Man killed at Fete La Pwent

The man being carried by onlookers
The man being carried to a police vehicle

Dominica News Online can confirm that a man was killed at Fete La Pwent in Pointe Michel early Saturday morning.

The man, according to reports, worked at Dominica Brewery and Beverages Ltd.

The incident took place around 4:00 am and according to reports, the man was stabbed and his throat slit during the incident. However, this has not been confirmed by the police. 

At the time of publication, the police were still on the scene.

DNO had originally reported that a halt was placed on Fete La Pwent, however, reports are that the event is still on, although the police had initially stopped it. 

The event is for three nights. 

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82 Comments

  1. Liz
    November 7, 2016

    But what ptoblem did they have?

  2. Bumbble Lee
    November 7, 2016

    We get what we like, but we don’t like what we get. :twisted:

  3. Zor Bon La
    November 7, 2016

    Please tell me I am seeing wrong. Are they carrying that boy by his legs and arms? How many times have we gone through this? The police tells citizens do not touch victims lest they cause more damage. Leave it to trained personnel. Are the people in the picture trained? If the victim did not have to die, he would surely die now!! Come on man. We need to do much better than this. In light of the fact that at 90% of out activities there is some kind of violence, would the authorities consider having an ambulance and police presence at these locations? Just a thought…

    • allfingsjenno
      May 20, 2017

      you are so right. there should be an ambulance at every huge event llike this. Dominica should be more advanced than that. What with all this killing and violence? we were just promoting Dominica a few days ago and this is what we get?

  4. November 6, 2016

    cont..
    just making a bad situation worst. Again as many of the issues that we ‘re faced with today GOD said that’s what going to happen as the age closes.HE mentioned as it was in the days of Noah and HE said some of what they were doing. Feasting, giving into marriages, in other words doing their own thing not paying attention to GOD. What was the event that brought the whole thing about. Fete-la-pwent..Fete/party/ that’s the word feast. So continue feasting..we can’t have our cake and eat it all people.It’s either GOD’S way and it will be well with our souls or our way and be damned…

    • Tell the Truth
      November 6, 2016

      Even so, God expects that we will be shocked at what occurred to a fellow man as we pray for the repose of his soul and strength for his family to cope with their grief. If we were not, it would appear our hearts lack love and compassion. Those who project these godly virtues at especially such a time possess it. We cannot remain cold because it is not within us.

  5. November 6, 2016

    My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge..Hos. 4:6..When I read some of you comments I just say a short pray: Forgive them LORD for they know not what they’re saying.Especially when you’ll drag GOD into the picture. THE CURE: whomever that person, is suggesting paying a Haitian to work obeah to solve the problem.Well you need to go to the old Testament and see what JEHOVAH says about that.And whilst you will not see the words obeah or voo doo ,JEHOVAH calls it consulting familiar spirits, it’s an abomination unto the LORD. It’s a very serious sin before the LORD,and don’t get me wrong where GOD is concern sin is sin across the board but where you see the word abomination, take note. Whether sin is committed ignorantly or willfully it’s as a kit,the sinner gets all that goes along with that sin. And so, even GOD would forgive that sin,what goes along with that sin the person or persons have to face the consequences of that sin. And so, to recommend obeah or voo doo that’s…

  6. November 6, 2016

    R.I.P homie gone but will not be forgotten

  7. November 5, 2016

    I know that we cannot legislate morality. However, DA people use to respect each other. I hear constantly that it takes a village to raise a child. Can we get along and enjoy the little we have?

  8. ti nom
    November 5, 2016

    …mi deba… jodi jou moun domnik ka chway moun pou blag oui. R.I.P to the young man though……i must say this looks extra bad considering all the tourists who witnessing this for the festival season. great publicity :)

  9. Fuejeiwjd
    November 5, 2016

    Why did the officers stand and look on like spectators instead of immediately secure a vehicle on scene and take the young man to the hospital. No ambulance or police van had to be waited on and placed in the back like an animal. Those officers on the scene should b immediately fire or Place on administrative leave pending an investigation :-P Very sad the young man bleed to death

  10. the cure
    November 5, 2016

    It will always have obeah I would pay a hatian to deal with the killer

    • rowrowbaby
      November 6, 2016

      Two wrongs don’t make a right, pray for him instead. If he is dead he will not suffer enough.

