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Running from the Wrath of Man

Kenroy Marshall Despite the destructive fury of the Soufriere Hills Volcano on Montserrat’s capital city of Plymouth on July 18, 1995, Kenroy Marshall who came under the scrutiny of Law enforcement, seemingly felt more comfortable that he had the “...ability and agility in escaping molten rocks” with mechanisms for coping with spewed volcanic ash.

He had chosen this course than to be held by Law enforcement and placed on remand at the nation’s lone over-crowded penal institution, reportedly plagued with troubling intolerable dehumanized conditions. This institution was officially named “...Her Majesty’s Prison,” but more popularly called by citizens and institutionalized inmates as “...1735.” The year of the institution’s establishment was distinctly marked over the main gate and pronounced by its brightly painted “...inaccessible and inescapable Red Metal Door.” Like every law abiding citizen and those not so law abiding, Kenroy Marshall had no desire of being isolated from the rest of society for a gruesome crime or offences he may not have committed. Even though speculation was rife, “...Prima Facie evidence” to link him to committed acts of criminality was woefully lacking. It still remains unclear as to the reasons he has run. However, he may have known that under prevailing circumstances, whether from that which may have had serious implications for his “...physical safety or his liberty,” where danger was imminent, running was optional. Thus, “...any port for a storm.”


LIBERTY RUN

That was the moment of decision and determination in maintaining his “...Liberty.” Maintaining alertness, agility and fitness, he had a resolve in remaining “...a free man” for as long as his elusive exploits allowed. Kenroy Marshall may have been cognizant of the philosophical approach to life by Sir Mac Lean Emmanuel, ‘King Short Shirt,’ who, in one of his social commentaries, stressed “...Give me Liberty or give me Death.” He ran for Liberty.  Leaving the personnel standing at his front door in total embarrassment and bewilderment, he had dashed to the nearby bushes for cover [December 2012]. Law enforcement personnel appeared to have ignored an important part of their basic training ´...Beware of Subterfuge (trick).” Such training was designed for personnel to be “...constantly mindful of eventualities; ...Ensuring officer safety; ...Survivability against surprised violent attacks and Escape prevention.”

SPELLBOUND AND EMBARRASSED

Not knowing three questionable charges would have been slapped against him, Kenroy Marshall had taken off from VC Bird International Airport with thrust and speed, comparable to LIAT’S  earlier fleet of“...Short take off/landing Dash-8 aircrafts.” Though not actually airborne, he eventually landed on the French island of Guadeloupe, reportedly en route to the United States. That run had surprisingly left “...two seemingly inexperienced Police escorts” from neighboring Montserrat flat-footed, virtually spelledbound and embarrassed. Such run may have been reminiscent of a sprint performed at the 2012 London Olympics by Jamaican and International sprint star Usain Bolt. The only notable feature that may have been missing was Lightening (Bolt’s nickname) and his celebratory antics.

THIRD PARTY ACCUSERS

When individuals speak to being wrongfully implicated in criminal acts invariably, they are speaking to experiences of being spitefully victimized by “...third-party accusers.” These are the people-with vindictiveness and vengeance saturating their hearts and showing “...propensities for perpetrating falsehood and/or baseless accusations” against them. These are not only bad for good human relations, but run counter to the Ninth Commandment [Exodus: 20:16]. This usually means hostile confrontations, bitter quarrels and frictional fights. When suspects speak to being “...accused, framed and innocently charged,” they are speaking to the unscrupulous behaviors of “...Rogue or Corrupt Cops.” In such circumstances, they may be regarded as “...breaches of the Oath of office; ...professional Code of conduct; ...public trust and confidence. Such behaviors were most likely to result in “...Travesties of Justice.” Thus, when the innocent is prosecuted and cries for Justice are sounded, revelations of the Facts and there were manifestations of the Truth, likened to those in captivity, “...judicial prudence and Justice” dictates that the Courts shall set them Free.

