Hundreds of angry, young protesters have broken into the heart of the government of Hong Kong, in a major escalationRead More
Hong Kong: Protesters storm government building.
Crime Chief sent on leave to facilitate probe
Guyana: Deputy Commissioner of Police, Lyndon Alves has been sent on leave to pave the way for an investigation, but acting Deputy Police Commissioner Nigel Hoppie declined to say whether the move had anything to with swirling allegations in Berbice. “Mr. Lyndon Alves has been sent on leave to facilitate an investigation,” he told Demerara Waves Online News. Hoppie could not say how long Alves would be off the job. Deputy Commissioner Hoppie said no other officer has been sent on leave. Alves, being a Deputy Police Commissioner, is not constitutionally subjected to disciplinary proceedings by the Police Service Commission.Read More
U.S. Coast Guard Officers Destroy Giant Bahamian Pot Farm After Claiming They Smelled Weed “From the Air”
In a case that illustrates America’s bizarre and quasi-colonial relationship with the Bahamas, the U.S. Coast Guard announced today that, while its officers were just buzzing around in Bahamian airspaceRead More