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One dead in Nelson Street stabbing

One man is dead following a stabbing on Nelson Street last night.

Barbados TODAY understands that the incident, which occurred at Zanzi Bar on around 11:00 p.m., resulted in the death of bar employee Christopher Callender of Princess Royal Avenue, the Pine, St Michael.

Two other men suffered stab wounds – Peter Jordan, also of Princess Royal Avenue, The Pine, is reported to be in serious condition at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, while Rico Eugene of King William Street, the City, is also being treated for stab wounds.

15 Responses to One dead in Nelson Street stabbing

  1. Queenie ShaSha
    Queenie ShaSha August 23, 2015 at 10:59 am

    Undertakers gettin lots of work…

  2. Pat Burrowes Speede Puckerin
    Pat Burrowes Speede Puckerin August 23, 2015 at 11:07 am

    Black ppl so ignorant, d white ppl ain’t killing we out fast enough so we have to help them, smh….i dont care who vex that i say so….it is reality!

    • Sharon Woolley
      Sharon Woolley August 24, 2015 at 3:08 am

      @Pat what racist crap, thank God all Bajans ae not so ignorant as you

    • Maria Leclair
      Maria Leclair August 24, 2015 at 5:37 am

      Pat Burrows you have proven my point. I’ve been expressing the need for people to, stop playing the blame game, playing the racist card and take responsibility for their actions. You are a clear example of part of the problem.

    • Maria Leclair
      Maria Leclair August 24, 2015 at 6:04 am

      Furthermore Pat you do not make me made, you make me sad. Sad for the anger you must have within you and the wrong you are doing to others who you teach your hate to. Hopefully you have no children because if you do, they are doomed.

  3. Michael Crichlow
    Michael Crichlow August 23, 2015 at 11:46 am

    Human conflict has been going on centuries. .it is neither ethic or cultural .just human

  4. Melissa S Rollins
    Melissa S Rollins August 23, 2015 at 11:53 am

    The family break down is part of some of the issues we are having! Manners, gone! You are rude & disrespectful to your elders but when Jimmy in 3rd form cussing & getting kicked out of school you want to know how he get so!Jimmy brings home a pencil that you know you did not buy. But instead of scolding him & marching his butt to take it back you say zip! So he continues next thing you know he is 16 & on a robbery charge! You have a 5yr old watching pg 13 & up films & playing all kinds of games but they are quiet so you dont care! Their little minds although smart are still little & soon they are mimicking the violence they are seeing! People really need to wake up!! We as mums, dads, aunts etc need to get back to loving, talking & disciplining our children! As Cheryl said go back God!! Back to knowing who your childrens friends are & where they are!
    As a society we need to take responsibility its not just the police or customs job!! Dont let these idiots take over this island!! Be your brothers keeper, help one another & pray,keep God close!!

  5. jrsmith August 23, 2015 at 12:27 pm

    The hood, the ghetto, we are there, uncle Sam territory, we have it, we need to deal with it.not a punch up anymore in Barbados, bam ,bam, its all out to murder, going for the kill, knife or gun.

    We need in Barbados , a 40 year term for murder, this we must try, if the need arise whole term, without parole. we need a special prison for murders, with walls high enough, the only thing the murders can see is an aircraft flying over head,23 hours a day solitary confinement . Barbados management LTD must at least try something.

  6. Suzette Clarke
    Suzette Clarke August 23, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    Exactly. We all have choices to make. No one can force us to do anything.

  7. Alex Alleyne August 23, 2015 at 4:40 pm

    The Top Cop spoke about the GUNS on the street , so the rude boys rest them for now and brought out the KNIVES.

  8. I-Shida Garner
    I-Shida Garner August 23, 2015 at 4:57 pm

    Some of you all bajans real sickening though every ass that happen does be cause of the parents that time the parents does do everything in them will to make things right. Why the ass you all don’t wipe the glaze from you all eyes. Let me help you all some of these daily TV shows, some of these video games, socialising with the wrong crowd to name a few and one of the biggest problems to UNEMPLOYMENT.

  9. sheila mcintosh August 23, 2015 at 6:58 pm

    Tourism brings money in, but manyc people to come the islands with schemes to destroy the islands with guns and drugs, islanders who have not travelled are kind, accepting, and believing, when there was not a big tourist industry the land was safe, now there are so much people in Barbados it looks as if we will soon have to place boats in the ocean to live like the people in Signapore,those criminals run into the islands to get away from crime, they are living good lives, corrupting our youngsters to kill their own black brothers/or destroy them by addiction to drugs, government leaders stop the sale of Bajan properties to these exploiters, who donot care for your people


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