CASE ON POINT

A celebrity case on point was that involving the “...murder trial of O.J. Simpson and the suspicious professional exploits of Los Angeles Police Detective Mark Fuhrman.” This partially surrounded the integrity of a “...bloody unfittable glove” [Cop under Siege: 1994/1995] and racial comments allegedly made by him. There was as much drama as there was consternation in the widely publicized trial. Emanating from the proceedings was leading Defence attorney Johnnie Cochran’s [Oct. 2, 1937- March 29, 2005] famous submission “...If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit.” The Jury, seemingly having serious reservations about Mark Fuhrman’s testimony and with obvious empathy, gave the benefit of the doubt to a seemingly “...Not Innocent O.J.” Ironically, though not for “...evidence tampering,” Fuhrman, a Caucasian, was found guilty of “...Lying under oath” for allegedly making insensitive racial comments (nigger) during his tenure. His professional career disappointedly ended with conviction of Perjury [LECTLAW: Oct. 2, 1996].

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION

Falsely accused and “...Maliciously Prosecuted” for being in possession of a non-existent Firearm, when defendant Kenroy Marshall appeared before Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh on May 24, 2013, the Complaint filed against him was judicially dismissed for “ ...Want of Prosecution.” It was not necessarily due to the absence of a Case File or unavailability of a Police Prosecutor, but as a result of the “...Non-existence of the most crucial part of the evidence-“...the Firearm.” Thus, such had resulted from lack of evidence. It therefore begs the fundamental question “...How was it possible to arrest a defendant without seizing a firearm from him?” He had been “...wrongfully accused; ...hastily arrested; ...apparently framed; ...falsely charged and maliciously prosecuted.” Despite his miseries, he had, nonetheless, avoided a “...Travesty of Justice.” This was primarily due to the alertness of the Magistracy and the application of the maxim “...It is better to let one hundred guilty men to go free than to punish ‘ONE’ innocent man.”

O.J. SIMPSON’S PRINCIPLE

A particular maxim was applicable “...He who asserts must prove.” The applicability of the O. J. Simpson Principle in the notorious “...Possession of Firearm Charge” against Kenroy Marshall, was appropriate. Law enforcement could adduced no “...prima facie evidence” in substantiating the charge. Worst yet, they could produce no unlicensed firearm. None was seized. Kenroy Marshall may have reasons to believe that he was placed in positions of distress being “...Wrongfully identified as a suspect in a heinous crime; ...Falsely arrested; ...Maliciously prosecuted; ...Suffered indignities; ...Public ridicule; ...Deprivation of liberty; ...Restrictions on freedom of movement and inconvenience; while unlawfully detained at penal institutions or Detention Centers in “...Montserrat, United States and Antigua and Barbuda.” In the ensuing proceedings, Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh was judicially bound to dismiss that which may have been ill-conceived, irrational and suggestive of “...Abuse of the Court’s process.”

IMMIGRATION POWER

The accompaniment of Kenroy Marshall by “...two Law enforcement personnel from Montserrat, and two US Marshalls from the United States, supported assertions that he may have been unlawfully detained. In actuality, his forced return was reportedly made at the “...behest or request” of Law enforcement. It is instructive to note that the “ ...exercise of powers under Section ‘3’ of the Immigration and Passport Act, Chapter 208, no longer resides with a Commissioner of Police, acting in the capacity of Chief Immigration Officer. Such Department had long been “...Civilianized” and removed from Law enforcement [No. 2 of 1999].

ROLE AND FUNCTIONS

The Immigration Department specifically deals with the “...movement of people” through the Sea/Airports-Entry/Exit.” Thus, it provides “...administrative responsibilities and enforcement, with powers that reside and exercisable only by the “...Chief Immigration Officer. Section 2 of the Amendments states “...Subject to the directions of the Minister, the Chief Immigration Officer (CIO) shall administer and ‘ENFORCE’ this Act.” Hence, its role and functions were separate and distinct to that of the Law enforcement agency.  Seemingly with such apparent “...Enforcement Intrusion” with an ignominious Immigration Charge dangling over the head of Kenroy Marshall, since the Complaint stands not in the name of the “CIO,” it was likely to suffer similar fate to the “...Escaping Custody and Possession of Firearm charges.

ARMED AND DANGEROUS

In the mindboggling dash from his Jennings home, identified as a suspect, he had left an apparent “...in-alert and lackluster” contingent of a negligible number, surprisingly, less than the fingers of one hand. For a suspect Law enforcement had subsequently, but frighteningly warned members of the public and the wider community as being “...Armed and Dangerous,” the operational failure appeared smacking of miserability and unprofessionalism. Ironically, while Law enforcement reportedly stood expectedly at the front door, he had “...negated hot pursuit” by making a stunning and unnoticeable escape at the back door of his dwelling house. Such in, and of itself, suggested a disappointingly planned and/or executed operation for a person being sought and so frighteningly described.

