Salisbury residents get court summons in relation to protests

A scene in Salisbury on June 11
A scene in Salisbury on June 11

Several residents of Salisbury were served with court summons in relation to protests which took place in the community recently.

MP for the constituency, Hector John, told Dominica News Online that his name is on the list to be served however the summons never reached him.

John said on privately-owned Q95 on Tuesday morning that there were two police officers in Salisbury last Friday and Sunday distributing the summons, however he has not seen the one intended for him.

“I want to make it very clear, I was not served any summon,” he said.

He explained that he was at his sister’s home last Friday and he told the police officers that he was not interested in their summons.

“I told them that I did not even want to hear them,” John stated. “I told them that everybody thought that was quiet, we were moving on …”

He said the officers subsequently left.

He stated that five residents were served on Friday and a further five on Sunday.

In light of the developments, John has appealed to residents of the area to stay calm.

“I want my people to remain calm, we will meet and discuss it, we will be meeting with our lawyers. We don’t want any problems,” he stated.

On May 11 and June 11, Salisbury was engulfed in disturbances as the police and residents faced off. The first action was in protest of poor farm road conditions in the area. It was eventually broken up by the police.

The second protest took place after the police swooped into the community and arrested six residents on allegations that they were part of the first protest.

Both actions have been described as “riotous” by the police.

Six people are presently facing charges in relation to the first protest.

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77 Comments

  1. vegnag
    August 6, 2015

    Summons now – emmmh so why summons were not issued between May 11th and June 11th 2015; why did they embark on a raid and ambursh on June 11th instead of using summons? I see said the blind man! I think the police are confused and allowing themselves to be used by the politicians because they continue to take action and make decisions contrary to good community policing. Well that dead as far as I can see because Salisbury provided the perfect opportunity to use and promote community policing which unfortunately did not happen. what has happened on the contrary is the police actions have made communities become more skeptical of the police and also deepen the mistrust of the police among the people of BAWI and by the general public. why did the police carryout a raid/ambush on June 11th? Why didn’t they revert to summons as is being done now?- clearly the police are confused and have exposed themselves. We need an independent police force with strong decisive leadership.

  2. sailsbury farmer
    August 5, 2015

    Ask your selves why are there so many poor people in Dominica, if you go to St Joseph or mahaut6772 at 10 am in the morning you will see about 100 young men in a rum shop drinking rum, ask any one of themto come and help you work on your farm, how many of them do you think that would come. You people in the Bronx is part of the problems keep sending them barreels of food and clothes while you struggle to pay your rent. So Black people will remain poor , whether you leave Dominica or stay. After the British left you dont have a plan, find a plan and you will be able to solve your problems in 100 yrs. As for now all you know how to do is beg for jobs and talk about politics, you cannot take care of your selves. We all are badly educated, we were not educated to create any thing for our selves, all we have is drunkards.

  3. sailsbury farmer
    August 5, 2015

    70 yrs later take a look at where we are , we are begging Government to give us a job. The jobs were supposed to be created by the people we send to the university of the westindes. Governments around the world is not the best people to create jobs for its population. We are saying we have a failed state, we have a fail state because we have to many lazy beggers who will not think to create the jobs them selves. How long is it going to take before people know the one to help build the state is them. Have of the caribean is under drought conditions , why dont private people buy boats and supply them with water. You dont need Government to tell you every thing. All your elites are educated find markets for you to sell your goods. All you do is spend your whole life begging and waiting for Government to save you.

  4. sailsbury farmer
    August 5, 2015

    After 1978 we as a free people have not consecrated on building a nation. For 63 yrs we have been educating our kids at a failed institution called the university of the westindes. Folly and band came in first to buy our bananas he left, then comes Gueest, our Grand parents and parents brake their backs selling bananas to Gueest for little of nothing. None of our kids came back from the university of the westindes telling us how to negotiate a better price, or sell it direct to the merchants our selves. L Rose but our limes for little of nothing. 70 yrs later are we better off , what did we learn from all these experiences . All the universities produced was civil servants. How many millionairs was created when Gueest buy our bananas. In 70 yrs we created more drunks than thinkers. We failed as a people to create.

