Man found hanging hours after beating grandparents

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The Police in Berbice are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a Rose Hall Town Corentyne youth who was discovered hanging in his apartment on Tuesday August 22,2017.

He has been identified as 20-year-old Stephan Baldeo of Reef, Rose Hall Town Corentyne Berbice. According to information reaching the News Room, at about 08:00hrs yesterday, Baldeo, who lived with his grandparents, appeared to be under the influence of narcotics and was confronted by his grandparents.

During the confrontation, Baldeo reportedly armed himself with a pipe and dealt the two pensioners several lashes about their bodies. His grandfather later reported the matter to the police who visited the home, but by then the young man had already fled the scene.

News Room understands that the young man returned to the house at about noon yesterday and the police were informed. However, when the ranks visited the home, they found him hanging from the roof of the apartment.

The body was removed and escorted to the Port Mourant mortuary, where it awaits a post mortem examination.

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RiffRaff posted:

btw...I didn't see anyone call out Tola name yet

I thought of this incident and the recent incident where the 16 yr old was killed by a crazed nut.  Let him exit the scene so he cause no more harm to anyone.  On this, Tola is off the hook!

Imagine if he abused his grand parents and they kill the bastard, they will be drained financially and criminalized for a nincompoop!!

The ROI just not there!

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ba$eman posted:
RiffRaff posted:

btw...I didn't see anyone call out Tola name yet

I thought of this incident and the recent incident where the 16 yr old was killed by a crazed nut.  Let him exit the scene so he cause no more harm to anyone.  On this, Tola is off the hook!

Imagine if he abused his grand parents and they kill the bastard, they will be drained financially and criminalized for a nincompoop!!

The ROI just not there!

Off the hook for what ?  You living alone in the Baseless Basement too long.

Tola posted:
ba$eman posted:
RiffRaff posted:

btw...I didn't see anyone call out Tola name yet

I thought of this incident and the recent incident where the 16 yr old was killed by a crazed nut.  Let him exit the scene so he cause no more harm to anyone.  On this, Tola is off the hook!

Imagine if he abused his grand parents and they kill the bastard, they will be drained financially and criminalized for a nincompoop!!

The ROI just not there!

Off the hook for what ?  You living alone in the Baseless Basement too long.

Fraud!!   Tell us!!  You cannot!!

yuji22 posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Prashad posted:

Always has to be East Indians involved. 

And mostly in Berbice. Strange.

Like you tek you eyes and pass Berbicians.

Nah, bai. It seems like all the good decent Berbicians have emigrated, leaving only the coos-coos. Decent and upright Berbicians like you and Skeldon_Man are now outside Berbice.

Gilbakka posted:
Prashad posted:

Always has to be East Indians involved. 

And mostly in Berbice. Strange.

Strange  !!.. maybe not so.

In the 1960s two places in Guyana were built for rice cultivation.  Black Bush Polder in Berbice and Tapacuma in Essequibo.

BBP is more isolated than the semi-isolated Essequibo project and have the highest suicide levels. Why ?   

It would seem not much thought was given to recreation, including active sports, because at that time our parents  worked long hours and recreated seldom at the occasionally wedding or funeral service.  The limited play grounds and ball fields were seldom used at BBP by hard working rice farmers.  Who would rather  have a few drinks after work, dinner and early to bed. Many children follow the parents example.

Then some people  emigrated  overseas  and returning with the influences from  the 'riches' they obtained in other countries.

The old people who remained and were influenced by their older parents, stayed the same culturally. But the younger generation were influenced by the overseas visitors  for a life that did not exist in Guyana and they cannot leave the country easily, so they became depressed.  

They did not want to become farmers like their parents and many felt a sense of hopelessness, so they dropped out of school, abuse alcohol, drugs and girls got pregnant at 13.

None of the governments have programs to assist  the youth who felt abandoned.  When a young woman died from child birth in a government hospital, there were three youth suicides, who were close to her, within four months. Their reason,  why should we live  when the government don't care about us.

When overseas NGOs tried to help....well, that is another story.

The situation has not changed  and might remain the same, until the youth are taught to cope with their life challenges.

No one is an expert in dealing with this situation. There is no one formula, because each person who decide to take their own life is different.

But trying is better than doing nothing at all.        

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Tola posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Prashad posted:

Always has to be East Indians involved. 

And mostly in Berbice. Strange.

Strange  !!.. maybe not so.

In the 1960s two places in Guyana were built for rice cultivation.  Black Bush Polder in Berbice and Tapacuma in Essequibo.

BBP is more isolated than the semi-isolated Essequibo project and have the highest suicide levels. Why ?   

It would seem not much thought was given to recreation, including active sports, because at that time our parents  worked long hours and recreated seldom at the occasionally wedding or funeral service.  The limited play grounds and ball fields were seldom used at BBP by hard working rice farmers.  Who would rather  have a few drinks after work, dinner and early to bed. Many children follow the parents example.

