Let’s take a look of the series of events that lead to my departure from Bermuda and the commissioner’s release.
Any member of the St. Georges Seventh Day Adventist Church as well as the flight records for Jet Blue would confirm, that I was schedule to leave Bermuda at 12 pm on the 5th August 2008, on Jet Blue. However I had some unfinished business. Such as, the person who had purchased my car still had a quantity of money for me which was to be delivered to me when I hand over the car to her. My report to the Governor was not fully completed and was not yet in the hands of the Governor, the leader of the opposition, Wayne Furbert (who will be an independent in the Bermuda parliament in September 2008) and the Minister of Home affairs. This could be verified by checking with the royal Gazette printers on Burnaby Street in the City of Hamilton (who did the copies and binding for the report that is titled "A Standard for Change "‘A four Years Study of The Bermuda Police Service’). Which I took to the printers on Tuesday 5th August 2008, I collected the report and make arrangement to hand over the report to The Governor’s ADC on the 6th August 2008, who facilitated this process.
If by standing up to particular Superintendent of the RSVGPS try to get me involved in their corruption practices then I guess I am a trouble maker, If by challenging and making the commissioner of police of St. Vincent rethink his intention to forcefully make deduction from the salaries of the hard working men and women of that organization to purchase a Cherokee machine: then I guess I am a trouble maker.
Guess what? I am in good company, I am now associated with these important men who were considered trouble maker men like.
Nelson Mandela was considered a trouble maker by the supporters of South Africa apartheid system; he who suffered the indignity of a twenty seven years jail term because he stood up for his rights and the rights of his people but later became president providing governance even over his oppressors.
P.M Ralph Gonsalves (Still has an allegation of rape and several allegation of Sexual assault hanging over his head).
George Jackson, Randy Liverpool and Mike Jackman are not the first people Ralph employed to do his dirty bidding to me; in St. Vincent and the Grenadines he employed Superintendent 313 Cornelius Charles who harassed me every day for about three months in the name of Ralph Gonsalves Vincent Beach and the Unity Labor Party.