WATCH: Point resident shot after refusing to vacate his home

Editorial Staff

Apr 4, 2023

Attempts by authorities to remove a family from their home in Point on Tuesday afternoon turned ugly when police shot a young man with a rubber bullet after he refused to vacate his home.

He reportdely threaten law enforcment officials

The man and his family have been among six families who the government said have been obstructing the progress of the Booby Alley Redevelopment Project funded by the Government of China, to the tune of millions of dollars

Prime Minister Gaston Browne put these families on notice for over a year now, even threatening to file an injunction against them to vacate the public property

1 Comment

  1. Sio

    Question is that land public property??? Who owns the land in this area can someone tell me… Some say it is the Anglcan Church… I would like to know if the Church is involved in this matter…Is the property private and compulsory acquired??? Is this land that was bought with taxpayers money??? Is this project in the best interest of the citizens of Antigua Barbuda??? Who’s really benefitting from all these projects said to be for the development of the nation of Antigua Barbuda??? Are we bring deceived by the elected member or members of Parliament??? I guess time will tell…!!! Wickedness will not go unpunished… A word to the wise…!!!


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