    • Tell the Truth
      November 6, 2016

      They sometimes go to Guadeloupe and Martinique to see. :lol:

    • Shamefull
      November 8, 2016

      Afus my people does upset me. Yall forget is grand bay and castlebruce you does go n do obeah. Yall too hypocrites and playing part more Christian. Zoooor

  11. Magwaysa
    November 5, 2016

    Remember……….No Law NO Constitution by skerritt and the people know that the courts system is A BIG JOKE

  12. It'sMissAlie
    November 5, 2016

    Always a $srew-up in the group! Always!

    This is a pattern: Whenever Dominica celebrates an event; there’s someone looking to eliminate an enemy. That’s why I stay away from these celebrations! I am too grown to be partying with amateurs who can’t celebrate a moment that is supposed to remind us of history and how we’ve persevered.

    This is just sad and unnecessary!

  13. Shameless
    November 5, 2016

    Sadly, no amount of \”alasss or papa bandieu\” is going to bring the young man back or have the killer\’s action reversed. Dominica seems to be going through a crisis or spell these days and it is very troubling. Missing people, fatal accidents, murders and child molestation with no end in sight. The BIG question is why!

    There is too much anger, unemployment, deceit, voo-doo, and overall hypocrisy in the country. Even men of the collar and cloth are turning blind eyes. When are we going to realize that the man above is a very jealous man and hates evil. Everyday we hear of the \”alleged\” corruption and nastiness being undertaken by our so called leaders and do nothing to change it. This country I love sooooo much is headed for the abyss. Wake up Dominicans, wake up and smell the coffee before its too late. No one is immune to the wrath of the devil and his henchmen. :twisted: :twisted:

    May the soul of the victim RIP :cry: :cry: :cry:
    Always Assertive!…

    • %
      November 5, 2016

      @Shameless AMEN TO THAT!!!
      I fully agree with your entire blogg!!!

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      Sinners judging sinners. No one is perfect. God knows who are striving for mortal and spiritual perfection.
      The best anyone can do is to pray with a good heart, live well in peace with others, cease criticisms, not blaming and pointing a finger at others and judging them and state unemployment is the cause of it. People who do are themselves hypocrites and.ignorant of the reason why people do these things.
      The victim was employed. The murderer had money to go to an entertainment area. Do you know if he is unemployed? So what do you have to say for that?
      God will not state that such disturbances are due to unemployment nor excuse the perpetrator.
      Someone started the fracas over what. Another responded and reacted which culminated in the death of the man. What really caused it?
      When arguments arise, it is better to walk away. If an offense was committed to another, saying “I am sorry” may help avert further quarrels and the end result of injury and murder.

    • Awaken
      November 5, 2016

      @shameless all what you’re speaking about I think it need to start with ourselves. Stop blaming the higher authorities for what’s going on in our country. The hatred that’s in the hearts of our people need to be removed. That’s the problem. What does unemployment have to do with these things. When they clearly said the young man was an employee of a company. Stop making excuses for this evil people out here who thinks that it’s ok to go around murdering, robbing, rapping etc etc

  14. Roseau River
    November 5, 2016

    RIP.

  15. free
    November 5, 2016

    Too much damn sewo…rum drinking….create jobs for the country…sad to hear

    • well well
      November 6, 2016

      very true. We as a country have become DRUNK o n sewo and fete and hedonism.

