Blackmoore condemns violence in Roseau; blames UWP

Scene in Roseau on Tuesday night

National Security Minister, Rayburn Blackmoore, has condemned the violence which engulfed Roseau on Tuesday night following a public meeting organized by opposition parties, mainly the United Workers Party (UWP).

In a statement on Wednesday morning, Blackmoore laid the blame squarely at the feet of the UWP and “its operatives.”

“Ladies and gentlemen, the stage was set by the leadership and operatives of the UWP for the attack on the police, the acts of arson and the targetted destruction of various properties in the city of Roseau,” he stated.

On Tuesday, the opposition parties held a meeting in Roseau to demand the resignation of Prime Minister, Roosevelt Skerrit and his cabinet because of their governance style.

However, some who attended the meeting stayed into the evening after it was over and police were called in to disperse them. The protesters took on the police and soon the disturbances spread through the city. Several businesses were vandalized, roads were blocked and fires were set.

Blackmoore said all of the actions were done by “the mouths, hands and feet of the leadership and operatives of the UWP.”

“Such acts are totally unacceptable,” he stated

Several business places were vandalized

He called on churches, civil society and all concerned Dominicans should condemn these acts.

He commended the police in their handling of the situation, saying they were stoned and live bullets were fired at them by protesters.

“They did not use deadly force,” Blackmoore noted. “That is what the UWP and its operatives wanted. That is what they would have liked. It is apparent they wanted some young persons to sacrifice their lives so that the political ambition could have been satisfied.”

He added, “The police demonstrated the highest level of restraint and diligence and managed to stabilize the situation…”

Blackmoore also commended the Fire Chief and his men who responded to “various acts of arson.”

He revealed that a number of people were arrested following the disturbances.

“In one case, a young man was arrested while confronting the police with a 9-mm firearm, ” he noted.

Blackmoore described the violence as “not Dominican.”

He stated that the police will continue investigating, “this attack on the state, the attack on the fabric of our society, the attack on democracy, the attack on civilization.”

“The police will continue to do its assessment of the situation for the express purpose of embarking on the necessary steps to maintain law and order in this country and to bring the culprits, all the culprits responsible to justice,” he noted.

Blackmoore also noted that Skerrit and all members of his cabinet are safe.

He said Dominica “will not go down this road” and the government is committed to building the country “by progressive ideas and putting people first.”

He condemned the kind of politics he said that is being practiced the Opposition Leader and his men.

“It is one that is practiced by the principals of violence, fear and trepidation,” he noted.

Blackmoore said Prime Minister Skerrit will address the situation later today.

In the meantime, he urged all Dominicans to go about their businesses as normal but they must exercise the highest degree of caution.

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  1. February 9, 2017

    Blackmoore shut up please….

  2. ISIS is Behind This
    February 9, 2017

    Mr. Blackmoore, this is not the work of the UWP, but clearly ISIS it would seem.

    Since all of ISIS’s sponsored Dominica diplomats keep getting arrested, there is little doubt that ISIS is upset with the Skerrit regime and wants to ‘regime change’.

    Forget about the UWP, they are not behind this. Best to use some of the $75 million dollars a month in passport sales to buy AK47’s’ to be ready for the ISIS boats that are sure to be on their way to our precious island.

    We are comfortable with Colonel Skerrit’s regime although we know it is cheating us and really do not want to be ruled by radical Islamists. That won’t be good for anyone as our passports then will not be worth anything

    Please help, keep ISIS away.

  3. February 9, 2017

    I too would like to add my voice in condemning the actions of those persons who displayed acts of savagery and hooliganism on the night of 7th February 2017. Let me also take time off the congratulate the police for a job well done in keeping the peace both at and after the rally held by the UWP except that ”control; command and and discretion may not have been properly exercised at the end prior to the mayhem Commanders on the ground always remember your actions are determined by the situation confronting you; not the rhetoric of politicians. Mr minister your condemnation and blame of the UWP and it’s leadership was distasteful and lacked leadership and directives; the reaction of those young persons is cause for concern as their frustration was displayed out there for the entire world to see; do something about it Sir before it’s too late.

  4. %
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore you are so shameless!!!The UWP meeting was a great one…It exceeded expectation in terms of attendance
    /boots on thfe ground!

