Police Investigation Continues Into Threats

June 28, 2019 | 5 Comments

The police said they continue to “conduct inquiries into social media comments currently in circulation that threaten or suggest violence towards the LGBTQ community.”

“Acting Detective Inspector Derek Berry has been identified as the single point of contact for anyone that wishes to report communications or interactions that threaten or suggest violence towards the LGBTQ community.

“Acting Detective Inspector Berry can be contacted on 717-2072 or via his e-mail dberry@bps.bm.”

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  1. P aul says:

    We have more important issues to deal with people.. who cares who loves each other,it does not have any effect on your life. be concerned about your health care costs and the new taxes we will have to pay, there is so much we should be concerned about,you are going to see a few more companies leave the Island,concentrate on the inportant things to talk about.

  2. legalgal says:

    A starting point may be the various public web chats. Plenty of homophobic hate on there. (Just treat it like race hate statements and that’ll be a start.)

  3. Triangle Drifter says:

    It should not be too difficult to chase down who is who online.

  4. Charlly X says:

    Shame we live in a time of legal sodem and gamorah . But I leave the judgement to Jehovah . Same way about the legal theft of money from people by the banks and business . Miscellaneous fees . Over charges . Been going on before my birth n long after my death . I guess that’s why we pray for our tresspassers as well as ourselves !

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