THE WRATH OF MAN

Apparently prompted by an event of grave and predictable consequences,” on his forced return from Montserrat, Kenroy Marshall reportedly made a spectacular dash from the VC Bird International Airport on Sunday, December 23, 2012 [Caribarena: Dec. 24, 2012]. Little did he know that on his forced return the United States, he had incurred the unexpected wrath of Law enforcement with the institution of three charges, unconnected to that Law enforcement had suspected. These include (i) ...Escaping from Custody that was clearly not lawful; (ii) ...Possession of a Firearm, evidence had not shown he had possessed in actuality, constructively or was under his control and Failing to report to Immigration. Would it be justified beating a Jack ass to death that had refused to drink water having been forcibly taken to the pond? Conversely, “...Would it be justified in penalizing a man who was “...forcibly restrained and escorted” by Law enforcement to a place he had no desire to enter?” Then clearly making “...Mockery of Law,” he was charged with “...FAILING TO REPORT TO IMMIGRATION.” This had been added to his woes following two desperate runs and attempts to stay out of his nation- Antigua and Barbuda. Until the contrary is proved, inferentially, this was a suspect “...Running From the clutches of the Law or the Wrath of Man.”

FIGMENT OF IMAGINATION

A gruesome discovery had been made at Tristan Alley on Friday May 5, 2012. Two bullet-riddled bodies of two nationals of the Commonwealth of Dominica “...resident Alwyn Robin 34 and visitor Alex Riviere 32” were found in “...human blood” in a dwelling house in the quiet residential community of Cedar Valley. Suspicions were belatedly focused upon Marshall after Law enforcement had focused on two other suspects in the “...execution-styled murders.” Law enforcement then shifted investigative attention to his “...Elusive Exploits,” warning the citizenry of “...guns and danger.” Bulletined a suspect in a “...double-homicide,” Law enforcement warned citizens that Kenroy Marshall was “...Armed and Dangerous.” In the absence of “...reasonable suspicion,” this was more of “...Figment of Imagination” than it was of reality. Investigators had no evidence that he had murdered anyone; neither were there evidence that he was SEEN in possession of a firearm and/or ammunition. Moreover, there was no seizure of any such weapon from him.

UNSCRUPULOUS BEHAVIOR

Though it may have been viewed as an administrative error of judgment, accounting for his stewardship of the agency and apparent mild censorship of personnel for the prosecutorial glitch,” credit may be given to Commissioner Vere Browne for his public-spirited forthrightness in recognizing “...investigative and procedural flaws in the sensitive “...Kenroy Marshall Affair.” Most profoundly, however, was his unequivocal acknowledgment of the “...Court’s Decision.” Situationally, that which had manifested may have been attributable either to personnel over exuberance, lack of professional knowledge, supervisory guidance or instituted by those “...Void of Scruples and Ethics.” Consequently, “...if future repetitions may be averted; ...citizen’s fears may be allayed; ...confidence restored or strengthened; ...mutual respect be developed; ...harmonious relations and partnerships are to be built, then surely, these may very well be areas for serious administrative attention and requisite remedial action.

POLICE POWERS

Irrefutably, wide powers of “...arrest, detention, stop and search,” reside with every member of the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda (RPFAB). These powers are exercisable statutorily and conditionally, under “...Section 22 of the Police Act, Chapter 330, and those provided at Common Law.” With clarity of purpose and intent, the Section states “...It shall be lawful for any Police Officer (excluding Traffic Wardens) to arrest without a warrant “...Any person whom he suspects upon reasonable ground of having committed a felony.” When the Law speaks to felonies, these are criminal acts triable by “...Judge and Jury.” In order of seriousness and/or gravity, these crimes include “...Treason: ...Murder (malice aforethought): ...Manslaughter (without malice); ...Serious wounding or Grievous bodily harm; ... (gun/sharp implement/arson/corrosive substance/hot water); ...Rape; ...Robbery ...massive fraud; ...Corrupt Practices, including ...Malfeasance or Misbehavior in Public Office.” Consequent upon these powers, Law enforcement may question any person whether or not suspected of the commission of a crime from whom they believed “...useful information may be obtained.” 