  5. Dano
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmoore – Statesmen call for calm not more confusion and more partisan politics. especially in a small nation like ours Sir. It pains me not that we have different political particles but when man like you are in power who are not equipped for leadership. Statements like we will put the brakes on them do no help at this time.

    Is there any blame on the commander who should have removed the barricades and let the truck whose speakers were turned off go to go through and diffuse the situation? I haven’t heard you say anything about ta Commission of Inquiry into the Passport vexing issue.

    I think you place in to be a low ranking policemen not the Minister of Justice. Yes you won your seat but you are not qualified and don’t have the temperament to be in charge of a sensitive Ministry like Justice. Hope fully the next election will take care of you——- Thank you..

  6. Frank Talker
    February 8, 2017

    This was not a UWP activity. It was an activity by civil society which attracted the leadership of the UWP. Very similar to the bus drivers’ action which attracted the leadership of Roosevelt Douglas during the reign of the DFP. If Skerrit does not heed the collective discontent of the people, it will happen again, and again.

  7. AA
    February 8, 2017

    So I am just asking because i smell a rat right here. How was a gang of 15 to 20 young people people cause so much destruction with a police force in the town. So if there is an organised uprising what will happen in the place??

  8. Observing
    February 8, 2017

    I heard PM Skerrit said at an AID Bank GM today that this event that unfolded last night was done by criminals who have confessed that they have been paid. With such utterance, I am waiting to hear the PM’s speech on the matter today. He owes the public the names of the person(s) or institution(s), which paid the criminals to commit such atrocities on the poor city of Roseau. To many times, I have heard the PM uttered such statements, but no names are revealed and no culprits are arrested. The Melville Hall incident is a clear example, similar statements were made; no arrested of those behind the scenes, who orchestrated the incident were arrested. The same way the police are arresting the young men involved; those who paid them should be arrested as well. If the PM made such utterance to gain political points, customary in our type of politics today, without the proper intel or failing to reveal the names of the behind-the-scene accomplices, he is acting irresponsibly as a leader.

  9. combo
    February 8, 2017

    blackmore i am waiting to hear you condemn liat for stoping flights to dominica…..

  10. dady b
    February 8, 2017

    i do not like to talk for when i talk things take place i allways.say that we are going to get someting like 1979 soon it coming look out

  11. ISHA
    February 8, 2017

    Look it.Democracy where everyone has a right to support who they want and to vote for.But those LOW LIFE HOOLIGANS where ever they come from recking people property.. People love and can’t wait to do the blame game.
    Smart people don’t blame they look at the points and look at the facts.Those low life Hooligans came from no good household causing mischief. PEOPLE AGAINST EACH OTHER THAT IS EXACTLY THE FORCE AT PLAY.
    Some need to open their eyes to corruption and greed how can a govt cont to have places things in disrepair and think they can live as Royalty while the rest have to hold their hands on their heads.

  12. johnjay
    February 8, 2017

    Opposition has been calling for you all to corupt. You ask for the churches and others am waiting to see for me to condemn them all the time the oppostion and civil society calling they never answer . tme to go

  13. marie-claire R Skerrit
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore is the one to be blame for all this. This man is sickening. How can you function effectively when your head is up the PM behind! Can’t you as a law enforcement leader function without being bias or making it evident as to your political affiliation? Corrupted Government

  14. YESAH
    February 8, 2017

    So Blackmoore, When Melissa Skerrit and PM Skerrit and all their operatives were on the radio, Facebook, twitter etc asking their supporter to come at the peaceful meeting dress all in RED, what do you call that? You didn’t make a statement to condemn such request. You are a darn hypocrite and a pretend hero. When the members of UWP was on scene trying to defuse a situation which should never reached that level, where were you and your corrupt friends? When you had all them riot police hiding in the stadium waiting for darkness to attack persons protesting for their democratic rights, where were you to condemn the COP for allowing that? PPl would have been home and Roseau cleared by 5pm… but NOOOO you all had to have something to place at the feet of UWP.
    So I recommend that because this is Labour and their supporters faults, tell your PM use some more of CBI Monies and reimburse the persons and businesses that lost their properties.
    It will be a good way to get rid of the cash.

