UPDATE: ‘Fat Boy’ was no stranger to violence, shot after “discussing life” with friends

61
UPDATE: ‘Fat Boy’ was no stranger to violence, shot after “discussing life” with friends
Clint Salvator, aka Fat Boy or Ghost
Clint Salvator, aka Fat Boy or Ghost

St. Lucia’s 17th homicide victim, 28-year-old Clint Salvator of Agard, Castries, is no stranger to violence.

Not only was Salvator charged for murder just over seven years ago, but he has survived attempts on his life.

Salvator, also known as Fat Boy, Ghost and Clint, was accused of stabbing 20-year-old Kenny Augustine of Morne Du Don, Castries in the chest area during an altercation on January 5, 2007 in Morne Du Don, Castries.

He was eventually released from prison but the reason for his release is not yet clear.

Salvator and his friends were also shot at during a drive-by shooting about two years ago. He was reportedly injured in that incident.

However, last night (Thursday, July 10), the killer/killers hit their target.

Reports are that Salvator was shot multiple times around 10:45 p.m. and succumbed to his injuries at Victoria Hospital at about 1:55 a.m. today, Friday, July 11, 2014.

A neighbour said Salvator was shot minutes after leaving the company of some friends.

“Fat Boy (Salvator) and two guys were just home discussing life,” said the resident. “They all unemployed ok. So the main discussion they had was about a shabin girl who claimed that Fat Boy had raped her so Fat Boy said he will try to take the young lady to court. Mitchel’s last words to him before Fat Boy and Plant went home was ‘just be strong’.”

“Now Plant and Fat Boy were on their way home when the masked men open fire. Now Plant ran back to Mitchel’s house to get help. Mitchel along with Vickery and his other brother went to the short cut and found him laying down in a neighbour’s balcony…. They tried to keep him alive by talking to him but he was gasping for air. Ambulance and police were called and he was taken to hospital and now he is dead. He got six shots in all,” the resident explained.

Friends say Salvator was trying to change his life but this plan has been cut short.

(1)(0)

No posts to display

61 COMMENTS

  1. operation restore confidence everybody had hate the police when they were taking over the criminal.....so now it's operation kill each other

    (0)(0)

  2. R.i.p homie... I know you personaly and you were willing to change, but society never allowed you to..youre in a better place now. R.i.p only the good die young

    (0)(0)

  3. is it any surprise that people who may know something about these crimes wont come forward or simply afraid for their own safety. this is the attitude we need to change in this country.

    (0)(0)

  4. Are you serious and ??? it might not be government fault when someone kills another but it is government's responsibility to successfully detect or solve the murder. that is where government has been failing miserably. Look at the string of unsolved murders, rapes and other serious crimes

    (0)(0)

  5. Hard to take in the level of stupidity on here. St.Lucia is ours and we take her down each day. Killing our hopes and dream with such talk and activities

    (0)(0)

  6. IDIOT, blame yourself and not the rotten system we have which messing up our youth. No rehab, Massade boys is still a breeding ground for criminals. The PM is a lawywer who once said he had the answer to crime. Y do we even have a Minister of SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION or NATIONAL SECURITY. those guys need a pay cut.

    (0)(0)

  7. What does a shooting or killing have to do with Gov’t? We (St. Lucia) can have the greatest economy in the world, yet there will still be shootings, rapes, robberies, killings, etc, etc. Select people are blaming the PM, Security Minister, the priest, Pope and whomever else they can. Those I mentioned played OBSOLUTELY NO PART in rearing those, mainly guys, who have turned to the life of crime. The blame rest entirely on the people who raised them. I was raised without a father, yet I didn’t turn to crime if I wanted or needed something. When I asked my mother for it and her response was no, though I was unhappy with her answer, I kept living my life the God fearing way. I didn’t turn to a life of crime to get it. When I was or stepped out of line, my mother would discipline me. I didn’t turn to a life of crime because of it. So people of St. Lucia, STOP BLAMING THE GOV’T AND WHOMEVER ELSE YOU WANT TO FOR THE CRIMINALS AND THEIR BEHAVIOR. WE DEFINATELY KNOW THE PEOPLE WHO ARE TO BLAME, THE INDIVIDUAL(S) WHO RAISED THAT CRIMINAL.

    (0)(0)

  8. No Matter what we do in life we all not perfect but no one has to die that way that's someones child. we are not to judge anyone u will be miss clint.

    (0)(0)

  9. People always have something to say about people i mean ull don't no if da guy was persecuting da guys life so he had to do something about it n besides we r all sitiwez cuz if is our family n we can do something to help we would cuz blood is definitely thicker than water n im not saying he's right to b killed cuz we all do mistakes in our life dat we regret So stop judging n he's time came so he had to go just not da way he was expecting so st. Lucian please stop judging n pray n thank god it's not u or ur family

    (0)(0)

  10. hope the police search his home well.... I bet they will get the ID he took from the girl when he rape her and tell her if she talk he killing her....Idiot a rag around your mouth and a Tam not a f-ing disguise

    (0)(0)

  11. It's like quite a few on here glorify murder and if given an opportunity they would become murderers themselves. This is an evil mindset which is emanating from a failed justice system and foreign interference. We need to change this mindset completely because it breeds more of the same. We need to help and share love with each other. There is enough desperation out there.