May 31, 2012
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FNM Deputy Chairman Dr Duane Sands misled the public with statements he made about the classification of crime by police officers, said Keith Bell, state Minister for National Security.
MINISTER of State for National Security Keith Bell yesterday accused some cash for gold operators of melting down stolen gold jewellery, within an hour of receiving it, to prevent being prosecuted and arrested.
THE police’s new CCTV system will become fully operational by next month, Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday.
WITH the Prime Minister assuming the National Security portfolio while Dr Bernard Nottage is away for medical treatment, the opposition is asking why junior minister Keith Bell was left out of the picture.
FNM chairman Darron Cash yesterday accused Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell of attempting to “frighten” people into voting yes in the gaming referendum.
KEITH Bell, State Minister for National Security, said yesterday that contrary to earlier reports attempted murder will still be classified as a major crime.
MINISTER of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday that police officers are entitled to defend themselves against would-be criminals, using any means necessary.
A NUMBER of senior police officers are alarmed at the appointment of newly sworn in State Minister for National Security Keith Bell and fear operational interference, Opposition Leader Dr Hubert Minnis said yesterday.
DEFENCE Force officers could join or replace police officers on street patrols and other operations, Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday.
DESPITE the fact that he carries a handgun, State Minister for National Security Keith Bell said yesterday he does not believe the "ordinary, average" citizen should be allowed to do the same.
MINISTER of State for National Security Keith Bell yesterday accused the FNM government of "handing out envelopes of money" on election day and using the police fo
AT LEAST 25 witnesses have been killed since the FNM abolished the witness protection programme, Minister of State for National Security Keith Bell sa
STATE National Security Minister Keith Bell yesterday accused the former government of using the Confiscated Assets Fund as a “slush” fund using more than $9 million over the past five years.
WHILE political pundits have already started their scrutiny of the new government over the country's dismal crime situation, State National Security Minister Keith Bell yesterday said the PLP entered office on the cusp of an ongoing war.