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Munroe: You Rob Because You’re A Criminal, Not Circumstances

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said the public needs to stop tolerating a small minority of the population that commits crimes.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – National Security Minister Wayne Munroe said the public needs to stop tolerating a small minority of the population that commits crimes.

The minister was responding to the perceived notion that there are a spike in armed robberies, particularly in New Providence.

“My message for the general public is this: we have too many people giving – for want of a better word – giving poor people a bad name; there are economic circumstances that drive me to rob,” Munroe told reporters on Tuesday.

“That’s nonsense. You rob because you’re a criminal. You have a bunch of people who are struggling who don’t rob people. so you need to stop it. We need to stop tolerating this minority of people who give the majority a bad name and that’s across all criminal activity. Students need to stop tolerating the five or 10 percent of students who cause people to talk about oh this is a generation lost. This generation is not lost.”

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