  5. August 5, 2015

    As citizens we know that the police have a mandate to uphold the law, and maintain law and order.
    We also know that protests should be organized in accordance with the law. You may participate in illegal protest but you run the risk of getting arrested. Protest is good to draw attention to an issue if it is legal and peaceful.

  6. The Real Facts - ON
    August 4, 2015

    Hector you have disregarded the police who served the summons to you and are proud of it, stating you do not want it, etc. Do you not know that your action was disrespectful to authority. What type of MP are you?
    My instinct informs me that the summons will be sent to you via registered letter and mail which you will have to sign for. If you refuse to sign for it, you should be arrested and charged.

  7. Shameless
    August 4, 2015

    Garson I warning Skerro and his Cabal (Commish C, and others) to stay away from Salisbury. LEAVE THE PEOPLE ALONE!! You all got a little taste of what Bawi can do and all man run leaving their gun behind. Leave the Bawi people alone souplay before you all turn the country upside down. Poopoo does not smell until you prick it so please DONT prick the Bawi poopoo because what allu don’t know bigger than allu. IF was was Parry I would tell Bawi people to disobey any illegal summons from the corrupt legal system and let police come for them in Bawi if is bad they and Skerro bad.

    I am not preaching violence but rather warning the government because Bawi people are a very proud people and will NOT allow anyone to trample on their rights. Be warned!

    Assertive, NOT Aggressive! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

    • New
      August 5, 2015

      We all know the author of this blog. Assertive and Aggressive you are in the high ranking operatives of the UWP your threats are falling on death ears. DNO you are directly and indirectly instigating a insurrection. The Hills are blue mission, mission, mission. It will NOT happen. DA nice boy.

  8. August 4, 2015

    about this protest, this has gone beyond the maintenance of law and order.it is now open warfare against the people of salisbury . the govt. simply wants to break the will and spirit of the people of salisbury. this is stark naked terror at work. right now our govt. with the police is trying to terrorize the nation under the pretext of law & order.

  9. %
    August 4, 2015

    I do hope that the Salisbury people are considering their next course of action.You all have the time to plan and strategise.
    LOVE YOU ALL IN SALISBURY!!!!!

    • Kid On The Block
      August 5, 2015

      If they man tell them to go and block the main road again nuh! You % seem to have a plaster for every sore but none can cure/heal the wound. Your damn rotten apple.

  10. John Paul
    August 4, 2015

    We have the right to demonstrate and we will simply have to find ways to do so in such a way that makes it impossible for the police to make arrests and lay charges that will hold in a Court of law.If everyone stays home for example the Police cannot arrest You for that .If People simply walk along the Highway in large numbers in several groups peacefully I think that would make it difficult for the Police to lay charges and if they agitate the People then Video evidence should be collected and used against them in a court of law.
    So Skeritt go ahead my Brother but one thing for sure History has shown that Dominicans eventually reject Politicians who think they own their seats in Government whether by ballot or by stone they will have to go !

  11. island girl
    August 4, 2015

    I don’t quite agree with Mr Hector John. If one is served a summon
    u should accept it and let the matter be discussed in the court of law
    but for him to refuse it. to me is no the right way to go…Again he is dealing with his ego
    He is the Leader….Professionally and legally he should lead his constituents
    in the right direction. I pray that everything goes well for the people of Salisbury and Dominica
    on a whole

  12. real possie
    August 4, 2015

    Well then I don’t see why they looking for the rapist who did not show up to court, look how long his case went quiet they should just let that die till he rape again. Are you people listening to you all selves? This is pure intimidation, so we are to be afraid of what you all might do violently? You ever hear people who went jail and come back out how they talks? Well I went jail already and I can go back again, is that not how the Bawi people will feel they can do?

  13. mine
    August 4, 2015

    The way Hector and Co did the protest was wrong.

  14. Kid On The Block
    August 4, 2015

    Spraggs now you singing a different song? What made you forget that tune?” IF you touch one you touch all?”

    • %
      August 4, 2015

      @KID ON THE BLOCK
      Stop spewing your buffoonery and thrash here. It is difficult to comprehend why the Skerrits sycophants and beggars like you, just will not see that by now the Salisbury people must be immune to anything that the police will do, or attempt to do to them.
      They are a united force, and I love their resilience.DONT GIVE UP SALISBURY!!!

