Man Hospitalised After Monchy Shooting

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Police are investigating a shooting incident at Monchy, Gros Islet, which has left one man, believed to be in his early thirties, in hospital nursing gunshot injuries.

According to reports, the shooting occurred about 8:00 pm in an isolated area, but the victim was able to make his way to a house to seek help.

An ambulance later transported him to the hospital.

There are no further details at this time.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. A Godless & Lawless generation, what do you expect; it starts from the home(if any) without a working father around, a struggling Mom, kids left alone, I could go on; the situation in all the Islands is the same. Sadly it is worse in Haiti.(Haiti the home of Demons of every description)sadly enough. To turn your back from the Living God, to seek help from the dark sources, you invite into your being, Demons. Demons within you to control your thoughts, thoughts of evil; then on the Block there are many like you, worse than you, unsuspected not yet arrested killers, a breeding ground, one talk to and influence many – ‘he is the big guy on the Block’ don’t cross him, you better do what he says, or else; there is no loyalty among thieves, murderers, the Demon possessed etc.
    THE ONLY ANSWER:- FOR THE PRECHERS, PASTORS ETC. TO GO OUT TO MEET THESE SOULS, KINDLY APPROACH AND TALK TO THEM – PREACH THE CROSS – PREACH JESUS.

  2. I think its gone past time but we need to think about a program to go to the communities to talk to the young men. Educate them about the consequence and how to respect life. I think that would be a great opportunity for the tourism minister. During covid i heard him talk about the boys on the block when he was pleading for a seat. Now is time to give back to the boys on the block in a serious way. It affects not only us st lucians but the tourism sector also. Minister make time and go listen to the boys on the block. You might not save all but you will save a few. One life lost is too many. We need to explore all avenues. I hope yall do yall job and desl with the crime problem.

    • What programme will inacted for Lazy Guys on the Block with No parential Guidance .Most of these Young persons Sitting on the Block are Worthless and Lazy .If you carry out a Survey in St.Lucia the Security Companies have Over 70% of Women employed .Why

      • Exactly. Boys on the block want to be on the block and cause trouble. You can freely assemble anywhere yet you choose to assemble in the place with drugs, alcohol, gangsta life glorification. Why not assemble on the football pitch, cricket field or beach?

      • Working as a security does not pay well and the hours are long with wages as low as 2 dollars an hour

    • What is failing us – is honesty! When they needed us they will pour milk at your feet when they get your power the abuse it simply. It is quite a obnoxious thing to deal with realistically¬¨!

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