JUSTICE MUST BE SERVED FOR WINSTON PATRICK DAVID BROWN!
Ah what a day! What a day! The rabid feast on honey. The sick prey on the strong, the weak overpower the healthy, and the poor seize the wealth of the rich. Imagine that. Men of little worth who somehow attract the attention and love of women, who, other than their gullibility to believe the rats, who are worth more than their weight in gold, must dignify themselves at the expense of our mothers, sisters and potential wives. And those of us who delight in watching, enjoying and condemning the hapless victim have little shame, no compassion, and no morals ourselves, and so like the scum who ridicules a woman who trusted him, we have little value. For we take pleasure in the wickedness done to others, victimize the victim all over again and then beat our chest at how righteous we are. Hypocrites and fools. Do we stop to think it could have been my daughter, my mother, my sister or my wife? What a day, when men find pleasure in the demise of their women folk. A nation on the brink of moral collapse, not because of what the victim did or did not do but because of our attitude in glorifying the victimizer by our response to his actions. Ah what a day! - John Joseph The IMPACS Mystery
It is obvious that the noose of IMPACS is tightening. - Richard
Tim Was Left No Choice! How did Red got involved in that? Is Red the management of Choice? When one has a job, one must conform to management, because they are the ones paying you. I do not know the story behind Tim; maybe it was something he did wrong or some disagreement he had with management. Please let us stop assuming and injecting politics into that. – Sigerbert Degazon Tim is a champion, who dances to his own tune. Sometimes you have to take a stand. Good job Tim. – Sara Dupres - Kashima Alfred Editor’s note: I am not sure which “star” you are referring to here Kashima, but I would like to think that Tim will most certainly see better days under the sun, moon and, ah yes, the stars. Stay tuned!
Winston Patrick David Brown, son of prominent local civil engineer Pat Brown, became Saint Lucia’s seventh homicide in the year 2013. The lifeless body of the 41-year-old was discovered in a refrigerator at his home in Rodney Bay on 15th April, 2013. Exactly three years later no justice has been served for the gruesome murder of Winston Brown.
The family of the late Winston Brown is not giving up and is pleading to families who have been affected by horrific crime to not allow those cases to get cold. Wendy Brown, sister of the deceased, and family are patiently waiting and hoping that the island’s controversial forensic lab will aid in seeking justice for the murder of her dear brother.
“Winston was one of the most peaceful, non-violent persons I have ever known so he surely did not deserve that torture and violence which led to his death.
“The whole of Rodney Bay was deeply saddened by my brother’s sudden, violent death and I want to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for all the condolences and support that my family has received from friends, relatives and the public. I will not give up until justice has been found for the murder of Winston.”
The late Winston Brown.