  15. Shameless
    August 4, 2015

    Time will tell. I stand in solidarity with Bawi. Skerro so coward he always going overseas when the police going Salisbury but we will see. To BAWI people I say don’t give up, back to the drawing board and get a strategy in place in conjunction with supporting casts in Wesley, Marigot, C/Bruce, Senjo, Mahaut and Canefield.

    Assertive, NOT Aggressive! :twisted: :twisted:

  16. sailsbury farmer
    August 4, 2015

    We should not vote for any body that does not have a business that employes 200 people, if you dont have a business now how can you run a Government. Our people should wake up every minister or prime minister you elect if they have no knowledge in running a business you should not vote for them. But we have to many lazy people that like free stuff. So the ministers and prime minister must go and beg for the begging public, that type of behavior must change. You dont have money to build feeder roads because you are to lazy to raise chickens , all your money goes to miami. You should not have committed a crime. The money is c omming from the european union who have to save you all the time. Learn to produce more and sell and fix the road your self, stop begging and causing trouble.

    • MY 2cents
      August 4, 2015

      I agree. Only in Dominica government have to pave roads to private properties(farms). The farmer can come together and organize their roads instead of bothering government. Then they calling people beggars

      • Jah Bless
        August 5, 2015

        When will you people stop writing garbage. This in not private residential property, they are farm roads. you must be in reverse in this country. the world is reading, it is better to be thought of as a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

      • Original Peaceful #1
        August 5, 2015

        my 2 cents you are clearly misinformed. Did you do at least the basics of socilal studies in school. building roads especially farm access road is a basic and fundamental job of any government.

  17. August 4, 2015

    We need jobs not all these summons. So many people who have degrees, even medical Doctors can’t
    find work. This is probably the worst island in the Caribbean as far as jobs are concerned. We can’t take it anymore while one can be a senator and still get contract for work in Ministry of health.

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      Not only in Dominica. This situation is worldwide. They could branch out into doing something else.

    • Malpardee
      August 4, 2015

      Jay u have to know somebody that know somebody. Is so they doing it.

  18. sailsbury farmer
    August 4, 2015

    We all are clueless in how to build a nation. Our elites are civil servants doing nothing, we have no educated people to create jobs . Linton and fountain should get out of politics and go raise chickens they would make more money. Fountain is making peanuts ? Why did he waste his time going to college. Fountain should have a company hiring one thousand people. Can any one tell me of any college person any where in the caribean employing 200 people if not every body is badly educated. All the colleges created is proffesional beggers to serve rich folks, and fight for power in roseau. Every body is clueless in how to create jobs. Fountain should have a venture capital firm , borrowing caribean Governments money, not begging for crumbs. Millionairs are not created by matching. Wealth is created by doing.

  19. sailsbury farmer
    August 4, 2015

    It does not sims we are able to control our selves in a civil society. We need the British to come back and make us respect our neighbours and the rule of Law. ? Why do we need police and Government to tell us what to do. We cannot even raise enough chicken to eat. We should not be wasting time having riots with police and the state. We should be busy working the land to make money to feed our family. We dont even know what we want after the British gave us independent . We as Dominicans have no purpose in life, that’s why we drink our sorrows away, what is our plan for the future. The beer, chicken, whisky, furniture , clothes, appliances , that we consume we dont even older them , who oders the cars we drive, who is the majority in the country, all we do is drink talk politics and fight, and give other people our money

  20. 007
    August 4, 2015

    Ok my people it’s time to rise up. And the best time to do it is in the next 3 day while the USA navy hospital ship is on island. Rise up people rise up.

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      Rise up and ask God for mercy to assist you to make you a patriotic D/can and more and to cease instigating lawlessness in the land.

  21. dayandnightvision
    August 4, 2015

    I thought the Parl. Rep for Salisbury didn’t get the summons?
    According to him he flatly refused to take it from the police
    And those of you who are upholding and encouraging that kind of behavior, you will end up holding the hot end of the rod
    I just cannot believe you all

    • Original Peaceful #1
      August 5, 2015

      one set of behaviour all u seeing! what about the behavior of the pm and other ministers/

  22. Rude
    August 4, 2015

    John who ARE YOU? DNO quote you as saying, He explained that he was at his sister’s home last Friday and he told the police officers that he was not interested in their summons. “I told them that I did not even want to hear them,” John stated. “I told them that everybody thought that was quiet, we were moving on …” He said the officers subsequently left. Do you have all your marbles, arrogant and ignorant is bliss. How can such lawlessness be uttered by a leader? Is that who you and your followers are? Your ethical standards are gutter worthy and rude. Are these the people who wants to be leaders of our nation?

