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RSLPF Retraction & Apology Over Homicide Report

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force wishes to apologise and retract a press release which incorrectly indicated that twenty-five (25) year old Nyiam  Callendar of Marc has succumbed following a shooting on Thursday about 10:15 p.m. at Marc, Bexon.

Two other males sustained injuries as a result of the incident.

In our Press release we stated that on Friday May 12, 2023 Officers were informed by a medical practitioner that Nyiam Callender succumbed.

One Man Dead, Two Others Injured After Bexon Shooting

However, we have confirmed that this information is incorrect and Nyiam Callender is alive and listed in critical condition at a medical facility.

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force  apologises unreservedly for the error and for the obvious distress the incorrect report would have caused to his loved ones and friends.

SOURCE: Royal Saint Lucia Police Force

 

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. You see, the police apologized but Chastanet referred to Gifta a “non entity ” and refused to apologized. Chas we are waiting for you.

  2. This is so sad and unfortunate
    That can cause serious distress for both party’s families.
    A Law Suite perhaps 🤔
    With so much hardship in the less than 2 yrs.This malware Googoovanment in power it is mind-boggling that so called intellectuals are lauding and blaming the former PM for everything under the sun ..including the heat wave we are currently experiencing. Man I say we EVIL 😈

  3. urll make fellas say rip and d man family deh crying all n now deh is mistake chpz gasa

  4. everyone make mistakes but it takes a mannerly person to say “i am sorry” however it should not recurred because things of this nature should follow conformity protocols, but clearly the PR didn’t do such a thing.

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