THE 5 W’S AND H

In crime Detection, it was the training and experience that a person’s conduct may give rise for Law enforcement personnel to entertain “...reasonable suspicion” that he has committed a crime or was about to commit one. These were basic instructional lessons taught to every personnel at the initial stage of Law enforcement training. Thus, the investigative process begins with those with “...inquisitive minds and good powers of observation.” Thus, the observant Law enforcement personnel, shall ascertain what, if any, criminal act/s in satisfaction of the “...5 W’s and H.” These include; (I) ...What happen; (II) ...Where did it happen; (III) ...when did it happen... (IV) ...why did it happen and (V) ...how did it happen; (VI) ...who did it?” Law enforcement appeared not able to come up with answers to these questions in pinning the suspect to the heinous crime. Nine months later the case remains unsolved. There need not be a preponderance of evidence. However, Law enforcement shall be satisfied that there is availability, reasonability and justifiability and sufficiency of “...prima facie evidence” that may determine “...Arrest or Detention.” Such evidence shall not be “...manufactured in desperation and/or implanted out of expediency in satisfaction of an urge to prosecute, as to render those decisions “...uninformed; ...unsafe and/or detrimental to the liberty and freedom of movements of the innocent and/or otherwise, law abiding citizens.

IMMIGRATION AND PASSPORT ACT

When the Immigration and Passport Act, Chapter 208 was enacted by the British in 1945 and became effective on January 10, 1946, it was not intended to control the movement of nationals of  Antigua and Barbuda within its “ ...Land, Sea and Airspaces.” The Constitution Order of 1981 made this abundantly clear, stating at Section ‘8’ “...A person SHALL not be deprived of his freedom of movement, that is to say, the right to move freely throughout Antigua and Barbuda; ...the right to reside in any part of Antigua and Barbuda; the right to enter Antigua and Barbuda; ...the right to LEAVE Antigua and Barbuda and immunity from expulsion.” The Constitution also provides for several restrictive conditions under which these rights might be denied, including matters affecting “...Defence; ...Public Safety or Public Order; Public morality; ...Public Health” on the order of the Court. The Immigration Act speaks to “...Citizen,” as “...A person who is a citizen of Antigua and Barbuda by virtue of Chapter VIII of the provisions of the Constitution Order 1981; ...Immigrant, as “...A person who enters Antigua and Barbuda from a place outside Antigua and Barbuda, whether for the first or other subsequent time” [Immigration & Passport Act]. An Alien is also described as “...A person who is not a Commonwealth citizen or British protected person [British Nationality Act 1948]. Instead, the Act was intended primarily for “...Border Control,” such as those existing between the “...United States and Mexico or Canada and the United States,” the African and South American continents; ...European community and other nations across the globe.

PARLIAMENTARY MISCHIEF

Such Border control was to ensure that only “...national quotas of bona fide immigrants” were allowed entry into the particular country or countries.” If it were not so, then there may have been no “...Immigration and Customs Departments” for passengers-nationals and bona fide visitors/immigrants” to complete the necessary formalities in facilitating legal entry/departure from Antigua and Barbuda. Thus, the “... Mischief Aimed” by Parliament was that there shall be no “...free-for-all- travel by immigrants that (i) “...may become public charge; (ii) ...deem undesirables; ...persona non-grata; ...prohibited immigrants or (iii) or suffering with a contagious disease or those who were likely to “...incite public disorder or State insurrection.” Kenroy Marshall was not so categorized.

ARBITRARY ARREST/DETENTION

While some situations may dictate otherwise, acting contrary to Law and without justification, may lend credence to Article 13 (2) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It states “...Everyone has the right to leave ANY country, including his own and to return to his country.” Likened to the Constitution Order 1981, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights through ‘Article 9’ states “...No one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention and exile” [1948]. It would seem that when Kenroy Marshall voluntarily left his nation and forcibly returned, an arbitrary process may have been employed by Law enforcement, even though he had violated no Immigration Laws. Consequently, it would appear that he owed no obligation to submit to an Immigration Officer. Marshall appeared not to have fallen in the respective categories of “...Immigrant or Alien.” Unlike other nationalities, a bona fide citizen may not be subjected to the rigidity of such control. In other words, with his Antigua and Barbuda Passport, he would not be required to provide (i)...a return ticket; (ii) ...means of sustenance; (iii) ...persons or place of accommodation or (iv) ...given specific time of departure.” Evidence would show that he had in fact “...Ran away twice from Antigua and Barbuda.” Except for certain inter-agency collaborative reason/s, such may have been of negligible significance to local Immigration authority on his return.