    • %
      August 5, 2015

      @ Rude Oh you darn hypocrite,sycophant and doormat of Skerrit. Is it honourable John who told beggars like you to GO TO HELL 3times. No constitution can stop me . You are still picking crumbs from under the persons table..So idiots like you are morally empty, and should SHUT THE HELL UP,when honourable John is standing up for himself and his people.

  23. Rasta Police
    August 4, 2015

    Hector John is being lead by the people of Salisbury, a true leader would challenge the court case with his people, not sit on a side in hiding and watch. As far as i see he has abondon his people, he is like a captain that jump from a sinking ship and left his crew and passengers behind.

  24. TRUTH , No lie
    August 4, 2015

    where there is no justice, there should be no peace
    we are with you saulsbury people, All the way

  25. Jonathan st jean
    August 4, 2015

    Pm Skerritt and police chief, Carbon,it’s time to stand down.The PM caused the problem in the first place,by neglecting the people’s cry for assistance in feeder road repairs for years.For the sake of national unity,just move on. To MP Hector John and the villagers,you have shown your patriotism,and courage by putting the needs of the whole community up front.You have achieved the stature of men like Mandela,Ghandi and Martin Lither King who were charged for looking after the needs of their folk.President Bill Clinton did not turn the law against his people when they protested in Washington during a world summit nor did President Obama seek to jail the bankers responsible for the financial collapse or to prosecute Cheney and Rumsfeld.For the sake of nation building you just move on. To MP John and others who have been served summons,”there is no shame in your game”. I’m sure that PM Skerritt does not want to rule by decree,so have no fear,the rest of the world is watching.

    • Dominican
      August 5, 2015

      so that’s UWP solace? the rest of the world is watching? so long they watching and skerrit still ruling? so you all really cant do anything for yourself without the rest of the world? and now the “rest of the world” is here in the country you all crying about the reason why their helicoptors circling? Tell me which “rest of the world” care about you all stupid politics? What do you have to offer the “rest of the world” Everytime I see that nonsense about rest of the world I laugh in pity HAHAHA :mrgreen:

  26. Jane
    August 4, 2015

    The thing is they need more than 6 people to be able time make a case. S they come back for more

  27. Tampa
    August 4, 2015

    Just a reminder to the DLP government that when they were in opposition and held a protest against the DFP and blocked the road in Canefield and Loubiere, the Eugenia Charles government did not arrest or sent summons to any one of them. Why is it that the Skerrit administration feels that it has to show who is in charge by such action. I am concerned that we have a government that is becoming less tolerant of dissent This is dangerous.

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      Times have changed. People are more demanding and aggressive than previously. Therefore, it was necessary that the police were present. Did you consider if there was no police presence what could have happened? No one would have been able to pass through to go about their business, to school, work and to appointments.

  28. bumble bee
    August 4, 2015

    For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers,against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
    Salisbury the future depends on what you do today,and you have the same rights as every other Dominican.
    You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom. Malcolm X

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      Putting God in it? Even though they disobeyed authority? God does not condone disobedience, hatred and lack of peace. They denied themselves God’s blessing and peace.

      • Original Peaceful #1
        August 5, 2015

        The real facts on so inessence you are saying God does not condone what skerrit is doing? Because the pm has done all what u describe there

  29. the fly
    August 4, 2015

    sorry mistake i should have said to hector john if he is stupid or what ,..

  30. imperial prince
    August 4, 2015

    People who choose to be opressed choose so for themselves. A riot is usually defined as a violent disturbance of the peace. There were reports of stones and bottles being thrown by the salibury people, There were reports and pictures of bullet holes and expired tear gas usage. Politics is so disgusting on this island. Its not even funny. Heres the thing though: we have this education system that does not even teach the constitution. Which says many things of which both of the dominant political party’s could use to discredit each other perhaps, but also shows that the blockage of the streets is illegal, the movement of people should not be hindered.
    Workers would have a bigger impact if they not just state usually without the evidence and at times show the shortoming cof this current administration, not just state their goals but also the means of bringing it to pass. A bit of transparency. Much more can be done if both party stopped being so one dimensional.

