Armed men raid office of DPP

breaking newsPolice are investigating an armed robbery which took place at the office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP).

The incident reportedly took place around 9:00 pm on Thursday at the office on Turkey Lane.

Reports are that two masked men with guns held a security officer at gunpoint, blindfolded her and escorted her to a bathroom before entering the office where files were stolen.

The office was also ransacked.

“I can confirm to you that I was contacted by the police and upon arrival at my chambers, the door was damaged and things were missing…no computers were stolen,” DPP Evelina Baptiste told DNO.

It is unknown which files were stolen and Baptiste said a review will be done during the course of the day to determine which ones were stolen.

DNO is  following this story and will provide updates as they become available.

In Dominica the function of the Office of the DPP, according to its website, are:

-To institute or undertake any criminal matter for and on behalf of the state against any person or authority and to discontinue the same against any person or authority.

  • Further the powers of the Director of Public Prosecutions Office is not subjected to or controlled by any person, body or authority as enshrine by the constitution of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Matters are investigated by the Police and passed on to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for advice and directives. This procedure is applied mainly in serious criminal matters.

-Matters are investigated by the Police and passed on to the office of Director of Public Prosecutions for advice and directives. This procedure is applied mainly in serious criminal matters.

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120 Comments

  1. Tony
    December 23, 2015

    Hello and good afternoon my people. Well if the State Prosecutor/ Attorney General can’t properly secure their files or Office how can the average business owner or home owner feel secure. I can’t believe they don’t have a security video system and an alarm system link to Police Headquarters for twenty hours monitoring. This is the top prosecutors office in the country who suppose to seek redress for our citizens who are victim of crimes and I hope they have duplicate paper files or computer files.

  2. Zor Bon La
    December 20, 2015

    But why go through all that trouble? Why steal files? When was the last time the DPP successfully try any criminal? No need.

  3. 4cuppeople
    December 19, 2015

    Top people are the lowest. :twisted:

  4. keepingitreal
    December 19, 2015

    next level

  5. UHURU
    December 19, 2015

    Dominicans have been “praying” for years and still nothing good happens !
    Wicked people never get brought to justice and prayers in times like now has no effect.
    Dominica’s medical and political issues will soon make Haiti look like paradise !
    Remember that the “good” slaves were always made to believe that the bible was really their salvation.

  6. The Real Facts
    December 19, 2015

    I was not thinking of this but it just crossed my mind. Would it have anything to do with those two policemen who did not show up at Court for their hearing? Food for thought.
    All telephones and cellulars should be checked out for relevant communications.

  7. The Real Facts
    December 19, 2015

    Documents at the DPP should be in a safe, under lock and key where thieves cannot get to them.
    These people are bold. Keep on heaping eternal burning coals on your heads. You will not escape God’s just judgment and recompense as you deserve.
    Our Lord Jesus Christ said, no one can hide from him. They will not be able to hide. He will find them all and mete out his just recompense to them. This is God’s justice.
    Therefore, if you think you are harming anyone, you are only harming yourself from here to eternity, Satan’s cauldron of everlasting fire.

    God created the world and all who and what is in it. He controls it. No one has more power than Him.
    You must return the stolen documents, apologize and show remorse. Then, you must ask God forgiveness in a humble manner with sincerity of heart.
    God knows your heart and if sincere or not. It is imperative that you make penance and sacrifice if you ever hope God will forgive you. Otherwise woe to you.

  8. What a joke
    December 19, 2015

    They will not know what files missing because Dominica lacks a proper system.

  9. Que Dot
    December 19, 2015

    In the process of elimination they don’t have to look far. Start with the files that were stolen and the defendants associated with those files. And you just might get lucky if the perpetrators are dumb enough to only take files associated with their case.

  10. Dominican to de Bone(F)
    December 19, 2015

    Its time to invest in CCTV, Intruder alarms and fire activation which will be link to the police station and fire station repectively . The is the technology of 2015 and the future. The criminals are one step of you people in Dominica …..so you need to invest in high tech; security system.. Both govermment and the private sector

  11. bigger
    December 18, 2015

    Just wondering if the Salisbury files missing? I have heard so much about Gon Emanuel case tell me didn’t he have lawyers representing him? how comes the case was heard on Q95 who were his lawyers? Gon is also a law person why are his lawyers silent? one can summise the defense has no case to answer

  12. mine
    December 18, 2015

    All the signs the Almighty is giving you all are getting it. He knows the evils deeds that are in our hearts, keep doing mischievious but the evil that we do lives with us.

