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The mayor of Castries Peterson Francis is urging saint lucians to give up the criminal elements in their midst to the police. His plea for greater support for law enforcement, comes amid a rash of armed robberies in saint Lucia over the past few months.
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The fatal shooting of Miguel Edward alias “mad max” at the hands of Saint Lucia police is generating debate among those who support the police action and others who oppose it. but, the host of straight up Claudius Francis – a well known supporter of the police says the force may not have handled fall …
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Senator Hermangild Francis has defended the government’s commitment to the police force. Francis in a wide ranging interview ahead of Thursday’s senate’s sitting, says in the context of the challenges confronting the government, it is doing a great job with the police force.
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As the end of October draws nearer, Joanna Joseph, the mother of 17-year-old Arnold Joseph who was fatality shot by police on May 22, leaves the island to return to work. Police said Arnold was one of three passengers aboard a “suspicious vehicle” that failed to stop when ordered to. Speaking to the STAR earlier this month, Arnold’s mother said it made no sense sticking around when the authorities refuse to entertain her concerns.

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Saint Lucia’s National Security Minister Hermangild Francis says he is happy with the verdict in the Amber Guyger murder trial and pleased that the parents of Botham Jean got justice. “As a government official again I  wouldn’t want to make any pronouncements as to what really happened but I am very sympathetic- very happy for […]

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A word of caution from the minister for national security and home affairs Senator Hermandgild Francis. Francis who is back at work following a long leave of absence for medical reasons, says both the police and the public must work at building trust.  
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