  16. Tell the Truth
    November 5, 2016

    Lord, You know, it is the month of November. Your Church especially remembers the departed souls You forgave but which You know are not bad enough for Hell but not yet ready for Your Heavenly Kingdom, All-Holy, Pure, United in Love, as One with Praise and Thanksgiving to You for having saved them.
    Those souls, through Your Divine Mercy, Compassion and Forgiveness, are making atonement, being cleansed of the residue of their earthly frailties.
    Please have mercy on those who especially will die suddenly through whatever means.
    We pray that Your Divine Mercy and Compassion was poured out to this man as he was making the transition from life to death, that you had mercy on his soul.
    We know, too, Lord, that St. Faustina Kowalska of Poland said in her Diary, now a book, Divine Mercy In My Soul, “through your Mercy, You call out to every soul at the time of death,” giving them that ONE MORE LAST opportunity to respond to Your Love and mercy to be saved.
    Thank You Lord!

    • Arte El Labore
      November 5, 2016

      Tell the truth, to be honest all that bobohaha about lord that lord this will not help any one of us, all we need is education, education to get us a better way of life and ur children,black people being brainwash by their slave masters and that same lots would tell the black man and woman to believe in God he will help you to heaven while he is stealing all their wealth, look here now today we are killing each other for what…nothing another 2000 years we will still remain the same.

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        Who you are to give advice? I would not take such an advice which will do no one any good and rectify the situation.
        What you stated is a lot of crap. Never give ungodly advice for it will backfire on you. Wait and see. Furthermore, you are tarnishing the minds of those who will listen and take it. There is a price to pay for that before God. Fool! :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted:
        Are you a Christian? Our Lord said, “Apart from Me you can do nothing.”
        Many talk and criticize. It appears this is all they are capable of doing and excel in.
        A genuine Christian knows The Lord hears the prayers and will do with them as He pleases. He wants people to pray. It is sad that you do not know that.
        You lack godly enlightenment. Education without God will not help.
        The employed and educated also commit crimes. Pray to God for enlightenment which you sadly lack.
        You will do well to stick to the topic and leave the rest of your nonsensical comment out of it.

      • o
        November 5, 2016

        I am so happy to know that someone else knows what’s going on. The people who gave us their lord is continuing to kill our brothers in the streets of America and they are fed up with us in their great britain. After our people built up these places, there is no need for them in these countries. Yes, our people have been brain-washed by the religion that was forced on our fore-fathers. We have been blinded by religion and politics to get us distracted from the truth about who we are as a people. It’s nothing about voodoo. It’s about the weapons and drugs that have been planted in our countries by our enemies. African people did not have guns before Africa was invaded. In the ghettos of America, the drugs were planted there by the enemies of black people. They have used these weapons against us so as to lose our focus.
        Africans practiced African spirituality and yes, both obeah and voodoo are African spiritual practices which the seers used up to this day and it’s not evil…

      • rowrowbaby
        November 6, 2016

        And Jesus

      • kingAmunra
        November 8, 2016

        Well said :)

  17. Deborah
    November 5, 2016

    So sad a young man had to lose his life. I hope the person who brutally murdered Kishrog get exactly what they deserve. Rest in peace young man . Prays to your family.

  18. Iamanidiot
    November 5, 2016

    That is why I does at my homeeeeeeeee

  19. November 5, 2016

    They need to bring back the death penalty and make a few examples

    • Arte El Labore
      November 5, 2016

      Manicou, now you rubbish death penalty doesn’t stop somebody from shooting the hell out of you in the USA, what makes you think it will work in Dominica, and them jockers giving you like 10 out to have their brains tested.

      • STAR
        November 5, 2016

        at least it will make u think twice… when you have no law and order, no justice for crimes.. killers walking free.. killing will become the new sport.. they know is little to no jail time for them.. so is kill and make their name

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        You have contradicted yourself. I am pleased you got many thunbs down – dislikes. They project your stupidity and criticism. :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen:

      • Master-B
        November 6, 2016

        They will definitely think twice before attempting to take someone’s life. The killing by the reports am hearin was totally uncalled for. It’s high time for some stiffer penalty be administered because soon people will take matters into their own hands and carry out “justice” to avenge their family or love ones.
        May the soul of the young man RIP.
        My condolences to his family and friends.

