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Weapons heist at Suriname military base

Monday, February 20, 2006

Weapons heist at Suriname military base ammunition bunker.
The suspects entered the bunker at the Ayoko Barracks close to the international airport after they cut through two heavy steel doors with a cutting torch. So far no arrest has been made.
Defense Minister Ivan Fernald said the perpetrators got away with 500 rounds of ammunition for carbines, 200 rounds of ammunition for Bren machine guns and six crates with grenades, each containing 30 pieces.
An inside job has not been ruled out. According to military sources, the lighting at the facility was very poor at the time of the incident.
Emergency measures were ordered immediately after the discovery of the heist. To prevent future robberies more lighting has been installed at all army ammunition bunkers. Recently a Brazilian Congressional Investigating Committee found out high-ranked army officers from Suriname, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay are involved in arms smuggling to criminal organizations in Brazil.

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

To Paleface
Your answer was not very clear to me, can you elaborate more, so that someone can respond to you. Thanks.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Friday, March 10, 2006

Reply worry for those US peepz... think the weapons can be found in amsterdam, as surinam is a former colony of holland.. the surinam maffia is very big here...
By paleface @ holland, AMSTERDAM 

Friday, March 10, 2006

I did not pay much attention to the firt topic, quite a battle going on. I taught the battle was about the security of women at the Festival.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Thursday, March 9, 2006

I saw it too, it looks like it is family related and jealousy. The x spouse call the police to pick him up at " The Round About "after he killed them. Anyway family killing or not it is still wrong, nice hearing from you.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Thursday, March 9, 2006

HAH !!!
Lincoln, I'm still here. I had was to step aside and let those people battle out the disagreement on the first topic of this web. Lincoln too much crime is going on; and I'm trying to figure out what has gone so wrong. That multi- murder that took place in Jamaica has really left me astound
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Wednesday, March 8, 2006

Spirit, you must be basking in the sunshine in Jamaica, somewhere in Ocho-Rios or Montego Bay, I can see you sipping on Rum Cream & Brandy with your sunglasses and broad straw hat. What's wrong with that, we have to enjoy a little life. We all needs a little down time.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Tuesday, March 7, 2006

first let me say i am sorry for you people in the usa that`s afraid to fly but america is a country that puts war first and all talks after, look if someone should kill my brother or your brother who has never done anyting wrong in his life for no reason then act like his life was just the life of a dog, you would not like it, so there america take out sadam , saying he is wanted for murder, so i now wonder who is going to take out bush for the life that he order is men to take in iraq ,sorry i ment (MURDER)in iraq, dont care what we do or say this world wll never be better untill we learn to share, learn to love , learn to respect peace, and most of all , that a man is just a man .
By Dr++ViolencE @ JAMAICA 

Thursday, March 2, 2006

I feel your fear. I live in NEW YORK, NY; and I'm also scared to death.Before 9/11, I rarely travelled on the subway , now I don't .I go about my daily routines without thinking of any terrorist attack. But as soon as it hits me of what happen, I hurry and get home. It's a half and half situtation. Those people who the media protray as terrorist (You know how they look). They are paying a big/hard price here. Me myself is afraid whenever one of them comes near to my surroundings. Some of them were born and lived in the U.S.A for years before 9/11; and has nothing to do with the war. They themselves are mourning the lost of their loved ones; but now people sees them all as suspects .
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Fear Of Flying Now Because Of Bad People!!!
Before 9/11 I never had any fear of flying now I am scared to death. From the Plane take off until it lands I am tense. Every little rattle of "The Flight Attendant Cart "makes me look and think. Everybody arround me is a suspect. People should never be going through this, even when I visit the US, I dont go in any tall buildings anymore. I have always wanted to visit "The Statue of Liberty" now I would never go inside that thing now.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Sunday, February 26, 2006

booming business
To attribute such a heist to poor lighting and insufficient security must truly be a matter of convenience. How much did someone pay for those stolen goods? Better yet, who truly made the most $$?
Last I checked, there are no gun factories in the ghetto. No paper trails. No arrest made. No clues.
How convenient to default to "lost merchandise". Someone out there is sipping on some pina colada, tax free.
More crime on the street = more fear = more police force = more government power = more "stolen" merchandise
By crisis @ belley of the beast 

Sunday, February 26, 2006

2nd Take
I am only hoping and praying that noting sereous happens. The authorities must now be vigilant especially at the Airports, can you imagine one of those Grenades explode on a aircraft.This is a very dangerous situation, please do something about it. What is wrong with the people in the world?
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Dangerous Situation
Please try and get these Weapons off the street as quick as possible. These Bombs can kill hundreds af people all at once. How could they be so careless to let this happen.
By Lincoln @ Canada/Gods Land 

Saturday, February 25, 2006

This is such a careless mistake. How can mass weapons be left unattended to like that. And the area had little or poor lighting such weapons sholud be well guarded. This has to be an inside job. Those weapons are going to be end up in the wrong hands.
By spirit @ NEW YORK, NY 

Friday, February 24, 2006

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