  13. anonymous2
    December 18, 2015

    Next they will raid the police dept. Look for files of upcoming cases or cases involving govt. officials. Sounds like a professional job whose goal was to get rid of evidence or information and they knew what they were looking for. Aosl they knew that the ‘security’ could be easily eliminated.

  14. DominicanAtheist
    December 18, 2015

    Can all the people with the “Inside Job” ideology tell me at what point do you perceive this because you all make absolutely no sense. Why would the government have any reason to act against it’s own system that it set up??? I think this has to either do with some ex officer want pay back by stealing information, it could be some gang member that’s in jail that needs something done this could even be tied to those people who keep sending drugs into the jail or stupid people, at least something that doesn’t sound so outlandish!!!!!!!

    • DominicanAtheist
      December 18, 2015

      This is happening most likely because someone is about to get prosecuted and need information out of existence.

  15. huh
    December 18, 2015

    When will Dominicans get it? If you want things protected, if you want immediate police action, just say ‘I saw UWP people preparing a protest…” and before you blink all sort of squads, monitoring devices, etc. will be installed.

    We don’t care about providing good services in Dominica. We care about curtailing any affronts to our power. Anything to keep that very thick wool over the eyes and ears of the people.

    Remember, leadership is everything!

  16. December 18, 2015

    I smell a rat, sometimes last year registry keys was picked up by an unauthorized person, two days after passing law their law, DPP office was vandalized by mask men, and documents stolen, this is very very fishy, send for Scotland Yard, RCMP and FBI to investigate this one, them popo in Dominica too corrupt and instead yo be serbing and protecting, you have one on radio disrespecting those who oppose his master, I no longer trust police in Dominica, a few years aho I was threatened by one, it does not take a rocket scientist to see that is an inside job

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Then they are considered traitors. There is a chapter in the Book of Revelation which refers to these people.
      Those who are responsible will one day pay for it. We know God is not blind, deaf nor sleeping. They need to be reminded of it.

    • no name no warrant
      December 20, 2015

      mr. blackmoore I wonder who guns u will take dis time around…. and also which lawyer house will be searched.. I wonder about the commissioner and his orders…
      2015 and a regular security guarding a high profile area…the stronghold of criminal records….
      criminals get smarter and take their jobs serious and think way ahead….
      law enforcement believes that criminals wont knock on there doors…..
      time we do pre-crime rather than post crime

  17. odinn
    December 18, 2015

    Is D/ca really that backwards with respect to introduction of modern information technology and storage? Is all the data stored in cardboard boxes in the broom-cabinet? It is just to crazy to imagine that if a couple of guys forced their way in to the DPP office and stole a folder with important documents, probably criminalizing the fellows and containing important data, those guys have no criminal record today. It has been burned in the bush and no copy exists. Just to weird.

    • Donk
      December 18, 2015

      It is intentional by the powers that be to keep the system as backward and retarded as is. This has nothing to do with lack of resources.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      If so, they now learned a hard lesson of responsibility and safe-storage of legal documents. These files should be on the computer system. They probably have back-up files.
      Someone was aware about it and realized how easy it would be to pilfer the documents.

    • Discombobulated
      December 20, 2015

      You would be surprised. Backwards is being kind. If you go to banks and use paper to get money out, imagine how outdated the criminal system is. IT does not seem to be at the forefront of most things in dca. Plus, had they turned up the heat on criminals we would not be in this mess. Guns are everywhere and it is difficult for ordinary hard working citizens living in rural areas to get a conceal carry licence. Thugs just break into people homes and beat them for money. We need some serious patrols on this island

  18. Mitch
    December 18, 2015

    What s happening in my Burundi–Meant my Dominica? Ask Skerrit..

  19. Mz. Matt
    December 18, 2015

    Sounds like an inside job to me.. :?:

  20. Observe
    December 18, 2015

    Caiso season

  21. the watchman
    December 18, 2015

    this one is easy to put in the pipe but hard to smoke .

  22. dissident
    December 18, 2015

    what about de report on the break-in at the state palace?
    what about de lost keys to the registry?
    what about de report for the fire at melvillehall airport?
    who stole de scooter at police barracks in morne bruce?

    salisbury farm road protesters are enemies of de state?
    what a country!!!!

    we getting exactly what we deserve!
    we been sucking salt!!!

