June 21, 2012
The Rev. CB Moss.
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BAHAMAS Against Crime will be holding an anti crime and violence rally this weekend in view of the “ever deepening crisis” that the country faces.
LEADERS in politics and law enforcement are to blame for the high rate of crime and corruption plaguing the country because they have “put a spin” on the severity of the situation, according to anti-crime activist Rev CB Moss.
ANTI-CRIME activist Rev CB Moss has expressed regret that the government did not consult more widely before drafting the new ‘Marco Alert’ sexual offender laws.
AUTHORITIES are investigating the attempted arson of a vehicle owned by Bahamas Against Crime (BAC) Executive Director Rev C B Moss.
AN INFLUENTIAL church pastor is urging the government to make its position known as to whether billionaire Peter Nygard’s request to lease acres of Crown land will be granted.
THE REV CB Moss, president of Bahamas Against Crime, said “hopefully more parents will be arrested” after a 50-year-old mother and her three sons were arrested when police found items, believed to have been stolen, in their home.
“WHERE is the plan to address this high level of crime?” Bahamas Against Crime executive director Rev CB Moss demanded to know yesterday afternoon while leading an anti-crime rally in a rainy Rawson Square.
BAHAMAS Against Crime is hoping all Bahamians who want to see an end to the scourge of violent crime will join them in a mass rally in Rawson Square on Sunday, June 9.
‘OPEN warfare’ at Clifton is a major concern of Bahamas Against Crime Executive Director Rev CB Moss, he said in a press statement yesterday.
AS the annual murder rate once again broke the 100 mark, an appeal to “stop fighting, start fixing” went out to MPs and political parties.
ALMOST a year after the tragic death of 11-year-old Marco Archer, one noted activist group says a Sexual Offenders Register is still an initiative they “firmly” believe the country needs.
BAHAMAS Against Crime executive director Rev CB Moss yesterday asked why in the wake of a spree of home invasions and rapes, Bahamians are only now speaking out about crime. Hinting that the heightened conc
BAHAMAS Against Crime executive director the Rev CB Moss said yesterday that young people are both the cause and the solution to the escalating crime problem. Speaking at a p