  15. Be happy
    February 8, 2017

    This have to stop bye the opposition parties is time to make them pay for damage

  16. MWEN
    February 8, 2017

    As you are the minister of national security, I am very saddened by you utterances. Instead of blaming others, you should be asking where have you gone wrong? sir, are you really satisfied with the way you and your officers handled the situation? After reviewing the events, would there be anything that you would have done differently? Before you commented, did you receive all the reports from you officers(police, fire, intel., etc.)? I really doubt the latter because in your comment you mentioned no specifics. As the minister of National security, you just proved to us all that you are more a liability than an asset!

  17. Jon Jones
    February 8, 2017

    Slightly off topic but very much related. The Romanian people have done this a few times

  18. Who
    February 8, 2017

    Where was Skerrit and Blackmoore before the meeting? Skeritt never addressed the nation after his visit from greece. he came back into the country in the shadow of darkness! he landed via a provbate jet in canefield and has said not one word to his citizens. Blackmore kept his mouth shut and all of a sudden he is up this morning he and Tony running up their mouths. isnt it suspicious that after what happened last night all three of them are talking ? We are not foolish

  19. Dominica
    February 8, 2017

    I am not UWP nor DLP, but in 1979 this is what happened they first went for the supporters of the government, the karams got stones, the Cools Lartigues got fire bombed, businesses were looted all under the direction of our President today amongst others. Last night government supporters businesses and offices were stoned and fire put in others, we have to be very careful. Ministers of governments be careful as well as police officers because no one is in power forever so if you are covering up for woing doing STOP IT and resign because to every rope there is an end. What is it for a man to loose his soul for a piece of silver and gold, some of the ministers in church every sunday and even preaching and they support such corruption. SHAMEFUL!

  20. monster
    February 8, 2017

    The young generation are really illiterate and dumb compared to the old guys really thing that this moron of a pm and his band of criminals are doing good for the country?you fool’s really need to travel.i would create alcatraze just for the pm and his bandits,lock them in and throw the keys away.

  21. RBD Cenema hall
    February 8, 2017

    Now that the movie has legally and lawfully played the heroes are out talking. As a child I always learnt the good phrase “‘A stitch in time saves nine.” The question Blackmoore, Skerrit Carbon and others MUST answer this morning is, why did they not intervene early yesterday:

    Let’s not be fools folks. Meeting endeed at say 4:45 PM and most of the large crowd and organizers of the meeting had already left. Then there was an argument between the police and about 700 protesters about where a truck at the rally should pass. The police asked the truck driver to go one direction but over 500 persons blocked the truck and by no means could the truck driver run into those people. The argument lasted and was live on Q for over 1 hour.

    Based on how things were unfolding any sensible person could tell that it would get ungly if our elected leaders did not intervene. Lights and drug squad were brought. Where was Skerrit? Where was Blackmoore? Where was Carbon? They said nothing to…

  22. Sayitsnotso
    February 8, 2017

    Isn’t it the job of the oppostion to state what is going wrong with the country? I however did not agree with the demonstration; I think Dominicans should be left to wallow in their mess of making till next election; let them suffer. I believe though that the destructuion was caused by labour operatives. They were given isntructions to incite violence so it would look as if the protest held by the oposition was the dealing factor in the riots.

  23. February 8, 2017

    This incident was sparked by the Police Leadership who instructed Police Officers on the ground not allow a truck to pass through police barricades. People (including members of the UWP Leadership) actually plead with the Police to please allow the truck to pass to diffuse an escalating situation and the Police flatly REFUSED! The police, instead, wanted the truck to go the opposite direction on a ONE WAY STREET into the crowd! The Police saw that frustration, agitation and anxiety was building among the people yet refused to do the wise and simple thing by allowing the truck through the barricades and to close the barricades once the truck is through. They refused to compromise until a young boy in the crowd threw something towards the Police barricades and absolute chaos ensued. The riot police started to fire tear gas and the crowd retaliated with bottles and stones. As the crowd disbursed, young people began to set fires and destroy business places.

    • indira Ghandi
      February 8, 2017

      Ok. Thanks for that info.
      some of those Dominicans that left Donkey years ago and never made any contribution to the development of the country just want to open their mouth and talk crap.
      They have no idea what is going on
      They wIting for a free ticket to come home.

