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'Assault by police left me ruined'
September 10, 2021
'Assault by police left me ruined'

A SECOND person who claimed police tortured him at the Governor's Harbour Police Station for a crime for which he was never charged, yesterday said the incident not only caused him injury but contributed to him experiencing considerable financial loss.

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'Get answer wrong you hang yourself'
September 09, 2021
'Get answer wrong you hang yourself'

A STORY of terror and brutality filled a courtroom yesterday as Chavette Strachan recounted how police officers allegedly tortured her for a criminal confession at Eleuthera's Governor's Harbour Police Station in January, 2018.

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Torture victims told - you must sue
February 28, 2019
Torture victims told - you must sue

RIGHTS Bahamas expressed concern yesterday about the treatment of three people who allege they were tortured by police for confessions in Eleuthera last year...

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Now trio accuse police of torture
February 25, 2019
Now trio accuse police of torture

THE Royal Bahamas Police Force is being sued for allegedly torturing three innocent people in a bid to secure confessions from them...

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July 30, 2013
RBPF Wanted in Eleuthera: Keston Pinder of James Cistern

Police at Eleuthera are requesting the public's help in locating 32 year old KESTON PINDER of JAMES CISTERN, ELEUTHERA.

Officers of the Governors Harbour Police Station want to question PINDER reference to Shop-breaking & Stealing...

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April 22, 2013
Man Killed in Car Collision

A 48-year-old man died on Friday when the car he was driving was in collision with another car on Queen?s Highway, Eleuthera. The accident happened at about 6:30pm at the intersection of Queens Highway and Church Street, Palmetto Point. Police say the victim, who The Tribune understands is Laveaux Bonami, was...

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March 05, 2012
Bodies of three suspected Haitian immigrants wash ashore

The bodies of three men, believed to be a part of a group of Haitian nationals whose vessel ran aground last week, were discovered over the weekend near an Eleuthera shoreline.
Assistant Superintendent Elburt Ferguson, officer in charge of Central Bahamas, told The Nassau Guardian yesterday that the bodies washed ashore on the north side of Governor's Harbour between Friday and Saturday.
"We found...

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March 02, 2012
14 immigrants picked up after vessel runs aground

Authorities said yesterday they had no idea just how many undocumented Haitian immigrants were aboard a sloop that ran aground at Governor's Harbour, Eleuthera, Wednesday evening, but they picked up 14 of them.
Eddie Ferguson, chief immigration officer, told The Nassau Guardian that between 8:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. residents of the area noticed a group of suspected Haitian immigrants walking near a be...

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February 22, 2012
New Providence Police investigate double shooting - Eleuthera Police arrest drug suspects

POLICE INVESTIGATES DOUBLE SHOOTING - Police are investigating a
shooting incident that has left two juvenile males in hospital.The
incident reportedly occurred around 7:20 pm on Tuesday 21st...

POLICE AT ELEUTHERA MAKE DRUG ARREST - Three (3) males are in
police custody after being found in possession of a quantity of
suspected marijuana.Officers of the Governors Harbour Police Station
arre...

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Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson, 39
September 29, 2011
Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson, 39

Full Military Service for? Corporal 972 Sidney Dudley Johnson age 39 of the Bluff Eleuthera, who died at Doctor's Hospital on September 14th, will be held on Friday 11:00 a.m. at St.. Barnabas Anglican Church Baillou Hill and Wulff Roads.

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