  20. Tell the Truth
    November 5, 2016

    What a shame! It is a time for celebration and parties; not for melees, injury and murder. People cannot go to a place of enjoyment without being injured/killed. Why do they bring weapons of destruction of life to a party? They go to a party to enjoy themselves; not to pick a fight which leads to that. To bring weapons depict they are out for a fight.
    Organizers should take precaution for safety of patrons. They should screen party-goers for possible weapons. Warn them that they will not be admitted with weapons.
    When police orders the party to be stopped due to a disturbance, injury and death, the organizer should obey the police and shut it down. It should not be allowed to go on. I would not expect this in Dominica but then these days some party-goers are not always considerate and sympathetic as they should. Regardless and heartlessly, they want their money’s worth.
    Heartfelt sympathy to the family of the deceased.
    May his soul rest in peace. Amen!

  21. Tjebe fort
    November 5, 2016

    Give them fete by all means, so they forget the misery they are living under this regime
    The golden calf they are adoring that has its on own garden fete for invited guests only. Is so we have become a divided nation where one half is oblivious how the other half lives. May God have mercy on Dominica and reunite us again for true.

  22. DT.
    November 5, 2016

    I’m from La Pwent, what’s the name of the person that got killed so sorry for his loss condolences to the family.

  23. Buckers
    November 5, 2016

    What a way to live life these days, I could bet that the cost of this person’s life was as a result of the killer’s well-known ego. Doesn’t matter who wrong or right, death was not necessary to prove anything. @whoeverdidit, now try to live a decent life with the rep you achieved.

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      It was unnecessary to kill a fellow person. Nothing is proved and solved by that. It has placed the family in much grief and also expense. Who knows, also for their life.
      The blood of his victim is on him. The murderer has to answer to God for that. He has to face the brunt of the Law, hopefully justice.

  24. MIA
    November 5, 2016

    Are ever going to stop all these killing for no reason?

  25. %
    November 5, 2016

    Those thugs who kill with gay abandon,know fully well that the judicial system is badly bruised and broken.It’s easier to walk a free man if you kill than if you steal a packet of biscuit because of hunger…I yearn for the day when our legal system will get back into being functional,and citizens can feel a little more secure…These crimes will eventually reach the homes of innocent law abiding people.

    • Arte El Labore
      November 5, 2016

      % Speak the truth has it been any better than it is today?

      • %
        November 5, 2016

        @Arte El Labore Yes there was a time in recent past,when if you senselessly killed someone,you too would be killed..(by the way I am a proponent of hanging).Now in almost every village,
        you have walking on the street some numskull who has wilfully murdered someone.My village alone has three such thugs…This is a lawless,polluted and corrupt country,where among others,the legal system has failed the citizenry.

      • Me
        November 5, 2016

        Artful dodger you are in denial again.

  26. town man
    November 5, 2016

    Shame .. Shame … Shame… the law is too soft on criminals so guys feel they can do anything … Shame!

  27. Girlygirly
    November 5, 2016

    Weh web web boy…..what happening to this country

  28. future :(
    November 5, 2016

    It hurts too much ….Kish

  29. Mr Bale Productions
    November 5, 2016

    Sad to lose a ……so soon :cry:

  30. Pres_Donald_Trump
    November 5, 2016

    Skerrit should give the people the right to bear arms to protect themselves, only way to drop crime in Dominica. :wink:

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      I disagree! On the contrary the PM should eradicate all guns that could be used for murdering their fellow people. If there were no guns, they would not use them to shoot people.
      It will be argued that there are other weapons. This is one of them the man used to kill his victim.
      The next step is to severely punish those who especially take a life. This is to incarcerate them for life with no parole. This may reduce murders.
      If they knew they would punished accordingly, they would curtail their anger and murderous ways of their heart and mind.
      Those who take a life do not deserve to live in society. They have committed a crime against the State, against nationals in general.

      • winston warrington
        November 5, 2016

        The man was stabbed.

      • Tjebe fort
        November 5, 2016

        So what is the difference Winston, he was unlawfully killed. Makes no difference to the victim how he was murdered. Dead is dead and he is not coming back. Dont’ you think you a little bit pedantic bro.?

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        Warrington, you read the comment above mine. If you are so intelligent, you will know that “arms” mean “guns.” I responded to what Pres_Donald_Trump stated. Of course, not the real one.

