Choiseul man in stable condition after being beaten, wounded

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Choiseul man in stable condition after being beaten, wounded
Brian Felix
Brian Felix

A father of two from Mongouge, Choiseul but living in Soufriere, sustained injuries when he was attacked at a bar in Soufriere Friday night, Sept. 5.

Brian Felix, 30, also known as Salad, was taken to hospital after he was beaten and wounded.

There have been conflicting reports concerning his injuries. Relatives say Felix was chopped while eyewitnesses say in addition to the severe beating, he was stabbed.

Felix, the father of two daughters – ages 8 and 3 – was admitted at St. Jude Hospital.

Reliable medical sources say Felix’s condition has been stablised and he is able to speak.

Felix in hospital.

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  1. Iam from Soufriere and I have never know the place to be so violent this has to be people from Castries and other areas in St Lucia and also what about the people who return to St Lucia from countries like America and the rest of these countries, they are use to committing crimes over there and are possibly deported so they come back thinking they are bad boys
    I hope the police catch them by any means necessary.
    Idiots putting off the tourist who bring revenue to the Island.

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  2. @junior,b very careful wen u say soufriere ppl r savage,soufriere is one of the place u will fine the most friendliess ppl,y r so many crimes happening n the criminals r hiding in soufriere cause its one of the safest place to be....I am proud to say i'm from soufriere simply beautiful..

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  3. Is for all that the most high turning his back on our little island,what happen to the times when the weekend just use to be all fun,I miss those days

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  4. Am so sick of people blaming other people wicked ways on devil, some of us humans are just plan violent,nasty,coward and greedy,Jews are d apple of gods eyes but they buzzy killing innocent people in d west bank every day,so maybe some good people gone bad or d bad got worse whiles d weak stand around doing nothing and forgetting strength of mind,unity an love for each other fights all evil but they choose to just pray an say lord put hands whiles taking PLOCK watching dangerous humans take over now how can u tell me u have d power of god with u but not showing d criminals u stronger

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  5. Those of you all who talk all that crap about
    Soufriere do you all even know the road to Soufriere? You all sit down on your behinds and believe because crap like that happen in your communities in happens in Soufriere. There are fights happening all over St.Lucia. No work has nothing to do with that. You hardly hear things like that happening in Soufriere. Why do all you all criminals from all over the place come and hide in Soufriere.

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  6. AA. Atleast this guy is still alive but no luck for the guy in Laborie who was beatten by someone or persons:he was transported to hospital by the police where he was treated but died at the hospital:Have u heard anything about that Lucians: My be he was considered a nuissance: So sad

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  7. Soufriere may have a few bad stuff happening there n there but Soufriere is one of the safest place to be. Nice ppl, great atmosphere. am happy to be a soufrierian.

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  8. i would like to know if is government that sending ppl to commit crimes cuz before something happens is government that taking the blame... smh hope he recovers well

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  9. The person who wrote that soufriere is renowned for that crap should really get to know their island better instead of the few hoodlums whom he/she hangs out with. I travel around the island alot and this town have the least problems. The people LIVING there are friendly and nice. Take a freaking survry and find out what part of the island has had most problems - shootings, stabbings pocket thieves. ....? I bet you the people involved are not from Soufriere. For that statement, you may be at most verbally abused in Soufriere. Elsewhere, you never know! It's just so freaking sad that such violence even exist on an island which is telling the rest of the world that this an safe place. The only way things will get better in St. Lucia is if elections were held every year. That is the ONLY way the politicians might put in a good 5 minutes per month at doing their jobs

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  10. NO MAN NO ROUGH TOUGH OR BADDER DAN NO MAN...WE CONTROL OUR DESTINIES,NOT JESUS....U SOW WAT U REAP....GOD HAS NOTHING 2 DO WIT DIS,STRAIGHT....

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  11. Hmmmm smh... God is almost ready for his second comming... Are you? Lets us pray that our sweet hellen gets better amen

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  12. I am St. Lucian living abroad, and it seems every day I hear the same violence, stealing, to name a few just like St. Lucia. So I should be blaming the GOVERNMENT here as well for peoples foolishness.
    Let us pray to GOD to give us warm hearts and not hearts of stones.
    I am praying for Brian and his family during these trying times.

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  13. Gone are the days when old scores were settled with a good old scrap behind a house somewhere, with collar pulled up or shirt backed or sleeve rolled up. Men real men were those who, as a matter of pride and honour, refused weapons of all sorts. Even in this ugly event there was beauty for anyone who cared to look: there was a winner and the loser accepted defeat and the matter was settled. I say what we have to day are cowards that,'s why they fight if they don't have weapons.

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  14. hearing of all these crimes in my sweet country i lives abroad i don'tknow when i comes on vacation if they will attack me because whenever you comes on vacation they always believe you have money.my advice to us is to give christ our lives so if they attacked us we know we will not worry.

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  15. D bible says god help those who help them self so if u help ur self to stay out of trouble there is no need to ask god or d government for help every time some ting happen is god put hands or the police need to step up patrol hey when are we as a people take responsibility for our actions with out begging god or government for help are we that weak in body and mind wwwow

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    • There is no where in the Bible that says this. We are to cast our burdens fully on the Almighty. We have to give Him total control. By faith we move when He tells us to and He will NEVER move us in the direction of trouble & sin. Our self love and pride does that.

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