7 Aug 2008

Cocktail or cock's tail?

I have said many a time that dunceys never fail to surprise me with their stupidity. Just when you think you saw it all, something like this shows up in your morning newspaper.

Investigators said around 6.30 am on Monday, Ywemo Paul, son of former Police Commissioner Trevor Paul, secured the residence.

However, when Karen George—said to be another relative of Paul—returned around 5.45 PM, she discovered the master bedroom broken into.

Upon checking, police said George discovered two bottles of Johnnie Walker Blue whiskey, two brown leather bags containing computer accessories and a brown handle-bag missing.

That quote refers to the break-in at the official residence of the CoP.

That's not all though that raised my ire.

Several people, among them police officers, were reportedly fingerprinted yesterday in connection with Monday's burglary ,which occurred at the official residence of the Police Commissioner.

Police sources said a team of officers from the Crime Scene Unit and fingerprint experts returned yesterday morning to the residence, located at the Police Training College in St James.

The move has come in the wake of an immediate order given by acting Deputy Police Commissioner Gilbert Reyes that a full-scale probe be launched.

Contacted yesterday, Reyes said no stone would be left unturned in seeking out the perpetrators.

No stoned left unturned... a full-scale probe... for 2 bottles of JW. These f**kers serious? So many investigations awaiting manpower to solve murders, deadly assaults, threats, kidnappings, etc. and they dedicate priority to 2 bottles of JW? Oh, pardon me, some computer accessories went missing too.

Considering that this is the official residence of the CoP, why the hell does he have JW Blue there? I personally am curious as to who and how that was funded. And why? Another symptom of a 'cocktail' head? Hmm, would I be right in thinking the head of the dunceys being either a cocktail or a cock's tail?

I can't wait the outcome of this one.

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