Warning to all politicians for the upcoming elections – by judith roumou

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It’s known that I run hundreds of social sites, groups and pages on many different social platforms. My sites are the largest in viewership in the Caribbean, and we receive millions of views during certain weeks. I noted that there are a lot of old politicians, and new politicians trying to do their thing.

All I can say, is that you are NOT going to do your thing through me. NO ONE is allowed to post to ANY of my Facebook, Twitter, Google+ Instagram… etc etc etc. without specific permission from ME, Judith Roumou.

Where were these so called ‘Politicians for the People’, when I the LOCAL VOTER was continuously harassed and jailed??

Where were the SXM politicians?
Now I have the audience, and you need the vote!

In order for ANYONE to post to any group or page, you have to INBOX judith roumou on Facebook. Or email judithroumou@gmail.com…

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Dutch Sint Maarten Tier 1 in Human Trafficking to legalize prostitution. SXM continue record as sleaziest island in the Caribbean

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Dutch Sint Maarten Tier 1 in Human Trafficking to legalize prostitution. SXM continue record as sleaziest island in the Caribbean

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Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin:

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Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin: Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin:

Crime does not pay

The suspects W.R.H. (40) and R.G.H. (36) have to pay USD 42,302 each, or spent 246 days in jail in the event they do not pay, for illegally obtaining a profit of USD 84,603.59 after the robbery at Sonesta Great Bay Casino on September 18, 2015. This was decided by the Court of First Instance on June 29. The Prosecutor submitted an order to recover proceeds of crime for this amount. The prosecution believes that suspects should not financially benefit from the robbery, after all “crime does not pay” and therefore requested that the robbers repay this amount. The hearing regarding this order took place on May 18.
During the September 18, 2015 robbery USD 293,835.28 was stolen, but only USD 209,231.69 was retrieved. W.R.H. and R.G.H. were convicted for this robbery on March 16, 2015 to 5 and 4 years in jail…

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Police Officer Ashwin Martina sentenced12 months prison

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Prosecutor's Office Bulletin: officer ashwin martina Prosecutor’s Office Bulletin:
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The Court of First Instance on June 29 sentenced suspended Police Officer A.R.W.M. (45) to 12 months in jail for not surrendering his service weapon – a Walther PPK and ammunition, after he was suspended from duty. On March 30 A.R.W.M was already sentenced to 12 months imprisonment fully suspended and a probation period of two (2) years. However, he lodged an objection against the default judgment and was sentenced on June 29 to a fully unconditional jail sentence.
A.R.W.M. was transferred as a Police Officer from Curaçao to St. Maarten in 2004. He brought his service weapon with him to his new post. Once in St. Maarten, he received another service weapon. On July 13, 2011 A.R.W.M. was suspended from duty and had to surrender his service weapon and all other police equipment. He surrendered everything, except the Walther…

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Suspects R.C.T.A. and R.R.R. were both sentenced by the Joint Court of Justice

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The suspects R.C.T.A. and R.R.R. were both sentenced by the Joint Court of Justice on June 29 to 18 years in jail for attempted murder, multiple cases of attempted manslaughter (among others two Police Officers) all committed in the Dutch Quarter area and possession of illegal firearms. One of their victims was paralyzed for life. The two suspects allegedly drafted a ‘death list’ of persons who they held responsible for the violent death of R.’s girlfriend on March 18, 2014. The two were sentenced in August 2015 by the Court of First Instance to 18 and 16 years of prison. The Solicitor General had asked for 25 years in prison for the two suspects. In the Court of First Instance the Prosecutor had asked for 21 years in jail for both suspects.

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