RHEDC hosting a Vigil for Slain Guyanese -born Police Officer Holder

Originally Posted by Jalil:

Let us Focus on Our Fallen Hero

President extends sympathy to relatives of fallen Guyanese NYPD officer

 James Saunders is not a Guyanese.

Burke say now...Richmond Hill carrying a Monkey on their Back.

According to Chief....Vishnu Engineer Everything

Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Vish M:

 

 

It's about Guyanese living in NYC

So how come Paul got all the credits if this was a Guyanese thing?

Mitwah - the tragic death of a police officer is a very sad occasion.  I would like to personally thank Vishnu for the time and effort he has put into honoring Officer Holder.  It is a shame that you cannot recognize the occasion for what it is.  An innocent life is lost.  A family and a community is grieving.  I was at the vigil and I listened to the father and brother of the deceased speak.  You would not want to be in their shoes.  This is not about scoring points for fame.  We have lost one of our own and as human beings we should support all those who see it fit to honor Officer Holder.

 

Liz Robbins, an esteemed journalist, has written an article in today's New York Times about what was done last Saturday.  Read it and educate yourself.

 

I am sick of the way you try to drag down the good names of honorable and respectable people in our society. You should be ashamed of yourself for trying to turn the death of a good person into a pi$$ing contest.

Originally Posted by Bibi Haniffa:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Vish M:

 

 

It's about Guyanese living in NYC

So how come Paul got all the credits if this was a Guyanese thing?

Mitwah - the tragic death of a police officer is a very sad occasion.  I would like to personally thank Vishnu for the time and effort he has put into honoring Officer Holder.  It is a shame that you cannot recognize the occasion for what it is.  An innocent life is lost.  A family and a community is grieving.  I was at the vigil and I listened to the father and brother of the deceased speak.  You would not want to be in their shoes.  This is not about scoring points for fame.  We have lost one of our own and as human beings we should support all those who see it fit to honor Officer Holder.

 

Liz Robbins, an esteemed journalist, has written an article in today's New York Times about what was done last Saturday.  Read it and educate yourself.

 

I am sick of the way you try to drag down the good names of honorable and respectable people in our society. You should be ashamed of yourself for trying to turn the death of a good person into a pi$$ing contest.

Can you tell us why Vishnu was not given credits for his efforts? You are a liar. You claim to reside in Guyana and you lied on your GNI profile.

Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Bibi Haniffa:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Vish M:

 

 

It's about Guyanese living in NYC

So how come Paul got all the credits if this was a Guyanese thing?

Mitwah - the tragic death of a police officer is a very sad occasion.  I would like to personally thank Vishnu for the time and effort he has put into honoring Officer Holder.  It is a shame that you cannot recognize the occasion for what it is.  An innocent life is lost.  A family and a community is grieving.  I was at the vigil and I listened to the father and brother of the deceased speak.  You would not want to be in their shoes.  This is not about scoring points for fame.  We have lost one of our own and as human beings we should support all those who see it fit to honor Officer Holder.

 

Liz Robbins, an esteemed journalist, has written an article in today's New York Times about what was done last Saturday.  Read it and educate yourself.

 

I am sick of the way you try to drag down the good names of honorable and respectable people in our society. You should be ashamed of yourself for trying to turn the death of a good person into a pi$$ing contest.

Can you tell us why Vishnu was not given credits for his efforts? You are a liar. You claim to reside in Guyana and you lied on your GNI profile.

bai that girl mouth only good for one thing 

Originally Posted by warrior:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Bibi Haniffa:
Originally Posted by Mitwah:
Originally Posted by Vish M:

 

 

It's about Guyanese living in NYC

So how come Paul got all the credits if this was a Guyanese thing?

Mitwah - the tragic death of a police officer is a very sad occasion.  I would like to personally thank Vishnu for the time and effort he has put into honoring Officer Holder.  It is a shame that you cannot recognize the occasion for what it is.  An innocent life is lost.  A family and a community is grieving.  I was at the vigil and I listened to the father and brother of the deceased speak.  You would not want to be in their shoes.  This is not about scoring points for fame.  We have lost one of our own and as human beings we should support all those who see it fit to honor Officer Holder.

 

Liz Robbins, an esteemed journalist, has written an article in today's New York Times about what was done last Saturday.  Read it and educate yourself.

 

I am sick of the way you try to drag down the good names of honorable and respectable people in our society. You should be ashamed of yourself for trying to turn the death of a good person into a pi$$ing contest.

Can you tell us why Vishnu was not given credits for his efforts? You are a liar. You claim to reside in Guyana and you lied on your GNI profile.

bai that girl mouth only good for one thing 

Mitwah - where I live is none of your business.  And here are the credits you wanted to see.  But I will remind you that this is not about credits.  This is about the death of a police officer who happens to be a Guyanese brother.

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