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Many unsolved and unanswered cases.
      Who stole the government van and drove it to Grand Bay?

      People are getting bad.

      Most D/cans do not deserve this.

  23. nicole
    December 18, 2015

    How can a place which houses such important documents not have proper facets of protection in place? Where are the surveillance cameras, the heavy vaults to house the the douments, the emergency alarm button directly linked to the police headquarters? Dominica is such a joke. And sadly, I am one of its citizens.

    • anonymous2
      December 18, 2015

      This is DA. They don’t think of those things until years later.

    • A Doubting Thomas In Solidarity
      December 18, 2015

      Come on people, a thief is a thief is a thief. The article said there was a security guard on duty. who the gun masked men/women locked in the bathroom. Obviously the bandits knew what they were looking for. Could it be an inside job? don’t know but by the looks of it the robbers knew their way around so they had good directions. Did they speak? Did the guard recognized any of the voices?

      When we watch bank heists on television we see the bandits hold customers and all, at gunpoint, take all the cash they need and run away in a waiting vehicle. So these people plan their robbery well.

      Their accomplices are as much a robber as the ones who committed the crime. See in the recent US terrorist attacks, the gunman and woman are dead but an accomplice who may or may not have been on the scene is in lockup and will face the music.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Dominica is not what it used to be. There must be more secured, especially government buildings and documents.
      If they have none, from now on they should install them.

  24. uwp private eye
    December 18, 2015

    All of a sudden two police officers refuse to make it to court two days before,and today dpp under siege

  25. Anna Maria
    December 18, 2015

    U think God sleeping

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Let them not be comfortable and laughing. God knows them and where they reside. He saw them plan this theft. He knows why they took them and that they went to the DPP’s office and what they did thereafter. They will not escape from Him.
      Keep in mind their evil works are in the Book of Damnation. If they know what is good for them, they would live a godly life.

  26. Anansi
    December 18, 2015

    Mhhh, so DPPgate finally happened. In this era of affordable micro, closed circuit tv monitors, we still don’t have them in key places – Evidence room of the police station, strong room in customs, and other sensitive areas to with national security and the execution of justice. On the matter of the DPP break in, It might make no sense to identify missing specific case files or documents related to a particular case, as the burglars may have destroyed/stolen many others as decoys. However, I have identified a major problem with the nature of today’s law man in D/ca – they lack enthusiasm to carry out the job. I have noticed a dampened spirit among fellow (I am ex) police officers correlating with the length of time of the Skerrit administration. Many are just there for the money, and that’s where bribery and corruption can seep through. I would therefore recommend a thorough investigation by external authorities, into the morals and conduct of the CDPF.

  27. EzDoor
    December 18, 2015

    Why are we paying taxes to a system that is failing us? We pay this Govt alot of taxes and get nothing in return. The roads full of potholes, boetica people slinging like monkeys across a gorge, a british baron insultig us like we back under colonialism, no lights in some areas of Roseau, rape of elderly women, bugging children, selling passports with nothing to show in the country.
    Dominicans worshipping a man from vielle case who could not buy a Toyota Corolla. We need a revolution in this country, if you love Dominica now is the time to show it. :-P

    • Peter Potter
      December 18, 2015

      Well said, unfortunately Dominicans will finally wake up when the entire country is down the drain.

    • anonymous2
      December 18, 2015

      Get some people with brains first.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Consider this. Have you ever prayed to God for Dominica and nationals? Do you worship God and go to Church? Some may not be doing that yet they expect to live a comfortable and safe life.

  28. Dominican
    December 18, 2015

    Yowwwww, We no longer safe on our nature island. That Police Force need a serious purging and let it start with Mr. Carb.

    • Shameless
      December 19, 2015

      Could not have said it better :twisted: . I would love to see Commissioner Carbon and a few others in garbadine out. A Commissioner Weeks with a young Deputy Cuffy M is what we need. Time to turn the force around full circle. All those rank and file involved in corruption should be investigated and put to rest once and for all.

      Assertive, NEVER Aggressive! :twisted: :twisted:

  29. Ueishiba
    December 18, 2015

    We need to ban license of firearms and provide Gun ownership islandwide. Only way to deter crime is to arm the citizens.

    • anonymous2
      December 18, 2015

      One problem. Most of these people are not responsible enough to own a firearm. However, the restrictions on permits being issued is too much with this new administrator. As well they are not issuing instructional licenses to instructors.

