PM on farmer’s murder: No comfort, solace for criminals

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said citizens should stop offering solace and comfort to people who have committed crimes, after Tabaquite farmer Leon Bebe was brutally gunned down while trying to collect money owed to him.

In a statement, Dr Rowley offered condolences to Bebe’s family, saying that Bebe’s murder is disheartening as by many accounts he was a young, upstanding, hardworking individual.

Dr Rowley said those who ‘choose a criminal lifestyle’ must not be protected by others. 

His statement is as follows:

Prime Minister Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley remains deeply concerned about the wanton violence plaguing Trinidad and Tobago and strongly condemns the recent unlawful killing of teen farmer, Leon Bebe.”

“From all accounts, Mr Bebe, 19, was an ambitious and hardworking…

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