The first recored murder in St Vincent and the Grenadines, which occurred last Wednesday night in the Marriaqua area has caused the community to come together, in an effort to stamp out violence and crime in the community.
They will hold a Candlelight March and Vigil this Sunday 13th Februay 2011 from 6;30pm.
This latest incident has a group from the community by the name of ” Out Ah Trouble Family” calling on the community to come out, for a Candle Light March and vigil, against crime.
“The killing of “Palmer’ has placed the entire community in a deep state of shock. Thi…s type of violence should never be perpetuated against our hardworking citizens.”
” We the members of “Out Ah Trouble Family” of Mesopotamia are concerned with the increased violent activities that seem to have taken over our community and by extension our country. The last such despicable act being on Wednesday 9 February, 2011 when Edwin ‘Palmer’ Robinson was brutally gunned down in his business place.
In light of the above we are hereby inviting you to be a part of our cause this Sunday evening.” a release from the group stated.
Persons will assembly at the Bennett’s Junction and march down the street turning right at the Police Station and then head to Cane End, and will end at the deceased residence.
Followed will be a session of prayers and short speeches by various speakers.