    • Rosecen
      December 18, 2015

      Uiesiba. Cowboy town doesn’t exist anymore. sorry. John wayne died many years ago.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Then you will have everyone shooting everyone. The solution is to pray to God for protection. You must also pray for others and even those criminals that they may cease their criminal actions.
      You cannot win without prayers.
      Our Lord said, “Apart from Me you can do nothing.”

  30. really
    December 18, 2015

    how did they enter the premises? Are the doors left open at night? I find this incident very fishy. This need to be investigated and anyone found involved be made to face justice. this is an act of treason, and terrorism on the country as a whole.

  31. Hmm
    December 18, 2015

    The office of the DPP needs to get a high speed page scanner (about $500US) and scan all documents as they are received and identified, after which copies need to be stored in the cloud (encrypted at several locations… Redundancy), so that any theft, fire or other natural or man-made situation would have little effect. This needs to become a formalized standardized operating procedure so that not even a staff member can tamper with evidence or other case related material. And all access to the files should be logged, showing a chain of access.

    • Anansi
      December 18, 2015

      Hmmm…. I thought they already had that. I was going to add that any particular file/s or papers missing referring to a specific case should be given extra attention. But then the burglars (Watergate?) may have been smart enough to destroy many other unnecessary, unrelated files – decoy or cover up.

    • d-a born
      December 18, 2015

      This!

    • Sylvester Cadette
      December 18, 2015

      This is so wonderful and refreshing when practical advice is given to solve a problem. I fully concur. This is what I had always been preaching while serving as Director of Telecoms: the use of ICTs for generating, processing information, storage, sharing, archiving and retrieval of information.
      I know the EGRIP Project undertook certain aspects of what I mentioned but I do not think it encompassed the DPP’s Office. something to consider as a matter of urgency.

    • Jane Doe
      December 18, 2015

      Excellent suggestion which should be implemented immediately (if not already in place), if we are interested in justice.

    • carldebold
      December 18, 2015

      that is true. the digital age..those files should be a backup..and all else scanned and secured.

    • watchdog
      December 18, 2015

      Fully agree. In this day and age its like DDDDDUUUUUUUHHHHHHHH…….

  32. truth
    December 18, 2015

    It starts from the head,Isaiah chapter one said the whole head is sick,the lawlessness started from the head and down to every segment.when the pm declared no law no constitutions cant stop him everybody take it for a big joke,but here we are with the live results,the police is affected,murder cases go free,drugs stolen from police,police doing crimes like never befor n the list goes on even pastors get caught up in this melee.becuz i say unto you the whole head is sick,we need to repent…

  33. too late
    December 18, 2015

    Is the almighty ,supreme Pm here to deal with this or is he in Turkey ?

    • really
      December 18, 2015

      the pm is the answer to all your problems fool.

      • Peter Potter
        December 18, 2015

        No, he is not the answer to all problems but he most certainly is the cause of all problems.

      • The Real Facts
        December 19, 2015

        I do think you should have asked, “Is the PM the answer to all your problems, fool?” :lol: :lol: :lol:

        Some of them make no sense whatsoever. Everything that occurs, they place the blame on the PM. It projects their ignorance and wickedness of heart.

    • Tjebe Fort
      December 19, 2015

      I think the turkey is in him.

  34. A Doubting Thomas In Solidarity
    December 18, 2015

    Somebody knows who you are, because He sees and knows everything. God is everywhere.

    • Music Producer
      December 18, 2015

      So is Santa Clause

      • papa bat
        December 18, 2015

        Haha haha hahaha
        So is santa clause indeed!! You really made me laugh lol GOOD ONE

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      This somebody is extremely patient, waiting for the right time, in His time to punish them. It may occur while they are still alive.
      They think they are lord of all they survey and are invincible. One day they will find out how wrong and wicked they were.
      God is good!

  35. Mamizoo
    December 18, 2015

    What about the case of the missing key for the registry. The crime happened under the nose and eyes of the police , at the headquarters and up to now nothing.
    This little country of ours is way to corrupt.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      This was also shocking that it would happen at a police station of all places. You know, they should have fired those who were responsible for the safety of those keys. Some people in certain positions are not trustworthy.
      God will also deal with them in time for also not exercising their duties honestly while getting paid for it. This too is theft from the public coffers.

