BREAKING NEWS: Chopping in Ravine Chabot

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BREAKING NEWS: Chopping in Ravine Chabot

An alleged altercation between two Rastafarian men in Ravine Chabot, Castries at about 2 p.m. on Monday, May 25 resulted in one sustaining several chop wounds.

The man was treated at the scene by EMT personnel then transported to hospital.

Unconfirmed reports are that the incident stemmed from an argument over a female.

An eyewitness described the man’s injuries: “He got chopped in the palm of his hand. Just the skin on the back of his hand holding it. And he got a lash of stone on his forehead and one on his back, then he got chopped whilst on the ground.”

The perpetrator was reportedly detained by police.

 

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  1. The man is a good man. And rasta or not he is a man, a fellow human. What does his hair have to do with anything. Any one who know him know he is humble and a true rasta in essence.

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    • IN OTHERS WORDS NOT ALL PERSONS WHO CARRY DREADLOCKS FULLY UNDERSTAND OR OVERSTAND THAT TO BE A TRUE RASTAFARI ONE MUST BE AT PEACE WITH THYSELF,THY BRETHREN AND WITH NATURE.
      DREADLOCKS IS JUST THE IMAGE BUT RASTAFARI IS THE MINDSET.

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  2. SADLY MEN HAVE FORGOTTEN HOW TO SETTLE SCORES VIA A FISTFIGHT. NOWADAYS SCORES ARE SETTLED WITH THE KNIFE,CUTLASS AND GUN.

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  3. B4 u all speak n say rasta dis and Rasta that.........seek the definition of "RASTAFARI"
    Rastafari is all about luv and unity amongst all. Feeding the hungry..clothing the naked sheltering the homeless norishing the sick...protecting the okd and the young... Not killing n hurting one another...

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  4. That's members of the Zulu Tribe acting up again. Most likely they were fighting over a mango seed the female was passing and the other Zulus in the area just suggested the fight may have been over her...

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    • you need to stop reading comic books, this is not a joke, it is serious times. There are no Zulu tribe" most likely fighting over a mango seed" go find yourself a good book like The Rastafarians by Leonard E Barrett
      publish around 1977.

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  5. Make believe RASTA imitation RASTA worshiping d flesh,money,fashion an all kinda vanity b4 self respect giving bad impression of what real RASTA is

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  6. You shouldn't say Rastafarian men. What does the guys religion have anything to do with this (Thats if they are even Rastarians). If two Roman Catholics were in a fight would you have described them as two Catholics. If you want to describe the men's appearance dreadlocks should be used instead.

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  7. People with prehistoric attitudes towards owning women. You do not own anyone so drop the jealous and possessiveness. What was the violence for? Your sorry begging ego. That is not love just a beggar behaving like a wild monkey when someone else is showing an interest in a friend.

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  8. What criteria makes the men Rastafarian? we should avoid generalising or using perceived social profiling in order to brand people. Do they attend Rasta church or even attend church for that matter? Do we ever use the profiling and say "there was an altercation between two catholic men?"

    Do we use the term according to religious denomination or in terms of hairstyle? As far as I know Rastafarianism is a religion. The branding, therefore is immature, misinforming and a barrier to rights of freedom of religion. This is unacceptable in these modern times

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  9. When will this madness stop.

    And over a Lucian Female?

    Really?

    So now one of you will be siting in jail and or in prison over a worthless Lucian female.

    Lmao.

    smh.

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    • I am a proud educated St. Lucia female. This fight was not about me, but I am curious to find what criteria did you use to label the woman being spoken about in the above article as "worthless". Just a question???

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  10. @Samuel, you OVERSTAND the real teachings my king,,these two have strayed from the practices of love and unity with co operation, abandon the worldy ideology,,, ever bless ever faithful..

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  11. Not everyone with dread locks deserve to be called rasta. As Max Romeo said "a rasta man is a peaceful man". Surely a true rasta man would not find himself in such a mele especially over a woman.

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  12. they have good people in d yard Chabot....the place was quiet for a wile and why all the violents now.

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  13. I sure that female their resting for her to go to Twist or Dexter later. Why are some men so stupid.

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  14. is this forum open for comments ? because many times I have posted valid comments only to find out that my comments has been deleted by your admin.why do you censor valid comments ??

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  15. Though those east would be in the high chanting and meditating on Jah but instead do criminal acts. Can't remember hearing rasta man hurting each other back in the 1990s. Jah put a hand

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  16. For a female! Whatever she is doing must be real good. Violence seems the answer for almost everything. Freaking crazy,

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  17. If only cutlass wasn't such an essential piece of tool, I would recommend having a licence to own one or banning its importation, but I'm afraid we can't do that.

    There's too much chopping up going on. People learn to cool your tempers, come on.

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  18. The lack of respect for each other and property. Contribute to this barbaric behavior displayed by our people. We are always mad. Thanks to the program what makes me mad We cannot act normal because we are mad

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    • what rastaman. not because he have nasty locks he is a rastaman. Rastamen donnot keep their hair so nasty / untidy..

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  19. The negative impact of foreign importations of cultural norms is much in evidence here. Wow!

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    • enlighten me, what is the negative impact of foreign importation of cultural norms, what does it mean and where is the evidence ??

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