Stabbing victim remains silent over attack

| 24/03/2010

(CNS): Police confirmed on Tuesday that they are investigating a report of an alleged stabbing incident that occurred in Pasadora Place, off Smith Road in George Town, on Saturday evening, 20 March. However, an RCIPS spokesperson said the police were unable to give any details of the reported incident as the victim was “being less than helpful”. CNS understands that a male was stabbed several times at around 6:00 pm by his attacker in what was described as a violent incident. It is not known if the victim was hospitalized or how severe his injuries were.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    geee wonder why…

    • what a mess says:

       lol oh yes. tell the police because they will do something about it.

      honestly, everything about Cayman these days just seems fake. I am, and will continue to be proud of who I am, I am Caymanian but we as Caymanians have been our own worst enemy for far too long. We kill each other, hate each other. Have affairs with each other, lie, steal, cheat. We are the first to pretend to be oh so Christian then behind closed doors we are screwing the neighbors’ husband or wife!!!!!!! 

      We have dug our own grave people. We, not the expats, are to blame. 

      I love Cayman, always have, always will. But if I can’t see my future here and things get so bad one day that everyone has bars on their windows…yes, bars, its coming. Like Jamaica. But I won’t be putting any such things up. I refuse. Ignorant as it may seem, I will fight to the bitter end for a greater cause. 


      God bless you all, stay strong CAYMAN!!!!