FORCED ENTRY

Thus, Kenroy Marshall had neither “...voluntarily travelled back to his country of domicile, nor had he “...Illegally Entered” his native country.  He was forcibly brought back to Antigua and Barbuda against his will. Those who may have “...Illegally Entered” at places not declared ports of entry, shall have been in violation of the Immigration and Passport and/or Customs Management Acts. As in the “...unfortunate experiences” with sacked Commissioner of Police Gary Nelson [May 31, 2011], in which Immigration records seemed not to have reflected his arrival, Marshall’s departure from “...Antigua and Barbuda to Montserrat, Guadeloupe and the United States” may also not reflected. Notwithstanding, this unique case of “...Forced Entry,” it is to be understood that under “...normal travel arrangements,” the Immigration and Passport Act imposes a duty upon “...citizens, residents, bona fide visitors, including “...non-bona fide travelers” to submit themselves to an Immigration Officer only at the legitimate ports of entry [Cap. 208: Sec. 14].

CONCLUSION

Though deemed “...Armed and Dangerous,” Kenroy Marshall, showing no such propensity toward lethal acts of violence had regained his “...Liberty and Freedom,” but chances are, with such bad publicity and tarnished character, these may only be enjoyed within the national border. Additionally, there has been no evidence that he was involved in that which Law enforcement may have suspected, seemingly, “...without reasonable grounds.” There may be lessons from this fiasco. That which had led to his (i) ...Detention on Montserrat and forced repatriation; (ii) ...Arrest in the United States and forced repatriation might be seen as ILLEGAL; (iii) ...Arrest on trumped-up Firearm and Escaping Custody charges-IRRATIONAL; and the dangling charge of “ ...Failing to Report to Immigration,” seemed procedurally, highly IRREGULAR. Consequently, he might successfully argue that he had been wrongfully, if not victimizingly placed before the Magistracy. Thus, it may seem that these apparent professional glitches may have implications for the “...image and reputation of the agency; ...public trust and confidence and the possibility of litigious costly compensatory consequences.”

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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#15 Fed Up » 2013-06-06 10:39

if they going to give him a polygraph test then give one to every police oifficer, custom's officer, immigration officer, coast guard officer and politician to see what shenanigans they have also been up to !!!!
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#14 SlyThatGuy » 2013-06-04 10:02

Thank for calling me foolish because I don't see eye to eye with you on this issue. What do you want me to do,say he is guilty with absolutely no evidence linking him to the crime? No,I won't do that. I prefer being a "SIMPLETON."
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#13 judge not » 2013-06-04 09:33

why is it marshall have to do a lie detector test? is there any link whatsoever with marshall and the victims, as to oj simpson there was a link to the victims
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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#12 Observer 2 » 2013-06-04 09:13

TO-SLY-THAT-GUY. Mr. Pompey in a comment some time ago made reference to some bloggers who from their comments appears to be what he refers to as "SIMPLETONS", I can now understand why he would have come to that conclusion.
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#11 SlyThatGuy » 2013-06-03 23:32

Observer, All I'm gonna say in response to your question is this: The judge and juries are not interested in the fact that Kenroy ran from the police(the reason he ran is not what he was being tried for). At the end of the day,all they're interested in is the evidence. Without the evidence to link him to the crime,it was best the police didn't ever bother chasing him half way around the world. Yes, I believe the police is responsible because they are the caretakers and have access to the house,and because people don't normally look at a police as suspects,they see him as witness.
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LIBERTY OR DEATH

#10 RAWLSTON POMPEY » 2013-06-03 19:20

CIROC,
As to the quote " ...Give me liberty or give me death," Patrick Henry former Governor of Virginia was undeniably the author. That was due to his experiences in America.

However, Sir Mac Lean's social commentary referencing it speaks to such " ...PHILOSOPHY" seemingly based on his own experiences within his beloved nation Antigua and Barbuda.

Marshall's adversities forcing him to flee, perhaps from incarceration or attacks on his life, speaks to his desire to enjoy his " ...liberty over death," even if he had to " ...RUN FOR IT."
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Procedural Indifference

#9 Terminator » 2013-06-03 19:13

Mr Pompey thank you very much for your valiant attempt in defending my Civil Liberties and that of all citizens of Antigua and Barbuda as well as guest. Your response is well taken. However, I continue to opine that Mr Marshall should do a lie detector test to vindicate himself from all charges of a double murder and so should OJ Simpson.

