Police investigate murder

Police are investigating the fatal shooting of 40-year-old Orwin Moore of Water Street, Christ Church.
Moore was shot multiple times at Cane Vale in the same parish around 8:20 p.m.
He was rushed to hospital but subsequently succumbed to his injuries.
(more details as they come to hand)

12 Responses to Police investigate murder

  1. Shawn August 20, 2017 at 10:59 pm

    It’s really getting out of hands here in Barbados.

  2. Janis Taylor August 21, 2017 at 12:24 am

    These events are just like taking your vitamins….ONE A DAY

  3. John Everatt August 21, 2017 at 1:15 am

    Geez something has to be done about these guns about here. I hear plenty of speeches from politicians but no one seems to want to say how these weapons are really getting in here. The unions say it is not through customs but is there any other way unless the odd fishing boat brings them in or maybe a pleasure yacht which are supposed to be searched by customs as well.

  4. Tony Webster August 21, 2017 at 5:43 am

    They come in here by drones. Human drones…one that can tek money, tek instructions from the Queen (or King) bee; do lots of “work”; fly in…swim in…but as we know, drones are not known for having lots of smarts; they have no brains…just ears, and muscles.. Amazing what drones can do. Yes, they live fast-paced lives, enjoy themselves for a while…and eventually die…to be replaced by more drones.

    That’s how the cou-cou crumbles. Hmmm.…we didn’t seem to have this problem, waaay back in the ‘fifties, and early sixties…

  5. Jennifer August 21, 2017 at 6:06 am

    Stay tuned as more come to hand.

    • Jennifer August 21, 2017 at 7:14 am

      Talk about making monkeys comfortable in a cage. They are comfortable, yeh. BUT THEY ARE STILL IN THE CAGE. The breath is necessary for the release.

  6. Carlisle Norville August 21, 2017 at 9:40 am

    At last de Attorney general has decided to do something ,now that we got a big problem on we hands( a wondering how he is going to stop custom officers that have been taking cocaine from captains on boats @ de harbour, & police that have they foot soldiers to sell cocaine for, them , he like he ain’t have a clue wa does go on in Barbados he putting on a show, this drug & gun problem much bigger than he think ( must congratulate him for making an effort)

  7. Anthony Prescott August 21, 2017 at 11:41 am

    Yes the AG & Co are talking as usual, everything in Bim is hushed up… they dont like to face reality but always comparing Bim to another country and satisfying themselves that they are equally as bad as the other, they not worried about being BETTER !! Everyone else is doing it …….

  8. Anthony Prescott August 21, 2017 at 11:49 am

    By the way, are we just in the habit of “body counting”… where are the investigations and facts behind these shootings. International News is more informed, at least their reports have a start and middled and an end…..Lazy and poor reporting

  9. milli watt August 21, 2017 at 3:56 pm

    wait that is ri ri next door in a pic making the sign of a gun……it is it is ri ri making the sign of a gun.

  10. jennifer August 21, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    You late with that observation. This is the basic of things which got this people so ingrunt. But who cares. Them like it so. Its a so called “celeb”

  11. BObo The Clown August 21, 2017 at 6:02 pm

    when one of these bullets that are etched with the name of an intended victim, happens to intentionally or not, finds its way into the heart of one of our Government officials,or a relative, who has adamantly denied the urgent gun related problems that have now engrossed this once serene and beautiful Island of ours. The ones that have tried to convince Barbadians (NOT OTHERS) that there is not an increase in crime in our Island over past years,they too will have a close up look at the devastation ,pain, and sadness that result from these senseless killings.
    There is no doubt that there are folk who have knowledge as to how these guns are entering Barbados and by who,when and where.A sting operation that is thought out properly would severely curtail these imports,not only get the main culprits but save innocent lives.
    If the AG can’t do the job ,(which he has proven he can’t or is unwilling to do) bring in a Scotland Yard or an FBI team for a year. (unknown to the general public) Give them full backing and access to move freely about the Island , remove the AG from Office . It can be done. Barbados is small enough that such a venture would help in the removal hundreds of these unregistered weapons in that time period. . Lets rid our Barbados of gun, gunrunners, and Criminal….Drug dealers.. Aiders and abettors ,once and for all.


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