Then some people  emigrated  overseas  and returning with the influences from  the 'riches' they obtained in other countries.

The old people who remained and were influenced by their older parents, stayed the same culturally. But the younger generation were influenced by the overseas visitors  for a life that did not exist in Guyana and they cannot leave the country easily, so they became depressed.  

They did not want to become farmers like their parents and many felt a sense of hopelessness, so they dropped out of school, abuse alcohol, drugs and girls got pregnant at 13.

None of the governments have programs to assist  the youth who felt abandoned.  When a young woman died from child birth in a government hospital, there were three youth suicides, who were close to her, within four months. Their reason,  why should we live  when the government don't care about us.

When overseas NGOs tried to help....well, that is another story.

The situation has not changed  and might remain the same, until the youth are taught to cope with their life challenges.

No one is an expert in dealing with this situation. There is no one formula, because each person who decide to take their own life is different.

But trying is better than doing nothing at all.        

CONCLUSION:  Rice Cultivation in Black Bush Polder in Berbice and Tapacuma in Essequibo cause suicide!!!!!!!!

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Tola posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Prashad posted:

Always has to be East Indians involved. 

And mostly in Berbice. Strange.

Strange  !!.. maybe not so.

In the 1960s two places in Guyana were built for rice cultivation.  Black Bush Polder in Berbice and Tapacuma in Essequibo.

BBP is more isolated than the semi-isolated Essequibo project and have the highest suicide levels. Why ?   

It would seem not much thought was given to recreation, including active sports, because at that time our parents  worked long hours and recreated seldom at the occasionally wedding or funeral service.  The limited play grounds and ball fields were seldom used at BBP by hard working rice farmers.  Who would rather  have a few drinks after work, dinner and early to bed. Many children follow the parents example.

Then some people  emigrated  overseas  and returning with the influences from  the 'riches' they obtained in other countries.

The old people who remained and were influenced by their older parents, stayed the same culturally. But the younger generation were influenced by the overseas visitors  for a life that did not exist in Guyana and they cannot leave the country easily, so they became depressed.  

They did not want to become farmers like their parents and many felt a sense of hopelessness, so they dropped out of school, abuse alcohol, drugs and girls got pregnant at 13.

None of the governments have programs to assist  the youth who felt abandoned.  When a young woman died from child birth in a government hospital, there were three youth suicides, who were close to her, within four months. Their reason,  why should we live  when the government don't care about us.

When overseas NGOs tried to help....well, that is another story.

The situation has not changed  and might remain the same, until the youth are taught to cope with their life challenges.

No one is an expert in dealing with this situation. There is no one formula, because each person who decide to take their own life is different.

But trying is better than doing nothing at all.        

CONCLUSION:  Rice Cultivation in Black Bush Polder in Berbice and Tapacuma in Essequibo cause suicide!!!!!!!!

It looks like you are also spending  too much time in that Baseless Basement.

Did you  pass dunsee, or they forward you per Jagdeo plan of no hold back of a dumb student.  

Tola, you come here and brag that you have an organization for years that help prevent suicide in Guyana.  However Guyana is still # 1 or 2 on the list of countries with highest % of suicides in the world. Your organization must be really ineffective to not have reduced the numbers. I believe you are a sham, shaking down people for donations and not providing the results. 

Drugb posted:

Tola, you come here and brag that you have an organization for years that help prevent suicide in Guyana.  However Guyana is still # 1 or 2 on the list of countries with highest % of suicides in the world. Your organization must be really ineffective to not have reduced the numbers. I believe you are a sham, shaking down people for donations and not providing the results. 

Druggle, why don't you go take a flying leap in a dry shit trench.

Tola posted:
Drugb posted:

Tola, you come here and brag that you have an organization for years that help prevent suicide in Guyana.  However Guyana is still # 1 or 2 on the list of countries with highest % of suicides in the world. Your organization must be really ineffective to not have reduced the numbers. I believe you are a sham, shaking down people for donations and not providing the results. 

Druggle, why don't you go take a flying leap in a dry shit trench.

This is your answer to questions of your organization's effectiveness? Apparently you don't like people asking question, you only want the funding with no accountability. Something is fishy here. Are you running a scam pretending to help with suicide but have no results to show for your efforts. Base was correct, you are a fraud.

Gilbakka posted:
yuji22 posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Prashad posted:

Always has to be East Indians involved. 

And mostly in Berbice. Strange.

Like you tek you eyes and pass Berbicians.

Nah, bai. It seems like all the good decent Berbicians have emigrated, leaving only the coos-coos. Decent and upright Berbicians like you and Skeldon_Man are now outside Berbice.

Nah, Gilly. Most Berbicians are good and decent, regardless of race or color. Proud to be called a Dalit or a Berbician. At least I am recognized.