ordered the driver of a suspect vehicle to stop, to no avail. For unexplained reasons the police opened fire. Arnold was one of three aboard the vehicle.

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Miguel Edward, alias ‘Max Max’, was on bail for robbery with a firearm at the time when he was fatally shot by police last week, it has been disclosed. Police spokeswoman Anne Joseph told reporters Tuesday that the matter was before the courts. Joseph made the disclosure while seeking to dispel ‘rumours’ relating to the […]

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Saint Lucia police say they had received several reports about Miguel Edward, alias ‘Mad Max’ Friday night, before he was fatally shot Saturday afternoon by lawmen. Among the reports received, according to one source, was that the suspect tried to rob a male individual at gunpoint in Gros Islet Friday night. “Grand Riviere residents said […]

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Where is the justice!” This was the desperate cry from Joanna Joseph this week, speaking on the death of her 17-year-old son Arnold Joseph. On May 22, Arnold was fatally shot by police who claimed the driver of a “suspicious vehicle” in which he was a passenger had failed to obey a command to stop.

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