TWO MINISTERS YESTERDAY joined the call for justice in the death of Selwyn “Blues” Knight.
Minister of Social Care Steve Blackett wore many hats when he spoke at the vigil for Blues, who died on March 15 in a police-involved shooting at Dash Gap, Bank Hall, where he and his son Junior were confronting a man who had broken into their Queen Mary Road home.
It was the Cabinet hat which the parliamentary representative for St Michael Central said kept him from saying what he really wanted to say, however.
Speaking to the gathering at the Hill Road hardcourts last night, Blackett cautioned the authorities against putting the civility demonstrated by Barbadians “to the test” because a breaking point comes. (YB)
Almost 200 supporters joined Marleen Knight (second left) and vigil organiser Tracey Gibbons (left) in a march calling for justice in the death of Selwyn Knight.
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