Let us not negate the substantive relevance of the issues you raised as it relates to the importance of following Proper Procedures; to the irrelevant issue as to who has the right to act as judge and jury to Mr Marshalls innocence or guilt.

You as Ex-Commissioner should challenge Comissioner Vere Browne to present to the public the facts as to why he should not tender his resignation. It is in this forum that your knowledge/experience would be best served. This case reeks of Police misbehavior,of suspicion of cover up and most of all of Procedural Indifference. It is why the accused escaped it is why the accused appears to be framed. Someone must give account how and why this happened. You and I Mr Pompey will never be safe unless we make these demands, not from Police or Murderers.
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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#8 Observer 2 » 2013-06-03 17:19

Dr. Cort wants polygraph test for new recruits who want to become police officers, lets put the polygraph equipment to use for criminals and suspects and we will see how well Mr. Marshal will do when tested. The only persons who seems not to know who are involved in the double murder is the double Olympian in athletics and swimming, His accomplice who was brought back with him from Montserrat and the one who was refusing to have his finger print taken by the police. Every body else knows except them.
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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#7 LadyLuck » 2013-06-03 17:19

"spelled-bound" Really Caribarena? Please explain what this means because I haven't a clue. :o
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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#6 CIROC » 2013-06-03 15:42

"Give me Liberty or give me death" Patrick Henry.Credit Patrick Henry not Short Shirt for that quote.This man Marshall is teflon,nothing sticks.
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NO SYMPATHY/EMPATHY

#5 RAWLSTON POMPEY » 2013-06-03 14:17

My Friend Terminator,
Perhaps, there is something you are aware of that most of us do not know. Do not know Marshall; ...never met or interact with him; ...holds no brief and entertained no EMPATHY. Have some knowledge/experience of the subject matter.

This commentary is not about extending " ...sympathy" to Kenroy Marshall. It is about attempting to provide an understanding of the investigative functions of Law enforcement and gathering of evidence.

Had it been the experiences of the " ...Terminator" or any other person, the same observations would have been made. There are two particular paragraphs you may wish to revisit; " ...UNSCRUPULOUS BEHAVIOR and ...THE 5 W'S AND H."

These speak to the Commissioner's acknowledgments and what Law enforcement ought to find, first " ...answers" and most critically " ...EVIDENCE." Without the latter " ...Guilty men shall walk Free."

What if " ...Terminator was arrested and charged with " ...Possession of an illegal Firearm that he never had or Police never seized?" Would that make Terminator guilty merely because he was SUSPECTED of robbery?"
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RE: Running from the Wrath of Man

#4 Observer 2 » 2013-06-03 12:51

Does that make sense too you, "SLY-THAT-GUY".... Lets look at the events. The police came to your house, without knowing what they wanted you jump through a window and make good your escape. A police bulletining went out for you to come in, you then fled the scene to a next country. You were returned, in Houdini style you took off again to another country then finally ended up in the USA. Who are you-all trying to fool. An innocent man does not go to those extreme. Tell me where the ex-cops fit into that scenario, because they are care takers of the house as you say?
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Procedural Indifference

#3 Terminator » 2013-06-03 12:35

Mr Pompey made some invaluable points again as usual. The most distinct when surmised is the Procedural Indifference of the Administration in all quarters. This practice will continue to hamper our people in all areas. Pompey has outlined some things that may very well be a conspiracy to frame an individual; or Procedural Indifference which will make a very violent criminal walk. The solution is for a serious inquiry to be launched into the deaths of those two victims. If Kenroy Marshall want to be vindicated make him take a lie detector test. Until then I do not share Pompey's seeming sympathy towards him.
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strange

#2 justin » 2013-06-03 12:15

Very strange the way this written! Someone else payoff??
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RE: Running from the wrath of Man

#1 SlyThatGuy » 2013-06-03 08:33

Enough about why Kenroy Marshall ran already. Here is the big question: If the police didn't have evidence sufficient to link Kenroy to this double murder crime, why did they go after him in the first place? Well, obviously this was done in order to hide the real culprit--the previously suspected ex-police officer who took care of the property where the bodies were discovered.
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