by BFP |
February 27, 2015 · 9:04 pm
Drug dealers, corrupt politicians and bad cops
Who made this list?
Sheri Veronica, that’s who. And she ties it to vote buying in Barbados elections.
That woman has stones.
And she’s pretty too!
Sheri Veronica’s blog: Barbados: Bad cops, Corrupt politicians and drug lords
Filed under Barbados, Corruption, Crime & Law, Police, Political Corruption, Politics & Corruption
Tagged as Barbados, Barbados Police, Barbados Police Corruption, Corrupt Politicians, Drug Wars, Sheri Veronica
6 responses to “The List: major drug dealers in Barbados who work with corrupt police, politicians”
For such a small island you sure do have some very bad corruption in high places. No wonder the numbers of tourists have dropped. Illegal drugs – selling and addiction – breeds crime- which results in murders and mugging – and tourists get killed too. Not as bad as in Jamaica or Bahamas or Trinidad – but no longer is Barbados the ‘Little England in the Caribbean’ that tourists from the UK and USA seek. Your loss.
I was on holiday in Barbados 2 years ago and everywhere my children went in Holetown they were offered every kind of drug going. I wrote to the Nation and said the only way this could happen right under the noses of the police with a major station right there was if the police were involved. Looks like it is true!
The people of B’dos always realise this was the norm. There is a famous politician who was caught with a bag of money at an airport, and the word on the street is, it was drug money in that bag, he was the courier, even some of the officers know about this man and his role in it.
@Bajan abroad…February 28, 2015 at 1:09 pm…”I was on holiday in Barbados 2 years ago and everywhere my children went in Holetown they were offered every kind of drug going.”
I’ve lived in Barbados for almost 70 years and I’ve NEVER been offered drugs.
Nobody has offered me any for free.
Nobody has offered to sell me any.
In addition nobody has ever offered to buy my vote
Just my bad luck eh!
Simple Simon, you are so aptly named, you simple sod. Because it didn’t happen to you means its not prevalent? Guess you’re never too old to be stupid, eh?