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Expletive-laced Facebook post gets attention of police

Expletive-laced Facebook post gets attention of police


A secondary school teacher will appear at the Kingstown Magistrate’s Court this morning, charged with two counts of obscene publication.

This was confirmed to SEARCHLIGHT last night, by head of the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) Inspector Trevor Bailey.{{more}}

Jozette Bibby, a graduate teacher, was picked up for questioning yesterday about certain comments she is alleged to have published on social networking site Facebook.

The teacher of electronic document preparation management, principles of accounts and information technology at the Bishop’s College Kingstown was taken from the school, located at Paul’s Avenue, yesterday afternoon, during school hours.

According to a usually reliable source, Bibby is alleged to have made the offending publications on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 17, 2015, the day following the general elections in St Kitts/Nevis.

The comments, laced with expletives, relate to the change in government in St Kitts/Nevis and the fact that someone by the name of “Ralph” had congratulated the new government.

The first publication, allegedly made at 4:35 p.m., stated: “Wunna does r***h*** feel the f*** country is wunna own… they must jail yuh m*** c*** now… all yuh does let power get to all yuh head but even the longest rope have an end.”

The second, posted just two minutes later, said “Ralph yuh should shame to congratulate the new government of St Kitts them must tell you all yuh m*** c***!!!”

Bibby was released on station bail.