    • imperial prince
      August 4, 2015

      Real sad seeing the current state of this island. The amount of homeless people, and youngstars by the street. Its sad that local people have so little say in the private sector, buisness with any substantial value by local people is borderline minimal. Our health system could be so much better, the buildings is not there. The arrogance of personnel. The resources and equipement is lacking. Each time some one flies off it embarrasses me. Because we are unable to provide the service. Our sports persons are not there, no world beaters. Whats wrong? Our marine life and fishermen;where is that communication and eyes on ours sailors and fisherfolk? So often people go missing, something that could be unheard of amoung our people if we only tried. The arts and music hows that going for us? Do we have any ambition to be somebody to do something, or will we keep on fighting amoung ourselves over minimal things? As an island there is none i love more,but as a collective people…..

  31. bad boy
    August 4, 2015

    I hop they don’t give up the guns the. Police left for them, that is to defend them later

  32. real possie
    August 4, 2015

    So the police came to do their job and you tell them you don’t want to see them, then you saying you was not served. A man who in parliament only in DA these things can happen, police is jokers now, damn this man above the law, and you all claim Skerritt is a dictator, SMH.

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      You noted that he is disobedient and a bad example. He does not deserve his seat as MP.

  33. sick
    August 4, 2015

    skerrit but i thought you were going to do de feeder roads in salisbury?
    before you move a finger you sending police to salisbury again!!!!!
    you trying to give de outside world a false impression of dat village.
    this DLP led by roosevelt skerrrit will live to regret this!!!!!!
    as long as you mis-step you will fall………slowly but surely.
    i prefer slowly…..i wanna see you fester!!

    • The Real Facts - ON
      August 4, 2015

      It is as if you do not know that every department has its responsibilities and a job to do.
      This is the job of the police, the DPP department. They have done their job to restore law and order. Those who caused a disturbance and defied authority must be brought to justice.

  34. MY 2cents
    August 4, 2015

    It really baffles me when i read these comments on DNO. I know we have a high percentage of illiterate people in Dominica but i just can’t believe sooo many people don’t know the difference between a protest and a riot. These fools keep using protest as an excuse when they do their nonsense and doing like people cannot protest in Dominica, which is not true. We have seen them on many occasions protest outside the financial center and other places and no police bothered them. But when you start breaking the law, damaging state property and rioting that is a different story. We really have an illiteracy problem in D/ca when even if a minority following a fool like melon head. Every time he and his gang open their mouth to me is just pure stupidity alone. D/cans time to smarten up and don’t follow failures that can’t even do nothing for themselves much less to do for us.

    • August 4, 2015

      You are right, we do have an illiteracy problem in Dominica. How else can explain why these DUMB ini Cans continue to reelect these unscrupulous band over and over again. Look at the many instances of unscrupulous deeds visited on our people.
      Size of cabinet, largest in the region per population
      Jobs at $80,000 each for 4 of his friends
      The Labor Commission issues re Hatian visas, the PM said that this was racketeering
      the $1,500,000 unexplained
      In the last 6 months the PM gave 130 of his friends duty free vehicle, estimated at $5,000,000. the increase in tax for motor vehicles will only garner $1,000.000 in a year, you are such an enlightened individual, please help me understand why only in DA that these things happen. Oh but I do know, its because we have a lot of Dumb and Dumber folks making up our population.
      What about My Dominica TradeHouse.com. all the things we are supposed to have established which are
      a bunch of baloney. keeping singing for your…

      • Ex DA Law Man
        August 5, 2015

        Could not say it better.Some people choose mental slavery over being independence.To them a few crumbs of bread is good enough as long as the same people are there.What a shame.

