Two young Barbadians face six counts of Murder for Tudor St firebombing, as Social Media finally acknowledged in official manner by RBPF: Barbados’ Police Commissioner sees Joint Approach required for Prevention of similar tragedy

One of the two accused who endured many verbal assaults when returned under Police escort to Tudor Street yesterday afternoon to review the crime scene of the Campus Trendz murders

One of the two accused who endured many verbal assaults when returned under Police escort to Tudor Street yesterday afternoon to review the crime scene of the Campus Trendz murders

For a while, this Web Magazine carried some Police notices when Station Sergeant David Welch was acting as Public Relations Officer for the Royal Barbados Police Force, now with a well-deserved promotion – Inspector Welch not only returns to his duties as PRO – but invited the Bajan Reporter to cover the debriefing of Police Commissioner Darwin Dottin in connection with the capture of two suspects, charged in connection with both the robbery of a Chicken Galore outlet in Bank Hall and the City fatality on Tudor St where six young girls met a brutal fate.

Here’s the Inspector with a summary of the charges laid {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Jamar Dwayne Orlando Bynoe, 19, of Headley’s Land, Bank Hall, St. Michael and Renaldo Anderson Alleyne, 21, of Prescod Bottom, Hindsbury, from the same parish will appear in the District ‘A’‚ Magistrates Court soon to answer all charges. The two will now face six counts of murder, along with the charges of aggravated burglary, arson and wounding with intent and for the Bank Hall incident; aggravated burglary and arson.

The Commissioner made sure to dispel any suspicions that there were outside influences guiding Barbados’ hand of Justice in apprehending the two young men, the top cop also was very disturbed at the fact social media like Facebook listed the names of the two alleged perpetrators before the official Press Conference which made Mr Dottin wonder if this was an inside leak.

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Social Media when not harnessed in the best manner, in the Commissioner’s view can create disadvantages for Law Enforcement – when the photo of one of the suspects was released on the Internet this led to one of those now in custody attempting to tamper with evidence before seizure – but Barbados’ top cop assured the media all evidence required for conviction once tried remains safe.

The phrase "Partner In Crime" now has deadly connotations after the Molotov Cocktail robberies - another accused sent to the City to examine the destruction on Tudor St

The phrase "Partner In Crime" now has deadly connotations after the Molotov Cocktail robberies - another accused sent to the City to examine the destruction of Tudor St

This Web Magazine got a chance to run a free Ad over the airwaves when Commissioner Dottin sought our identity, and so on both TV & Radio with great glee we announced ” — bajanreporter dot com!” probably much to the chagrin of Starcom & CBC, LOL! I made sure to clarify that I did not jump ahead of Police and disclose names, but to await confirmation… Once intros were made we got straight to business – we wanted to know if there are any plans based on the investigations of this tragedy to make recommendations to Government to prevent any further similar mishaps from recurring.

The Commissioner explained that Police cannot make a unilateral declaration on the matter {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Mr Dottin sees the need for the Fire Service, to join forces with the Police and urge the Bridgetown merchant community to make a joint approach to Government for what is required to make places safer and then use that knowledge for wider Barbados.

I wanted to understand what kind of sociopath or psycho could justify their actions for quick money this way, so when I asked Mr Dottin about their psychological profile, he declined to answer on the following grounds {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

The Bajan top cop indicated this assessment forms part of their basis for presenting a case to the Crown and to reveal their profiles could pollute their chances for a conviction.

The Commissioner cited figures to indicate Barbados' murder rate when compared Globally or Regionally, remains among the planet's lowest

The Commissioner cited figures to indicate Barbados' murder rate when compared Globally or Regionally, remains among the planet's lowest

One media person was wondering why this event is resolved quickly when others remain unsolved, so the Commissioner wanted an example – I don’t know if they couldn’t or wouldn’t state an instance to the Commissioner for fear of reprisal or what… But I listed the time in May 2001 when Mary Holland was brutally murdered in her downstairs apartment on Mapp Hill as an example and Mr Dottin was very careful in selecting his words {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Mr Dottin explained Barbados’ Force has a Cold Case unit which remains active in seeking to solve older cases, and that in general Police have a 70% rate in solving murders.

One of the sketches used by the long arm of Barbados' law to reach out and find the suspects who are charged and now await trial

One of the sketches used by the long arm of Barbados' law to reach out and find the suspects who are charged and now await trial

It is the understanding of this Web Magazine that a member of the legal fraternity was made privy to a complete synopsis of what happened in both crimes, in the City and in Bank Hall, and as a result they recused themselves from the case on grounds of contaminating the defense.

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  1. whats the story on the leak of a name online prior to the arrest?

  2. Ya know how malicious Bajans be… The names were on facebook the night before the Press Conference from Police and Dottin was polite as to how screw he was over the leak! But he felt some of he own men let out the data…

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