Nassau, Bahamas — Bahamas Press took note of Wednesday’s front page story in The Nassau Guardian, entitled, “Police call for backup at Central” (on Saturday, Oct.23). The gist of the article states that on Saturday (Oct. 23), a man showed up at Central Station demanding to know why his girlfriend was being held in custody. The man became increasingly hostile while in Central Station, hence the policewomen, on duty at the time, were intimidated to the point that they called for backup. That is the long and short of the Guardian’s story.
Bahamas Press once again cries shame on the wultess media, in this case, The Guardian, for labeling the man an “alleged” drug dealer, when it is widely accepted that the man, is a drug dealer—his name Steven “Die” Stubbs.
Bahamas Press also considers him to be, Public Enemy # 1 when it comes to terrorizing the police or the public in the presence of the police! And it seems that Stubbs also has at least one ‘terror-disciple’, keeping the police and the public on pins and needles, daily, around Central Station and Bank Lane— she goes by the name of Carolyn Pinder. She can be found five days a week by the Supreme Court. In fact she recently brought her own chair to be more comfortable!
Bahamas Press is in the process of ascertaining whether this is the same Carolyn Pinder, who is presently out on bail for murder (just like ‘Die’ Stubbs) and has a sister that lives in Nassau Village? Unlike the wutless media, Bahamas Press finds it of utmost importance for the safety of the police and the public to ascertain if the Carolyn Pinder, who loiters around The Supreme Court, is out on bail for murder. For if she is that Carolyn Pinder–then we are well on our way to “The Twilight Zone” because she claims to be a bail bondsman!
Bahamas Press wonders how a murder suspect can be a bail bondsman and in this particular case, Carolyn Pinder, who two weeks ago was with ‘Die’ Stubbs’ brother by the prison bus at Central—and when he yelled to Raphael Neymour (a suspect on the bus) that he hope he gets bail, so he could kill him when he gets out—there was this Carolyn Pinder chiming in and saying, that she will even give him bail, so he could be killed!
Bahamas Press advises the public to stay tuned!
i give dis punk til new years he’ll be in da same place where DONKEY is….the right cop jus ain’t catch up wit him yet..trust me he gat it coming & he’s gonna get it baddd!!!da streets fed up wit dis punk!!!!
The ranks of our lawyers and magistrates need spring-cleaning! Too many criminals in the system.
THIS ************** NEED HIS BALLS CUT OUT! THE COURT NEED TO SEN HIM HOME IN HIS 8 BY 10 FOR GOOD CAUSE THE POLICE IS DOIN THERE JOB THESE LAWYER IS ALL BOUT THE CASH TO GO TO COURT WITH THIS *** SEN HIS LAWYER TO JAIL TO CAUSE HE KNOW WHAT THIS *** IS DOIN AID AND ABETMENT SAME TIME SAME CRIME
let me at him…one shot that all i need, valdez is coming stubbie
I have never heard of such horse DUNG in all my life. How in the hell did this group get soo much power over the police and the courts?
they need to deal with this young man,this is not jamaica where drug thugs rule and have no respect for law and order the next time he threatens a police officer i hope the police shoot his ***.
Yea then when the police shoot him there will be a huge public outcry of excessive force, renegade cops etc etc etc.
The courts just need to do their job and keep this man behind bars before some scared cop or civillian puts a bullet in his head……
Are you saying the drug thugs here don”t rule, and they respect the law?
This is serious. How can the police be afriad of one man?
they need to run that AIDS-infected tramp from bay street
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