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Tomb used as drug haven

  • Written by  Rawle Patterson
Tombs Used to Hide Drugs Tombs Used to Hide Drugs

Relatives of the departed loved ones are appalled as to the level of desecration to some tombs for the concealing of drugs by those who are involved in this illegal practice.

According to reports some residents are totally perplexed and irate about the destruction of some tombs as safe havens for drugs, at a cemetery in the south of the Island. The source pointed out that if such unacceptable behaviour continues it could lead to a man-made disaster similar to that of the Tibeau cemetery, which is fastly collapsing due to erosion as a result of indiscriminate sand mining. Many have condemned this practice as one, which is extremely disrespectful to the souls of departed ones especially when considering the level of reverence and sanctity this religious society pays to the dead.

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