  36. Thorbjørn Jagland
    December 18, 2015

    Dominica needs a strong leader who will clean it up, and treat everybody equally under the law inspite of political affiliation. We need a leader who will jail fellas, and not thief from us. A leader who will not toe the line no a show boat smiling for camera. Dominica will get poorer under skerrit. He is not the right leader to develop the country. 8)

    • really
      December 18, 2015

      you think we will be better under a tyrant like edison and …., happy for you. Skerrit is not perfect but he is a good leader. Im glad he is our leader and not these fools that you guys blindly choose to follow. and all this whilst calling other folks blind. I lived and worked under you all blue milly bugs and it was not sweet. every monthend is another story. and you all made excuses for them shame. sen hont jean uwp. labor is doing a wonderfull job let them continue. dominica will and is richer for it.

    • The Real Facts
      December 19, 2015

      Which such future leader you have in mind? I wonder, is he/she yet born or still a child or a student? They need to be schooled about being an appropriate leader.

  37. Donk
    December 18, 2015

    Who is the minister of security?

    Why so many unresolved murder cases?

    Maybe a vigilante crew might be set up to eradicate all potential criminals? I’ve already heard guys discussing this on the block.

    The state is not protecting us! I’ll have to protect myself and my family, BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY!

    • d-a born
      December 18, 2015

      How many murders Dominica have so?

      • La Terre
        December 18, 2015

        TOO MANY

      • The Real Facts
        December 19, 2015

        Since accessing DNO I have taken note of those murders to today. They are one too many.
        In addition, for a small country as D/ca, there are too many murders per population.
        In case you do not know that or fail to, in bygone years D/ca hardly ever had one murder. It was one every 10 years; lover’s disagreement. The country was a safe one.
        The type of thefts which are committed today were non-existent in those days.
        What has happened?
        Have you considered, the more godless a society, the more evil people, crimes/ murders there will be?.
        This is why Christians are wishing and hoping that God will return to claim his world and put an end to this wickedness which is escalating.
        God wants everyone to turn to Him and in sincere worship and prayer.

      • The Real Facts
        December 19, 2015

        Let me further inform you. I have stated this more than once. Many different religions have sprouted up in Dominica. Those leaders said they are saving souls.
        They have been instrumental in influencing some Catholics to join them.
        Be it through inspiration/revelation, I have considered since then Dominica got worst, i.e., some people. There are more murders and other criminal activities in D/ca. It is also noted throughout the West Indies; no exception in other countries.
        The more different religions, the more the world has become worst.
        Look at all what we have in the world, all this immorality which I need not elaborate on. You should know this.
        This makes me feel that God is unhappy and angry with much of what is occurring in D/ca, in the world.
        For those who realize this, worship and prayers are the answer.
        Laws are necessary. However no amount of government laws will change the trend in Dominica. I hope everyone comprehends this.

      • The Real Facts
        December 19, 2015

        How many murders Dominica have so? Who are you and why did you ask? Are you not in D/ca? You should know. The Media broadcast and post them. Are you sleeping?

  38. Keen Observer
    December 18, 2015

    Shame on the people responsible for Judiciary arm of government. After Tropical Storm Erika long past, you had Police Officers still securing empty apartment buildings at Elmshall and Bath Estate, wasting human resources that could have been used to better secure the DPP office. We have also chosen to better secure the Chinese, Venezuelans, and Cuban Ambassadors and their embassies. What is our priority? We have neglected the very same areas that would ensure that the wheels of Justice turn smoothly and swiftly. Look at the Magistrate and High Court. Can you imagine, that in a time like now, you still have unarmed police officers patrolling the streets and securing the entrance of the courts? and an unarmed security officer to guard a building housing the DPP office, FIU office, 2 Magistrate Courts, a masters court, companies registry office, a court reporting unit ,and a magistrate court office? Why so many offices in that old building anyway? DPP office should b relocated

  39. Zandoli
    December 18, 2015

    Isn’t that the equivalent of leaving your DNA behind when you commit a crime?

    So they review the files and see that those on a prominent case are missing, who do you think they will target for investigation?

  40. LabourOfLove 2.1
    December 18, 2015

    We protect each other………haters do take the Scotland’s advice and go suck salt

    • Anonymous
      December 19, 2015

      I always vote Labour but I don’t believe Lady Scotland would use this here, please! We need to learn to respect others’ opinions.

