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PostSubject: Police Shame Silent Public   Fri Oct 17, 2008 10:04 pm

Police Shame Silent Public

Superintendent Marlon Bodden

The Police are squeeling for the Public to Please bring home the Info. on Estella's killers so they (the Police) can solve this Crime... We are asking that the perpetrators be brought to Justice for this vicious Crime committed here in Cayman Islands, and need it to come to a Halt.

Five days after the brutal slaying of Estella Scott-Roberts, a Police Superintendent has issued a stern message to the public saying that their refusal to come forward with vital information enables criminals to escape justice.

Speaking before a crowd of about 60 people at Tuesday’s (14 October) West Bay Action Committee meeting at Pappagallo restaurant, just a mile from where Mrs Scott-Roberts’ body was found, Supt Marlon Bodden made it clear that the public’s cooperation with police has dwindled since the day he first became an officer 26 years ago.

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PostSubject: Re: Police Shame Silent Public   Sun Oct 19, 2008 4:20 pm

Sounds like they got alot of confidence in their investigations, why does it take so long to get the before murders solved then Question

Let us see how it all finishes off.....
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