      • rowrowbaby
        November 6, 2016

        Wher are you going with this, read the facts before commenting so you don’t sound like a fool

    • Vaffanculo_PM
      November 5, 2016

      Trump is right, the bureau of justice statistics show that the more guns in the hands of citizens the more crime plummets
      http://www.bjs.gov/index.cfm?ty=pbdetail&iid=4616
      Michael G. Planty, Ph.D., Jennifer L. Truman, Ph.D., Bureau of Justice Statistics

      Presents trends on the number and rate of fatal and nonfatal firearm violence from 1993 to 2011. The report examines incident and victim demographic characteristics of firearm violence, including the type of firearm used; victim’s race, age, and sex; and incident location. The report also examines changes over time in the percentages of nonfatal firearm crimes by injury, reporting to the police, and the use of firearms in self-defense. Information on homicide was obtained primarily from the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) National Vital Statistics System. Nonfatal firearm violence data are from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which collects information on nonfatal crimes reported and not r

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        At this stage, the world could do well without guns except those that are used to hunt and kill wild animals.
        I have considered man devised “arms” that kill man. Some use weapons for what they were not meant to be used for.
        I am informing you, God will hold them all accountable. Some have already met their fate in eternity. Be enlightened.

    • street poet
      November 5, 2016

      monkey talking like fish walking

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        No respect and dignity for the intelligence of another. You are the monkey, talking on yourself. :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen:

      • Tell the Truth
        November 5, 2016

        Accord others their due rights. People as you, rude, disrespectful and inconsiderate cause Dominica to be what it is. You are not helping and enhancing your country. Shame! :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen: :twisted: :mrgreen:
        Live by the Golden Rule. If you do not know it, refer to Holy Scripture as taught by Our Lord Jesus Christ. Commence with the Gospel of Matthew.

    • bause
      November 5, 2016

      We already have that right, numbnuts

  31. Me
    November 5, 2016

    This is soooooo sad…when u chose to slash someone’s throat expect death. Why???????????????? What were u thinking???????? I am in pain!!!!! JESUS!!!!!

  32. WeNiceMan
    November 5, 2016

    Too much fete!

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      People could have a clean fete without this. They must not be denied that right. It appeared since the man carried a weapon to the fete, he had a plan, a motive and a wicked one. He could have murdered more than one person.
      The devil, knowing him and what he was up to, entered with him as he engulfs his heart and mind. It did not look as if he came to the fete to enjoy himself in a genuinely clean manner. He is one who should have been denied entry, if the organizers would screen the patrons for weapons of any sort when entering the area.

    • %
      November 5, 2016

      You are so right..Imagine after 38 years of independence,we cannot have a sober debate on whether we have progressed or retrogressed as a nation,but the entire season is used partying..I think that Dominica needs leadership,and good functional institutions.

  33. Mike Portsmouth
    November 5, 2016

    My fellow Dominicans what happen to the days of incident free parties. We need to stop this violence against each other and settle our differences in the court if needed. It hurts me,slesys having to read about these things. Lets start from today and please do not blame government for these things.

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      Some silly fool gave you thumbs down. This person must be one who is non law-abiding. As you see, Dominica (as other countries) consists of every sort, the law-abiding and non law-abiding ones.
      There are some who cannot live peacefully and who will not allow others to live peacefully. They will also mar the enjoyment of others. Some of them, troublemakers as they are, will pick a fight and with an innocent person.
      It would be interesting to know how this melee commenced which led to the murder of the man. Even then, two wrongs do not make a right.
      These days, one does have to be wrong to get in trouble with troublemakers and to be murdered. The murderer is wrong to kill the man. Thou shalt not kill.
      Blessed are the peaceful and peacemakers.

  34. Get it right
    November 5, 2016

    That news about the halt is untrue. Fete Lapwet continues today at 5. Condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

    • Me
      November 5, 2016

      What are they celebrating? A murder? Congratulations!