  41. Peeps with their ears to the ground
    December 18, 2015

    Could be out of desperation by a pending trial(s) as well a a red herring in a Gov’t case they are sure to lose lol . One never knows.
    DA???? I often wonder where r we where r we heading r rwe done as a civilized society or are we even civil at all..

    • met veyer
      December 18, 2015

      I could not have said it better. You left out the churches.

  42. jah yute
    December 18, 2015

    do I hear sabotage?

  43. MIA
    December 18, 2015

    What! that’s taking it to far now, my people wake up.

    • We do not need laughing gas
      December 18, 2015

      D/cans not going to do anything. The rascals have monopolized everything and everyone.
      We quick to buy clothes to party every week end but cannot lift a finger against in ur face corruption by a VC shrimp. Where when and why this this little fat face shrimp emerge from? The one who is called P.M of DA a kid who cannot make a good sentence!
      When we allowed this shrimp to slip thru the cracks after Rosie & Pierro\’s passing all fell apart. Are my people telling me they could not find a capable non-shrimp to lead the authentic DLP then and allowed a few lawyers alias Sr.Counsels and other enablers to put the shrimp in place to convert this land into a failed banana republic( with no more bananas at that)
      This is Neo-DLP infiltrated by the gang of rejected DFP-ites and some oppotunists insects parasites to classify em in a mild way.
      Where are all the revolutionaries( I know some have become capitalists with gas station bzi-nesses womanizing smoking dope and enjoying lavie Sodom.

      • We do not need laughing gas
        December 18, 2015

        Cont\’d
        Those with dysfunctional households( not contented with their aging spouses, those who may never have grand children BC their kids are…………………………………. I did not call any names hahahahahahahahahaha who the cap fit let em wear it .when I throw me corn lol!
        WHO VEX……………………………………

  44. Champagne
    December 18, 2015

    That moment when their obeah not working they have to result to Criminal activities such as these. People are so desperate these days that it’s unbelievable!

  45. Tom & Jerry
    December 18, 2015

    Ok so they paying people now to go rob the DPP’s office to destroy the files.

  46. Unknown
    December 18, 2015

    Sounds like somebody is trying to get rid of evidence, I hope they are all backed up on a hard drive somewgere

    • met veyer
      December 18, 2015

      On a soft drive so that gone too lol soft drive = paper file hahahahahahahaha

  47. too late
    December 18, 2015

    Brothers and sisters did we ever hear of these types of occurrences during the time of any other administration?
    treasury key missing,
    houses fire bombed,
    vehicles missing from ssu compound,
    evidence disappear,
    police transport suddenly appears in grand bay,
    police accused of murder dont show up to court
    special prosecutor brought in to prosecute danny lugay
    minister today president tomorrow
    labour division racketeering
    money reimbursed to treasury (bobols)
    police sweep money outside and gets promoted
    none of yur damn busines got tohell this country to free
    man comes into country with gun but allowed to leave without investigation………..

    • December 18, 2015

      The Registry was burnt back in 1979,still an unsolved mystery.

      • ArayofLight
        December 18, 2015

        hmmmm

      • December 18, 2015

        @Point December 18, 2015

        And it is a darn good thing that PM Skerrit was only 7 years old; no one can lay that one on his back, eh!

        But those of 1979 are still around today, trying their best to bring back 1979; but God forbid that this will come to pass a second time, and in a time like now.

        He is in full power through His chosen Servants in Dominica–especially Mr. Roosevelt Skerrit–the devil and his counterparts are plagued with fear, because they know His Strength, His Authority, and His wrath–let those who have ears hear what the Spirit is saying.

      • nicole
        December 18, 2015

        funny..ha ha. I like that one ” point”

    • Blesseed
      December 18, 2015

      Treasury key missing?????or registry. Post like allu crazy

    • Blesseed
      December 18, 2015

      Aiyeeer Dominique ???????????????????????

    • vegnag
      December 18, 2015

      too late – you forgetting a guy claimed to be the one that did the fire bombing then in the middle of no where he turn around and said he had for the police so he make a story; no charges laid for public mischief, no charges for wasting the court and police time – embey Dominica good wii!!!

  48. Papa Doc
    December 18, 2015

    Dominica is not far from becoming like Haiti. Anarchy

    • December 18, 2015

      I rebuke this blight in Jesus name.

