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Police Probe Vieux Fort Chopping


Police are investigating a chopping incident in Augier, Vieux Fort, where a man sustained severe lacerations to his feet on Monday.

The incident is believed to have been the latest development in a long-running feud.

According to reports, the attacker is known to the victim.

Emergency responders from the Vieux Fort fire station received a call for assistance at about 6:22 pm and transported the victim to St. Jude Hospital.

There are no further details at present.

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  1. People we need to control our anger, we are human beings. Do not look at you brother and chopped him. He has a mother and family too. So as this happened are you happy now ? Are your relatives happy ? Of course no. So where are you now? Can you afford your bail? . Good over evil people , light over darkness, love over hate. Show love , give love make love . One love ppl . All lives matters.

  2. Maybe he was charged for illegal and a magistrate give him a license to go some more crime of different kind. Lol.

  3. People are frustrated with the judiciary system or is there any? The police would rather sit at their desks & do nothing. The courts are clogged with cases. Good folks are abused by bad people. It’s like the insane is running the aslym !

  4. @ Anonymous, very accurate statements. The judicial system is nonexistent in St. Lucia, and, as a result, people resort to vigilante justice. In all honesty, we live in an uncivilized society in St. Lucia. People can take your possessions at will and the courts will do almost nothing. If for example you get assaulted by a criminal 99.99% of the time that perpetrator will not be apprehended. Can we continue to live in such a lawless society? El Salvador was as lawless as St. Lucia but the new president cleaned it up within one year. Over 65,000 people from the gang MS-13 were tried and incarcerated. Now people can walk the streets freely. We must put tribal politics aside and pressure the government to bring about meaningful changes to our land.



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