Minister “Shocked & Outraged” By Violent Attack

February 6, 2022 | 8 Comments

After visiting the scene of the stabbing incident on Parson’s Road, Minister of National Security Renee Ming said, “I am shocked and outraged at what is the second violent attack on a person to take place this week.”

This follow after a 14-year-old male was ”brutally attacked by two males on a motorcycle” on Friday morning, with the police releasing the image below of the suspects.

Suspects Bermuda Feb 2022

Minister Ming said, “While I am glad that this stabbing incident has not resulted in an unspeakable tragedy, I want to convey to the young man and his family, you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.

“I want to reassure the public that the Bermuda Police Service and the Ministry of National Security take this matter very seriously, as we do all acts of heinous violence.

“I will reiterate until I have no voice left that we cannot break this cycle of violence without your help. We must stand together against violence if we are to see an end to these senseless acts. I implore the Bermuda public, if you know something, you must say something if we want to see positive change. The persons responsible for this attack must be brought to justice.”

“If you were in the area of Parson’s Road and it is a certainty that people were travelling past the bus stop on their way to work, please call the Police. The smallest detail could make a difference in this and any investigation.”

The Ministry of National Security reminds the public that they can assist anonymously on the confidential Crime Stoppers Hotline on 800-8477 or dial 211 or the main police number on 295-0011.

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  1. Truth is killin’ me… says:

    I will say this again Renee. You need to ban tinted visors NOW! These criminals think they are invisible by wearing tinted visors. And once they’re banned if a patrol car sees somebody wearing a tinted visor then STOP them because they are using a banned helmet and up to NO GOOD!!

    • Moojun says:

      And when the perpetrators of these crimes simply switch to wearing sunglasses and scarves, what then? Ban those items too?

      Banning tinted visors is about as effective as being ‘Shocked and Outraged’ or offering ‘thoughts and prayers’. It’s nothing more than a placebo response. We’re literally being laughed at by the criminal element when they here these ‘solutions’.

      If someone wants someone dead, they’re not going to change their mind because tinted visors have been banned.

      We need real solutions, and Renee and the Pastor clearly have none that work.

  2. Naa yaa bullcrapping says:

    Renee is full of it. I can’t even anymore, she needs to resign immediately. She is just a waste of taxpayers dollars. We never saw this back in the 80’s and 90’s . I hate to say it, and I’m black – we need the UBP back in power. Stop all this friends and family crap – I’m done. At least them lot at UBP made sure de whole island had work and de police were foreigners – you know why? Because the local police are too scared to even deal with the crap. STOP DE NONSENSE PLP! Where are ya tweed? Where are ya Furbert? Our young black men need you more than ever now !

  3. wahoo says:

    If we have a government that are “above the law” why can’t the rest of us be lawless?

  4. Okay says:

    Most of us are not surprised, get your head out of the sand

  5. Dunn juice says:

    Really if your suprised at this I guess you haven’t yet figured the money being paid to the pastor isn’t working.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      I’d say that we need a few more details before all becoming delirious like over the Saltus incident , eh ?

  6. SMH says:

    Shocked, I guess she’s been living on another planet. Why is it that the first thing coming out of some mouths is ban this ban that. SMH!

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