  24. Same old, same old
    February 8, 2017

    One would have to be blind, deaf, doom, and really stupid to not see the recent trend in Dominica. If pm friend was allowed to face the court when accuse by his business partner of over 40 counts of theft,

    I would not question such violence If the person (s) who set the house of GON Emmanuel on fire on Christmas morning of 2010, had faced justice like everyone else, especially when someone said he did it and said who accompanied him, I would hold my play dotish

    PM Skerrit told us that he and everyone knows who set the airport tower on fire in 2014 according to DNO: “Prime minister, Roosevelt Skerrit, has added his voice to the incident, saying he, and everyone knows, who is behind the incident.” If skerrit or anyone was called to testify of what he said he knows about, I would not question who was behind what happened last night

    In a country where so much evil is happening and our leaders and SC are on radio saying they know who behind it and no investigation, I say is d…

    • Jon Jones
      February 8, 2017

      I’m still waiting to hear about the guns-in-a-barrell fiasco but I won’t hold my breath on it.

  25. Please help
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore I think you lying too much . You trying your best to spread false information and send the wrong message. Yo; Skerrit and the rest is not innocent in all that . Examining the picture and see what’s wrong and point it out to the country. You all think you can rule Dominica like is you all toddlers ? You cannot blame the UWP leaders or party for what happened. Everywhere in the world political party have demonstrations and there is always some form of disorder. So when there was the disorder in the USA during Trump inauguration you blaming Hillary or Obama ? You cannot blame the leader for what people do on their own. You are just trying to find ways to blame Lennox and not blame Skerrit for the nonsense he is doing and the way he running the dam country?.The incident last last has nothing to do with the UWP. I do not condone violence but Skerrit and the Labour Party needs a rude awakening to let them know how people feel that not everyone in the country agree with him.

  26. Patience
    February 8, 2017

    Blackie, when you asked your supporterskim to dress in red on that day to confront the other side what was on your mind? war!!! You got it so shut the he’ll up …. been there done that

  27. Eagledeyez
    February 8, 2017

    We live in a democratic country …. free to demonstrate … what do you all think Dominicans are not allowed to voice their concerns about what they think is wrong going on in their country. Clearly there are concerns .

  28. Eagledeyez
    February 8, 2017

    Last night fires in Roseau cannot be blamed on the United Workers Party. Thugs are everywhere . They use opportunities like this could be carnival as well to commit their crimes. Did the UWP leaders ask their followers to commit crimes. Stop the foolishness.

  29. February 8, 2017

    Blackmore remember there are two sides to any story so the next time you open your mouth know the facts first because you sound un professional , the Police that were at the meeting were professional and every one will tell you so, so Blackmore why would you try to blame the organizers especially the UWP leader and their men, and why would they create a bad situation for themselves after they had sure a great meeting.
    Blackmore you and your party would like to make others believe it was the UWP fault but that will not fly.
    Blackmore were the young people that were destroying the City dress in white? and I condemned the destruction in Roseau last evening but you a way out of line with your comments .
    If the PM had come out and talk to the public about the CBI program maybe people would not be so angry
    And no one should entertain Tony at all.

  30. Proud Dominican
    February 8, 2017

    My Park Rep. Continue praying for you and the rest of the cabinet. God bless you all. Arrest them

  31. %
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore why can’t you say something sensible?Stop addressing things you know nothing about..Why not address the MONFARED issue..Why was Monfared issued with a Diplomatic passport?Was Monfared hiding in Dominica when he was wanted by Iran and the USA?Where was MONFARED hiding?Who facilitated MONFARED hiding?No kind of lawsuit can cause the MONFARED questions to go away..I love the PEACEFUL manner in which the UWP meeting was conducted.

  32. Dominique
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore where were you when they fire bombed GON Emmanuel, where were you when the PM wife told people to dress in RED …….. STOP THE HYPOCRISY, i am warning you all this is a sign that people are not afraid of you all.

  33. Anonymous 1
    February 8, 2017

    You guys just keep blaming each other like a group of primary school students. ALL of you politicians are to be blamed for this. If the current DLP was not involved in countless shady acts then there would have been no call for protest from the UWP and therefore would not have lead to these violent acts of vandalism. If the DLP was keeping its actions clean then the UWP would not be pointing fingers to them. Dominica was such a wonderful place and because of negligent leadership and opposition our once peaceful nation is being driving into chaos, poverty, dependency and violence. It is a shame to see how our country keeps getting worse instead of improving. When these politicians are done killing our nation they will just pack up and leave with their families and we will be left to suffer.