      • MY 2cents
        August 5, 2015

        Didn’t expect sensible responses. I have accepted Dominica has a lot of illiterates like you, the country biggest hold back.
        O and all the questions you have look in the UWP camp you will get the answers. Like for example all the poto workers supporters that working in Government office selling Haitians visas under the table. And the list goes on and on,but wicked allu workers fools wicked

    • Original Peaceful #1
      August 5, 2015

      my 2 cents, i am sorry it seems you are the one with lack of knowledge ( ignorant )

  35. Titiwi
    August 4, 2015

    Vengeful and vindictive, from the one who offers olive branches. Beware of false prophets and megalomaniacs, for whom a promise is merely a word to beguile and bamboozle.

    • the fly
      August 4, 2015

      HELLO Titiwi, when i read your comment i can see a person with LOGIC, but the rest of WORKERS supporters would just talk and write rubbish all day long it’s a disgrace ….

  36. Dean
    August 4, 2015

    What does Skerrit, Carbon and Blackmoore want or need to prove? They should leave well enough alone. A word to the wise.

    • ??
      August 4, 2015

      You do the crime to do the time!!!!! If that’s your mentality then all prisoners should be released from prison. The question is what happens when it happens a third time? I’m not sure why the police is playing games with Spags but he would have been picked up under any other civilized jurisdiction, just saying…..

      • Original Peaceful #1
        August 5, 2015

        so what about skerrit, he does not need to be picked up to

  37. King Skerrit
    August 4, 2015

    All of this dirty work is always done when Skerrit is conveniently off island. May 11th, June 11th, and now. I wonder why *rhetorical question*. What happened to the meeting SKerrit said after May 11th he was coming to keep with the farmers? What happened to the work that was to be done on the roads- he gave two of his friends to put together two little teams and they did about two days work on a section of road and then bam- work stop- no more money to pay the workers. MAGWAYSAR! Stand strong Bawi!!

    • dirtycrate
      August 4, 2015

      i honestly dont think the people from bawi did enough….but we just in the small island where once one man speaks its law….people need to learn their rights and how to move

  38. Thorbjørn Jagland
    August 4, 2015

    Laybaaaaa PoweR Good move skerro make an example of dem, protesters will think twice now, teargas, bullets and jail for dem. De Govt know what is best for everybody, whether highway tax or feeder roads. 8)

    • faceup
      August 4, 2015

      Labourite you preaching Bullets and Jail, not surprising….

    • dirtycrate
      August 4, 2015

      i wonder where u will end up tomorrow

    • a
      August 4, 2015

      please tell me you are being sarcastic

    • The Youth Have Mouth Too
      August 4, 2015

      It’s Labour* okayy. This isn’t even surprising coming from a labourite….but i wanna know what’s for breakfast, lunch and supper after September 1st….u will eat back n’ neck whole day tho! And im sure you would be talking if your boyfriend, cousin or aunty had gotten a summon….but stay there n sing for your supper still….#Bye

      • The Youth Have Mouth Too
        August 4, 2015

        wouldn’t***

    • Original Peaceful #1
      August 5, 2015

      how can a government know what is best for u? arn’t u the only person who knows what is best for u?

  39. Bull Crap
    August 4, 2015

    Seriouly…..
    You people start back with that again…

  40. August 4, 2015

    hector just shut up

  41. grell
    August 4, 2015

    Skerrit is a dictator and wants to jail citizens for speaking out and fighting for their rights,Skerrit grow up and move on,your turning our once peaceful country into turmoil,power has got to your head,but dont be afraid my people god is in control and will deliver you all free from this dictator,very soon.

    • August 5, 2015

      DNO, have you read grell comments. this is what is called mischief and gossip type contribution. It is not uplifting in any way. Just wild accusatory unfounded statement that should not be published. It is just poison in the water.

  42. linton wants to b pm
    August 4, 2015

    u r not interested ? prevent people from conducting their business and u not interested in summon?

  43. paasenger
    August 4, 2015

    Well well well what can I say but be strong.
    The gov’t intends to send a clear warning that protest is illegal and persons should seek permissio. Lol I am asking would permission be granted? It’s about time that people of Dominica look past what is visible to the naked eye and consider this an avenue for scaring the people. Then and only then will the govt feel secure when people fear for the pennies that they already do not have.
    Keep your head held high.
    Hope the officers will be served they protested as well. Lol

    • the fly
      August 4, 2015

      PAASENGER, here we go again rubbish,rubbish ignorant illiterate what is worrying people like you go out and vote no wonder linton,and his friends can you lots….

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