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Probe continues into Anse La Raye homicide

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Police are continuing to probe the fatal shooting of a man in Anse Galet, Anse La Raye.

The shooting occurred around 11 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, according to reports.

Police have not formally released the identity of the deceased, though reports are rampant on social media that he is from areas in Babonneau — Girard, Cacao or Fond Assau


Others have been calling the deceased, ‘Mas’ and ‘Bigger’, but none of this information has been successfully verified by St. Lucia News Online.

Photos of the deceased and spent shells on the scene have been circulating on social media.

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27 comments

  1. Salop

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  2. If the government get rid of those tinted windows, I can reassure them that will reduce crime rates in st lucia. Do like the UK and America. Make this illegal on the island. Stop encouraging people going round in dark tinted vehicles going and kill others. Government officials please looking into this.

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  3. Some people, especially the young, are always looking for a short-cut to gaining wealth and material things. We have children breading like animals, with no sense of what is right from what is wrong. So death is part of their bargain with evil. We have a culture of death amongst the young.

    There is no rest in peace. Regarding these misfits, return if possible is the better attitude.

    You make your bed. You lie in it, the coffin. Anyway, the sooner that they go and meet their god, the devil, the fewer of them are left to breed more vile creatures and vermin to torment us. Such can hardly ever be regarded as human beings. With their jungle behaviour, animals and monsters yes.

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  4. We have to pray for our country especially the young folks.That is why we all have a brain to think for ourselves,why some of us shouting and blame the current and previous government?Why their children not getting killed?I think it's high time the politicians
    that representing the high crime rate constiunacies do some town Hall meetings for these Young people maybe it will help.To bad my country St.lucia The politics put so much hatred and divide.

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  5. Go an wrk for wat yall want an stop baton on ppl things low life suckers

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  6. Government fighting against each other in St Lucia what you expect to happen when they see these things going on

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    • regretful voter

      That is the nature of politics remember when the current administration was in opposition every the previous administration did was wrong and they politicized crime. "Saying Kenny cannot handle it but i can!" Now you are in power nothing but silence and blaming single mothers for having children. Until we show the UWP and SLP that we are only voting for policies and not colours this merry-go round going to continue.

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    • Can the government stop fighting and get law into place with all those tinted windows which is causing killers go round in vehicles shooting people. This need to be illegal on the island. Do like America and UK.

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  7. R.i.p. my papa...just saw u last night wtf?!

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  8. R.I.P Bigger so me lose a friend

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  9. Chastnaet and Kenny children are not into drugs and and gangs for a fact. They ain't shooting each other. It's the low life and the greedy, useless and lazy, coward and uneducated fools who do. Instead why don't some of you be that responsible one to create a society of understanding and love.
    Which set of people you see on the media always crying and saying how good their sons and daughters were. Not Chastnaet and Kenny for sure.
    Take stock of your lives and that of your family .

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    • If the government get rid of those tinted windows, I can reassure them that will reduce crime rates in st lucia. Do like the UK and America. Make this illegal on the island. Stop encouraging people going round in dark tinted vehicles going and kill others. Government officials please looking into this.

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  10. hilarioh charles

    YOU SO CORRECT EVERN GOVERNMENT DOING IT SAD

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  11. Wow, it's a situation where the pot is calling the Kettle black.The politics in St.lucia,is dividing us as a nation, nonetheless, Chastanet,beat his chest on several occasions,on the political platforms, where he said that, Kenny Anthony, didn't make us safe,but,"I will".
    Now,to asked or demand him to account,in my view isn't being political. He made a promise,now he's being asked to account for promises made to us as a nation.Further we need to respect each other's view and stop the name calling,in so doing we are only making ourselves look like fools and a laughing stock in the eyes of the rest of the World.

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    • We should be smart enough as a nation to know that crime is not in the hands of government. They will come in they will go out and crime will still be there until the people change. Let’s call on the people of the land to live in peace, why can’t a conflict be resolved without violence? Stop the politics the root of crime isn’t the PM but the people of the land...

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  12. Chastanet made this person safe. That is what Kenny could not do. Bravo Chas that is the safety you promised us.

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