  34. A Doubting Thomas In Solidarity
    February 8, 2017

    God Bless Dominica and her people. In solidarity with the Prime Minister and the Government and People of Dominica. May God protect each and everyone who others wish to harm for whatever reason.

  35. blossom
    February 8, 2017

    What does it profit man to gain the world and lose his soul.

  36. Tell it like it is
    February 8, 2017

    So the Police Commissioner was right when he cautioned the UWP about violence and lawlessness. What does Lennox Linton have say about that? Did the Commissioner dream it up? What happened last was all a dream right? Lennox Linton is bad news for Dominica, just wait and you will see.

  37. LifeandDeath
    February 8, 2017

    What else is new Blackmoore!! You all need to get objective, every disturbance in Dominica is not to make political all as leaders need to raise your level of thinking.

    It’s lamentable what took place in Dominica but please address the social ills in Dominica aside from Politics..and if you want to bring Politics into it at least be fair and give the DLP and Skerrit their fair share of blame for driving Dominicans up a wall of dependency, lack of hope and desperation!!

  38. Academic
    February 8, 2017

    If the Labour party had so much interest in keeping the peace, can one of their cronies explan:

    Why their followers were not encouraged to stay away from the meeting if they were not interested in hearing what was being said?

    Why did Labour cronies encouraged their followers to wear red on that day just as a mark of defiance and provocation?

    If the police had no ulterior motive, shouldn’t the police be as tactful as possible in these times so as to avoid confrontation and arguments?

    What was so difficult or impossible in removing the barrier for the truck to get out of the place seeing the meeting was over?

    I am convinced that this was deliberate on the part of the Labour party just to spark violence so that they will be able to hold the meeting organisers as culprits.
    Thank God there was no bloodshed.

    This regime MUST fall!!!

  39. JustSayN
    February 8, 2017

    We must take a moment to commend the police, for doing a superb job, and demonstrating restraint. The leaders and advisors of UWP, ought to be ashamed. I am greatly disappointed by their radio silence during last night’s destruction and, lawlessness. I am of the opinion that Lennox Linton should have made a public call for the cessation of the destruction and violence. Yesterday’s demonstration will now go down in history as a joke. The event was poorly organized, the speakers we’re unprepared. All pump and circumstance with no solutions, show us your manifesto, explain how you will be better than DLP. Time to rebuild the DFP.

    February 8, 2017

    From videos on social media the police also fired live ammunition, seemingly at perceived targets at night. Reckless!!

  41. Concerned Citizen
    February 8, 2017

    Minister Blackmore, before you start pointing fingers,,,please grow up and think of how we all can come together in unity to build back our country. Throwing stones as a man of dignity like you call yourself and continuing to harbor the demonic and wicked acts of this corrupt regime (DLP). Get up and put some order in the country,,,you just sit on your high horse and cast judgement. But remember there is on who is higher than all and that is God almighty and believe me when He The Great Creator says that’s it, no one can stop His work. Not You,,,Not no one….God will Intervene. Hold on Dominica…Your Victory is coming.

  42. jihan
    February 8, 2017

    Skerrit and his cabal.did Lennox tell these people to do this ,Skerrit step down.

  43. Fairness for all
    February 8, 2017

    Everybody can see that this isn’t related to the UWP protest. They are not the people who were there or even actively engaged in politics. It’s frustrated young people behaving like thugs to take advantage of the situation and they wanted to cause mischief, loot, etc. When you look at any situation like this around the world, it’s always the young people who are out of work, and frustrated. It’s the same in Dominica. If they had jobs to go to, they would be engaged in that life instead of roaming the streets after dark.

  44. Lyn
    February 8, 2017

    I would jail them all, this is the kind of government that want to be in power? Dominicans open all you eyes, Labour all the way…Make them pay the price, wicked set of people. They hard this plan all along.

    • Shame on You
      February 8, 2017

      Did you see a member of the opposition throw a stone. You stupid fool, wake up and see the light. Your PM dealing with people that would throw more than a stone.