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      It should have been halted. They knew a man was killed there. One would think that they would be sympathetic and with the family and not return there to fete. How could they feel comfortable? Furthermore, according to DNO News, it is not yet stated if the murderer was caught and arrested. If he was, it still would not make a difference. For obvious reason, the organizer should not continue with the fete.

  35. Stoney
    November 5, 2016

    didn’t surprise me at all, heard one Journalist or radio talk show on a popular radio station giving the heads up for that sort of incident occurring on his …….. program…

    but again it’s the new age for the young hustling youngsters and to combine the rubbish lyrical utterance which blazes a level of wildness with that music called today’s Bouyou…

    If those bands turn or clean up the lyrics and melodies the excited youths will have to tone down their hype, music as a major impact on humans all over the world..

    but again dominica is a kinda of a place no one cares, no one has the ability to speak to the ignorant young musicians dominica has now….such a shame to see a society wasting..

    those so call ppl in Da are wicked..they can stem the flow they surely can, but greed and wickedness,……look at the state of governance in de island who cares….

    may his soul rip..

    • Concern citizen
      November 5, 2016

      U are quick to say that a talk show radio host authored words irresponsibly, but when ur. king said that NO LAW NO CONSTITUTION can’t prevent him from doing his illegality U remain with ur. mouth short.
      I am not in favour of none of them.
      Dominicans be real, a wedding u all are killing, a village feast u all are killing, carnival u all are killing, where else u all will not kill, thank god I am having my feet at my home, me and me alone. Christmas morning 2010 is a perfect example, when those who think that they are all powerful try to exterminate the 2 elderly citizens and up to a day like to day no justice for them
      la murderer Dominique la last chue !!!!

      • %
        November 5, 2016

        @Concern citizen You are so right…He even called upon his doggone idiots and slaves to go to funerals and provoke people..That’s why I often refer to this country as a failed state.

    • STAR
      November 5, 2016

      ARE YOU BLAMING MUSIC… I NEVER YET HEAR A BOUYOUN BAND ASK NOBODY TO KILL OR BRING WEAPON AND SLAUGHTER EACH OTHER.. WE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR SOMEBODY TO PUT BLAME ON … TIME WE TAKE RESPONSIBILITES FOR OUR OWN ACTIONS

      Admin: Reader, if you submit another comment entirely in caps and it’s not approved, that will because of the numerous requests that DNO has issued this regard.

      • STAR
        November 8, 2016

        sorry dno i am a new follower.. i didnt know the rules

  36. 'No Respector of Persons'
    November 5, 2016

    A simple get together and someone dies. Seriously, I would confine all action to house parties and ban any and all social dances until these …….. learn to be humane.

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      This could also prove unsafe to attend. Even at house parties it could occur. It depends who organizes the party, at whose house and the type of people who attend.
      Noting some do not go anywhere without their gun and other weapons, some troublemakers crash parties and also injure and kill party-goers. Some people look for trouble anywhere even where they are not invited.
      I would think private dinners are better and then the invitees could party after dinner. This could keep uninvited people away.

    • Tell the Truth
      November 5, 2016

      By the way people of a certain caliber and status do not know what it is to be humane and will never learn to be humane. They are what they are. No one and nothing can change them. People must realize the present era we are living in. Those who treasure their well-being and life should stay away from those places where any and everyone are welcome.

      • LawieBawie
        November 8, 2016

        You chat too darn much and don’t give other people a chance to get in a word. You want to comment on every article sometimes several times. I see that you have made at least 15 comments in this article alone. People welcome comments, but you are monopolizing the comment section and acting like a mosquito in our ears.

    • Patsy Cline
      November 6, 2016

      I agree! Same thing I was discussing with my sister yesterday….I like a good time as much as the next person, but this is getting out of hand now.

      If it were not for the fact that Dominica’s economy is so fragile and depends on these “fests” to get VAT, I would send out a call for the PM to put a ban on all public sewo for a while. Or put all sewo between 6a.m to 6p.m just like how Ma Charles had done it during the eighties…

      It’s time for our government we put there to work for us actually DO some work, instead of running around busily fattening their own pockets….We need proper leadership in this country!

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