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Peeping Tom convicted of indecent behaviour

FREEPORT – A man who is accused of peeking into windows and masturbating was convicted in the Freeport Magistrate’s Court of indecent behaviour, trespassing, and vagrancy.

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Man accused of indecent assault in police cell

A PROSECUTOR has requested the maximum penalty for a man who masturbated in front of a woman with whom he shared a cell at a local police station last week.

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Doctor accused of raping woman during abortion

A DOCTOR who is on trial for the rape and indecent assault of a 20-year-old woman refused to answer questions from a police detective about allegations that he had sex with the complainant against her will during an abortion procedure, a Grand Bahama court heard yesterday.

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Dr Gerald Forbes 'a wolf disguised in sheep clothing'

DR GERALD Forbes was described as “a wolf disguised in sheep clothing” by the prosecution during closing arguments in the Supreme Court in Grand Bahama on Friday.

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Difficulty standing up for the second round

Last week’s urology column dealt with the often embarrassing topic of premature ejaculation that affects as many as one in three men.

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New talk show keeps it real

Former Miss Gospel Bahamas Sylvian Rahming wants to ask the tough questions and get some real answers when her new show ‘Sofa Talk’ launches next week.“I talk about masturbation in one of the episodes, relationships of all kinds, beauty, fitness, an

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Kessinger murder: Islander charged

A 27-year-old Cat Island native who was arraigned in Magistrate’s Court yesterday charged with  robbing at knifepoint and murdering an elderly American woman on that island, claimed he was the victim of police brutality while in custody. 

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What are you giving up for lent?

By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer THE LENTEN season has begun and some Christians are making sacrifices to be spiritually cleansed and on one accord with God. Lent started on Ash Wednesday and for 40 days, some Christians make commitments to g

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What are you giving up for lent?

By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer THE LENTEN season has begun and some Christians are making sacrifices to be spiritually cleansed and on one accord with God. Lent started on Ash Wednesday and for 40 days, some Christians make commitments to g

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What are you giving up for lent?

By JEFFARAH GIBSON Tribune Features Writer THE LENTEN season has begun and some Christians are making sacrifices to be spiritually cleansed and on one accord with God. Lent started on Ash Wednesday and for 40 days, some Christians make commitments to g

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Lawyer claims child rapist should be spared jail and given treatment instead

BY DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - A Grand Bahama attorney says there is an urgent, nationwide need for a rehabilitation programme for pedophiles and other sex offenders. Carlson Shurland was the defence l

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OFFICERS ‘WILL BE HELD TO ACCOUNT’: Munroe says ministry will not defend ‘slack people’ after police cell attack

NATIONAL Security Minister Wayne Munroe said the officers on duty when a woman was indecently assaulted last week by a man with whom she was forced to share a cell, will be “held to account” while stressing that his ministry has no interest whatsoever “in defending or protecting slack people”.

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Doctor in rape case says abortions against beliefs

DR GERALD Forbes insisted that he does not perform abortions at his Grand Bahama clinic because it is against his religious beliefs as a Catholic and has denied writing a prescription for abortion tablets, the Supreme Court heard yesterday.

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Rollins warned with removal in House clash

DEPUTY Speaker of the House of Assembly Dion Smith and Dr Andre Rollins clashed yesterday in Parliament after the Fort Charlotte MP shouted comments regarding former FNM Chairman and Senator Michael Pintard shortly after he resigned yesterday.

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Speaker was ‘overzealous’ in suspending Andre Rollins from House of Assembly

HOUSE Speaker Dr Kendal Major’s decision to suspend Fort Charlotte MP Dr Andre Rollins from the House of Assembly last week was an “over zealous” move that may have been more reflective of a contentious relationship, according to Free National Movement Deputy Leader K Peter Turnquest yesterday.

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Activist calls for more police training on women's rights

A LOCAL activist has highlighted the need for more police training as it relates to women’s rights in the country, days after a woman was indecently assaulted by a man with whom she was forced to share a cell.

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New call for probe on police brutality

HUMAN Rights Bahamas has demanded full and fair investigations into allegations of police brutality and misconduct, insisting that if the public cannot feel safe in the presence of officers all human rights are at risk.

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Lawyer claims child rapist should be spared jail and given treatment instead

BY DENISE MAYCOCK Tribune Freeport Reporter dmaycock@tribunemedia.net FREEPORT - A Grand Bahama attorney says there is an urgent, nationwide need for a rehabilitation programme for pedophiles and other sex offenders. Carlson Shurland was the defence l

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Freedom from sexual immorality

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

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Effects of neutering on behaviour

Everyday I am asked by concerned clients about the effects neutering will have on their pet’s behaviour.

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