    February 8, 2017

    You cannot blame someone that attended a lawful rally and went home. The atmosphere is “ripe” in DA for this because of the young people who are disgruntled and find an outlet in the drug trade. There is absolutely no excuse and those who looted should be brought to justice. Do not blame the UWP! My 2 cents

  46. Shameless
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore STOP listening to yourself and the PM. Listen to the message and STOP attacking the messenger because while I strongly condemn the violence if that is the level of frustration that is in the country I believe the worst is yet to come. STOP blaming Lennox and do the right thing now, resign before this country explodes. You guys are too pompous and proud. The police caused the disturbance along with your supporters so stop your nonsense.

    Assertive and ready to sacrifice for country! :twisted: :twisted:

  47. Analyst
    February 8, 2017

    Blackmore, tell Skerrit to do the right thing and just resign.

    • Ok
      February 8, 2017

      Here’s an idea. Why not just wait for general elections and then vote him out. Smdh.

  48. puss
    February 8, 2017

    why would you blame UWP when Prevost Mall was also damaged.

    • Anonymous
      February 8, 2017

      Because it was done as a cover-up

  49. 1979 is forever....
    February 8, 2017

    I blame the speaker for now letting the concerns of the people be raised in their parliament….she is the cause of the seething CONTEMPT growing in Dominica….

  50. Papa Dom
    February 8, 2017

    AA Blackmore calling for churches and civil society to denounce violence, what a thing eh. I guess we will hear from the bishop of Roseau and evangelist Peter r Augustine because they worship skerritt but have never voiced their concern or condemned the selling and issuing of our passports to crooks and criminals. We may even hear from Charles saverin the chief instigator of violence against government in the 70’s.

  51. Ras Ju
    February 8, 2017

    Not sure if I would place the blame on any political party. The politicians said their piece and the demonstration was over.
    I would blame the unrest and criminal acts on the individuals who carried them out.
    They cannot say they were protesting / demonstrating for any rights or objective. That had been done earlier in the day. They had no agenda other than arson, looting, violence – all criminal acts and they should be dealt with by the rule of law.
    No one arrested and rightfully convicted for these acts cannot claim political victimisation. You were given your platform to demonstrate. It appears there were more people on the streets during these disturbances than attending the meeting earlier in the day? And some of the comments being voiced on videos that have been recorded seem to be in support of these actions!
    That is a bit worrying! I hope they have let off their steam and that is the end of this chapter

  52. Anonymous
    February 8, 2017

    I agree we should condemn the acts, those young men behaved horribly last night and ought to be disciplined. But how can UWP be blamed for the actions of a few? The demonstration was non-violent and the organizers made it clear that it was a peaceful protest. They stayed within their time constraints ect. Blackmoore is the one playing politics and nonsensical talk now. I’m tired of the “they did it” blame game. Smh! Grow up! Stupse.

  53. Jay prosper
    February 8, 2017

    This is the death and burial of the UWP. Who wants to be be associated with this? Shame Shame Shame. Just hope mister Green sees the light. That’s not the people for u to be associated with. I followed u yesterday and u were so quiet. Stay away

    • viewsexpressed
      February 8, 2017

      UWP strong and moving on. We, UWP are not tainted with Bin Bobols. passport bool. fertilizer Bobol etc etc…etc…etc…etc…many more to be discovered….

      Skerrit resign, you are a political design. Got to e hell…got to hell…..go to hell…you and your damn busienss

  54. Shame on You
    February 8, 2017

    “They did not use deadly force,” Blackmoore noted. “That is what the UWP and its operatives wanted. That is what they would have liked. It is apparent they wanted some young persons to sacrifice their lives so that the political ambition could have been satisfied.”

    A big minister like you, that is what you saying!!!!

  55. Dominican at Heart
    February 8, 2017

    i wish to categorically denounce the violence which followed the opposition protests yesterday… some one or some pewrsons must be made to answer as clearly this type of action is not to be tolerated at all

  56. Elephan
    February 8, 2017

    As you can see, DLP operatives have successfully framed the peaceful protesters by bringing in their own bad head folks and instigating police officials.

    See how easy it is to blame an entity? So fixed on UWP yet you never fix the shape up.

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