In three days de police ketch three people who get away from de prisons. Of course dem was ketching steady and turning dem in but this one ain’t going back to jail. Of course when he escape he didn’t plan to go back.
Dem boys was checking how de last set get ketch. One get ketch in a toilet in Kitty. Another one been in de back dam in an old house. When dem ketch him dem had to carry him to hospital because he had a gunshot wound that had to be in a bad way. De man look wuss that when he was in jail.
It had to be that he wasn’t eating properly because although he change clothes de clothes hanging pun him. It was a case of jumping from de frying pan into de fire because he wasn’t comfortable at all.
The third one was another kettle of fish. He get shoot, too, but he had more bullets than he body could hold. De police seh dem find a gun near to him and right away dem boys seh if you live by de sword you gun die by de sword.
This man was something else. He decide to rob a drinking place right near de police outpost in Ruimveldt. Now if you get away from jail you should be hiding, not robbing. If you brave enough to rob a place near de police station then de consequences gun be deadly. Dem boys believe that he wanted to die.
But wha mek dem open dem eyes wide was when de family tun up at de hospital and bawling. Dem had to know wheh he been all de time but dem was protecting him. Dem couldn’t protect him today. Then one of dem seh that de police wrong.
Last week, Rum Jattan beg dem prisoners to surrender but dem ain’t listening. Is like if dem deh pun a mission. But dem is not de only ones who doing stupidness. While some people wish dem can keep out of jail, some doing everything to go in.
One man slit he girl throat then cover she in a blanket. Perhaps he believe that he gun go inside and escape.
Talk half and try to walk de straight and narrow.
Oct 16, 2018By Sean Devers in Trinidad In association with Regal, Vnet, Noble House Seafoods & Cascadia Hotel In murky conditions and played before virtually empty stands, Guyana Jaguars, led by a 79-run...
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