Monday, December 17, 2018

‘Fat Boy’ Shot Dead In Castries

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A male individual, identified so far only by his alias ‘Fat Boy’, was gunned down near the Adelaide and Francis Memorial Home, Cedars, Castries Thursday afternoon.

Eyewitnesses told St Lucia Times that the incident occurred about 2.00 PM.

According to reports, ‘Fat Boy’was in the company of two other males when a vehicle pulled up and its occupants opened fire.

It was reported that the two ran and the deceased was hit by multiple gunshots.

A person who was on the scene told St Lucia Times that it appeared as though ‘Fat Boy’ was the one targetted in the drive by shooting.

Police are investigating.

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31 COMMENTS

  1. US vacationer st. Lucia is not safe people get robbed at gun point every week and nothing is being done endless murderers are at large and not being arrested. The govermement fighting the police so they demotivated the few good cops not doing anything and the rest of them corrupt so dont waste your time

  2. Bar patron you are cracking me up this morning my day yesterday wasn’t so bright but you start my day off in joy thanks for that God bless you

  3. Wah …. fatboy eh see Christmas… i mean… you coulda wait for january to die ofcourse… not in the mouth of christmas der….

  4. foolish fool has some good ideas but it doesn’t allow any room for a guy like me who enjoys my beer,and just want to know with all these guns out there,half of them went through(fat boy)with all these cops who were paid off by(fat boy),now you don’t know if you can walk from the pub drunk without being shot by a bad gun from(fat boy).

  5. Truth is
    we the public encourage it most of all caus we see stuff happen and say nothing keep a lot of criminal friends caused it makes us look cool and fens of the rest hence enabling them and continuing the cycle that makes us accessories and that unbecoming in any proper society.

    • Well said misty,but don’t forget us little guys who love our beer,and want to know all guns out there are legal,and didn’t go through(fat boy)

  6. cops were paid off,so he got away with it for a long time,I’m more concerned about getting home from bar after night of heavy drinking without being shot by some of those bad scrubbed guns

  7. “However if were are going point fingers on who is responsible for the state of uneasy within the police force, especially when it comes to IMPAC then look no further than Kenny D. Anthony. He ran to the Americans giving all kinds of bogus information and then address the nation on national TV stating he saw and is in possession of a hit list put together by the police.”

    Was it “IMPAC” that killed the 12 citizens? And if it was, was it not a politician hoping to get in who promised to MAKE US SAFE because the one who was there didn’t, couldn’t and so HE WOULD????

  8. Most profound sympathy to the grieving relatives and friends of the deceased. The government, YES, the government is an abysmal failure in putting adequate measures in place to minimize crime. A government’s main priority is the safety and protection of its people from all harm and danger. No one is claiming that government can wave a magic wand and stop all crimes. Only an ignorant person will think that way. However, government MUST shoulder most of the blame for doing very little, if anything meaningful, to reduce crime . Japan has one of the lowest murder rates in the world due to its strict gun laws and its policing strategies. That’s government working for the people. The Minister of National Security should be fired with immediacy and the Chastanet’s administration drag over red hot coals for their spectacular incompetence.

    • I have worked and lived in Japan, you are correct in what you say, but their society is one of respect for others this is instilled in the children from very young, going a long way to making respectable adults and in turn a safer society. It really does start in the home.

      • 100% correct! Everything starts in the home. The home is the most important instituting in any society. If the home is dysfunctional the whole of society becomes dysfunctional. Government though has to take a leadership role in curbing the many incidents of criminal activities. This present administration is tone deaf and apparently impotent or just doesn’t care. The National Security Minister should be sacked forthrightly. He’s completely incompetent. Instead of providing leadership he’s completely demoralizing the entire Police Force. To be brutally honest, the whole administration is clueless.

  9. fat boy was notorious in south part of Adelaide as black market gun runner,numbers were always scrubbed,you knew what you were paying cash for. but several bad ar15 crossed hands it was bound to happen sooner or later.

  10. Y’all and “government should not be blamed” nonsense! When crime is down, they will take credit for it; so, when it’s up shouldn’t they be blamed? Of course they should be!

  11. Breacher u r so corrrect no Gov can’t dtop crime ….show me a country dat dosen’t have crime and i’ll show u a person without sin.wat we really need is gettin closer wit God through prayers.

  12. Lol why do idiots continually act like those in power can just magically stop all crime? They could clamp down but crime will always be around, it’s as simple as that.

    • MR Zabo as grown folks in society it’s time wake up and behave like adults! Do we need politicians to tell us what is right and wrong, how to raise our kids, how to be proponents of equal rights? lets take the mantle and speak up! stop supporting criminal behavior and change ourselves.

      • I agree they should do something and do it quickly. If politicans can take credit for a growing economy then they should take responsibility for out of control criminal acts. However if were are going point fingers on who is responsible for the state of uneasy within the police force, especially when it comes to IMPAC then look no further than Kenny D. Anthony. He ran to the Americans giving all kinds of bogus information and then address the nation on national TV stating he saw and is in possession of a hit list put together by the police. All that for narrow political gain.

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