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October 07, 2014
The Bahamian church does not have the moral authority to lecture the PLP government

Dear Editor,
The debate on the recent legalization of web shop gaming between several prominent members of the Bahamas Christian Council and the Progressive Liberal Party government reached a new crescendo after Prime Minister Perry Christie scolded a group of pastors for questioning his integrity; and after Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis defiantly announced that he will not apologize to...

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September 03, 2014
Burrows questions religious agenda amid LGBT criticisms

Equal rights advocate Terneille Burrows yesterday questioned the agenda of some religious leaders for speaking out against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and remaining quiet on more "significant" issues such as child abuse.
She said the silence of some in the religious community on issues, specifically ones related to men of the cloth who are convicted of sexual crimes...

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September 02, 2014
The priorities of our religious leaders

Dear Editor,
I have respected Dr. Myles Munroe in various capacities since my youth (as a then member of Bahamas Faith Ministries International), and continue to do so in certain instances. Thus, I was rather surprised at the discourse between him and Minister of Foreign Affairs Fred Mitchell earlier this year.
In reference to his recent press release, I must ask if Munroe describes statutory rape...

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August 24, 2014
Four killed in 24 hours

A group of men in a silver Honda Accord went on a killing spree that started late Saturday night, according to police, who believe the assailants took the lives of three men in separate incidents on New Providence this weekend.
And before the night was through on Sunday, in a separate incident, another man was shot in Nassau Village around 8:45 p.m. and died in hospital.
The Guardian understands t...

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August 22, 2014
Man killed in Kemp Road recently released from prison

A man who was released from Her Majesty's Prison (HMP) last week was shot and killed on Thursday night.
The victim was identified as George Nixon, 23.
According to police, Nixon was killed around 10 p.m. on Lyon Road, off Kemp Road.
Police said Nixon was found face up on the ground. He was bareback and barefoot.
"We believe that this male was being chased by two men, both armed with handguns and w...

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July 30, 2014
Mothers, let your sons go

While we often want to blame the absentee father for the reason so many young men are involved with criminal activities, we must not forget the guilty mothers who train their sons to be lazy, controlling and abusive. They wash their clothes, cook for them and clean their room. They raise men who then have the same expectations of their wives, who then treat their wives like housemaids instead of l...

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May 21, 2014
Tradition is a loaded gun, part 1

When a 13-year-old girl died in Egypt last year after undergoing female genital mutilation (FGM) - mainly the cutting off of a part or all of the clitoris and/or sewing or burning the vagina shut - her demise was regarded by her grandfather as "God's will".
Some of the local men including her uncle were asked if they thought it was right to do this to the girl, particularly when FGM is now a crimi...

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March 05, 2014
If you disagree with Mitchell, then you are ignorant, homophobic and anti-PLP

Dear Editor,
The Whistleblower hopes that noted televangelist Dr. Myles Munroe wasn't caught off-guard when Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister Fred Mitchell gave him a tongue-lashing for publically calling him out on his latest pro-homosexuality pronouncement.
Mitchell has a habit of using pejoratives to describe anyone who doesn't agree with him. Last month he called Free National Movement...

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February 13, 2014
Fernander cries as he recalls night he was shot

Superintendent Clayton Fernander lost his composure and cried yesterday as he recalled the night he was shot outside his home.Fernander, a policeman of 31 years, said he came face to face with two men, whom he identified as Maurice Armbrister and Excel Josey Jr., when he arrived at his home off St. Vincent Road around 9 p.m. on April 10, 2013. Armbrister and Josey are accused of Fernander's attemp...

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February 11, 2014
Case of men accused of cop's attempted murder to resume

The attempted murder trial of two men accused of attempting to rob a policeman is expected to resume today.
The trial of Maurice Armbrister and Excel Josey began on January 27 but continued in the absence of the jury for two weeks.

They are accused of the April 10, 2013 attempted murder of Superintendent Clayton Fernander during a failed bid to rob him of his gold chain outside his home in Fair...

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