      • December 18, 2015

        @Free talk December 18, 2015

        You have said it for me, in Jesus name

        Words are the sword of the mouth, more powerful than physical weapons–it is time that we start speaking the words of rebuke against those mouths which are spewing their words of darkness, futility, and death, upon our Dominica; she is a Land of Light and Life–not darkness and death.

    • We do not need laughing gas
      December 18, 2015

      She is already Haiti 1/4 of our pop are Hatians. To add insult to injury Asians are quickly becoming 1/8 of the pop. hahahhahhahaha laughing

      • December 18, 2015

        No, Donald Trump, immigrants are not the problem.

      • Just my 2 cents
        December 18, 2015

        Sorry to say but some of you Dominicans are so damn foolish …..politics, politics, politics. …bull crap some of you need to get a life .and get off the PM back …just a bunch of jealousy and hate in you all heart towards the P.M….but trust me you all just making him stronger whilst you all make your lifes miserable by hating him .

      • Just my 2 cents
        December 18, 2015

        Idiot

      • We do not need laughing gas
        December 18, 2015

        the cap seemed to have fitted perfectly on one man\’s head.
        Denizen vs citizen!laughing this one

      • Tjebe Fort
        December 19, 2015

        2 Cents I waiting for GIS to bring a press release on this one. In their book everything is always sweet and nice with propaganda for P.M. but only after they check with him first. Personality cult rules in Dominica already and that is sick bro.

  49. s6
    December 18, 2015

    Who will guard the guards

    • We do not need laughing gas
      December 18, 2015

      mande Denizen-la

  50. Lang Mama
    December 18, 2015

    Boy if I was thee police the first place I would start looking is at home. Boy leave me alone. Sometimes the truth hurts but no one can change the facts and truth. If a murder was planned on GON Emmanuel and was covered up by the powers that be What else can surprise me inDominica. If a police officer volere plenty money and still received several promotions what see can surprise me in Dominica.
    If a police officer slash government vehicle tires and still receive several promotions what else can surprise me in Dominica.
    Money laundering government officers bringing in millions of passport dollars and the matter goes by unhib like Erika then why should I be surprised.
    Racketeering goes by on the command “fix it” .
    The chicken has been hoe roosting for a while now. Let the chicken get to the door steps of those wicked liars

  51. Me
    December 18, 2015

    I wouldn’t be surprised if this is drugs related. Today we see dealers in broad daylight plying their trade, in the middle of Roseau without interference from the police. Inadequate security at the office of the DPP but meanwhile the tax payer has to foot the bill for round the clock cctv surveillance of the speaker’s residence. Note, I disclaim any imputation of improper motives! May God bring deliverance to our country.

  52. derp
    December 18, 2015

    evidence was stolen in apparent high profile cases, hmm seems like we now have mercenaries for hire in Dominica

    • We do not need laughing gas
      December 18, 2015

      Since 2004

  53. Kissa?
    December 18, 2015

    but what i hearing there na….zorr

  54. AA
    December 18, 2015

    This place is a BIG JOKE. All-you guarding the old speaker and all you not protecting the interest of the people. This labor government continue to show that they are interested in using the states resources for themselves and not for the interest of the people of Dominica. What a country boy.

  55. yep
    December 18, 2015

    We need to have a whole new outlook on the job of a security officer. It seems it is just a person with a uniform on but cannot really secure the place. You never hear the security guard held them down or prevented a robbery or attack. The thieves/attackers always have the upper hand. What can they do with a baton and sometimes even nothing, no form of protection. A real security officer needs to make an example of these perpetrators. Is time we give them people a damn gun too.

  56. Shaka Zulu
    December 18, 2015

    These guys are pros. . This is unprecedented.

    • lightbulb
      December 18, 2015

      or just watch tv. they could have used plastic guns for all we know.

    • Shaka Zulu
      December 18, 2015

      DNO I see my comment was edited. That’s ok. I understand. However, only someone who has a heck alot to loose would break in DPP office and steal files. Breaking into the State prosecutor office and stealing files is not the work of petty criminals. This is normally done by organize crime, Mafia, or political criminals. This is a very serious level we are right now. It means the justice system which is one of the foundation of a stable law abiding country is now under attack. I get the feeling people taking this for a joke. Only people who know where these files are kept would do that. I say no more.

  57. Leah Remy
    December 18, 2015

    I don’t even need to watch Al Jazeera.

    Dominica have enough story by itself. 8-O 8-O

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