Daily Archives: September 10, 2010

Barbados citizens beat alleged child molester. Lost faith in police and Justice System?

Begging for mercy as the kicks and blows landed

A suspected pedophile – the alleged sex attacker of an 11 year old girl – was tied to a pole and beaten by a street crowd in Bridgetown on Wednesday until police arrived to arrest and rescue him.

The as yet unnamed man needed medical attention and is apparently still assisting the police with their investigations.

Ian Bourne at The Bajan Reporter posted an uncensored video of the incident that shows the suspect tied up and members of the large crowd punching and kicking him at various times even though he was not resisting or attempting to leave. The man can be heard begging for mercy. Continue reading


Filed under Barbados, Crime & Law, Culture & Race Issues, Police

Barbados silent about China kidnapping, forcing late term abortions, sterilizations on 7000 women

Blind lawyer & human rights activist Chen Guangcheng released to house arrest after 4 years jail.

In 2005 a blind, self-taught country lawyer named Chen Guangcheng filed a class action lawsuit against Communist party officials in his area who used kidnapping and violence to force 7000 women to have late term abortions and sterilizations. He exposed an abortion and sterilization quota system in the Chinese government.

The Chinese government’s response was predictable and the “enemy of the people” was sent to prison for 4 years and 3 months for organising a crowd to block traffic. The communist fascists just released him but under house arrest – presumably for years more, and perhaps for the rest of his life.

Barbados news media censors human rights stories to keep those free China trips coming! Continue reading


Filed under Abortion, Barbados, China, Freedom Of The Press, Human Rights, Politics, Religion, Slavery