CARLOS RICHARDSON THE HITMAN

LATEST UPDATE! CARLOS ‘THE HITMAN’ RICHARDSON OF THE VESUVIUS BLING BLING GANG VS. NOTO OF ‘NO LIMIT GANG’ CURACAO

PHOTOS: JUDITH ROUMOU HERE’S THE FULL REPORT ABOUT YESTERDAY’S INCIDENT. THESE INCIDENTS ARE ONGOING. ERNO LABEGA JR OF THE BLING BLING HAS ALSO BEEN STABBED, BUT HE BROKE HIS ATTACKERS JAW. I AM UNDER THE WEATHER SO I’LL POST THE DAILY HERALDS VERSION:

a prisoner “Carlos Richardson” who is currently serving time for his involvement in the Vesuvius case, attempted to attack another prisoner known as “Noto” from Curacao.IMG-20140911-WA003

Carlos is said to have pulled a gun at some point in his attempt to attack Noto however his attack is said to have been thwarted by Noto’s body guards in prison.

The “body guard” prisoners are said to have jumped Carlos before he could have shot Noto and proceeded to beat and chop him on several parts of his body.

Carlos is said to have been badly beaten and seriously injured by the so-called body guards of Noto who is said to be a top lieutenant in the “No Limit Solider” (NLS) gang from Curacao.

We also learnt that during the investigation by the prison authorities and the police, another gun was found bringing the total to two (2) guns that was recovered from the prison on Thursday afternoon.

We now have information that this case is also being investigated by the Landsrecherche.

Beaten prisoner receiving attentionBeaten prisoner receiving attention Photo Paparazzi BBM News

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten – One prisoner was seriously injured on Thursday afternoon at the Pointe Blanch Prison.

Unconfirmed information reaching this website states that a prisoner “Carlos Richardson” who is currently serving time for his involvement in the Vesuvius case, attempted to attack another prisoner known as “Noto” from Curacao.IMG-20140911-WA003

Carlos is said to have pulled a gun at some point in his attempt to attack Noto however his attack is said to have been thwarted by Noto’s body guards in prison.

The “body guard” prisoners are said to have jumped Carlos before he could have shot Noto and proceeded to beat and chop him on several parts of his body.

Carlos is said to have been badly beaten and seriously injured by the so-called body guards of Noto who is said to be a top lieutenant in the “No Limit Solider” (NLS) gang from Curacao.

We also learnt that during the investigation by the prison authorities and the police, another gun was found bringing the total to two (2) guns that was recovered from the prison on Thursday afternoon.

We now have information that this case is also being investigated by the Landsrecherche.

The police issued a press release on their part of the operation Thursday. the release can be read below.

On Thursday September 11th at approximately 03.30 p.m. the police department received an urgent call from the Point Blanche Prison requesting assistance in connection with a very serious altercation between inmates whereby one inmate was seriously wounded by another with a makeshift machete. IMG 20140911 185804According to the report a gun was involved in this altercation however no shots were fired. Numerous police officers, K-9 Unit and detectives were immediately sent to the prison in order to investigate what had taken place and to carry out a search to locate the fire-arm. On the scene the investigating officers located the victim with initials C.R. who was bleeding profusely from numerous severe cuts to his head and a serious stab wound to his back.

The victim was treated on the scene by paramedics and transported to the Sint Maarten Medical Center for further treatment. During a search of the cell-blocks where the altercation took place by the K-9 unit two pistols were found. These pistols were both loaded and ready for use. The pistols were both confiscated for along with the makeshift machete for further investigation. So far one suspect has been arrested for the possession of an illegal fire-arm.

More arrests are expected in connection with the ill-treatment as the investigation continues.

 

Last modified on Thursday, 11 September 2014 21:27

~ Two loaded firearms found ~

POINTE BLANCHE–A fight at Pointe Blanche Prison left one inmate seriously injured yesterday after he was set upon with a machete. The injured man was taken to hospital, prison director Edward Rohan stated.

A firearm which had not been fired was seized. Police were called around 3:30pm. Order was restored and a complete check of the prison and all cells was completed. Uniformed officers, detectives and a police dog, with its handler, were on scene. A search of the prison revealed a second firearm.

A source has revealed that there had been a “hit-out” on a specific inmate, as another inmate wanted him dead. It is said that the man who wanted to kill the inmate was R.C., one of the convicts in the Vesuvius case.

He allegedly had approached that inmate whilst in possession of a firearm; however, he did not manage to shoot the other male, who then attacked C. with a machete. The man responsible for C.’s injuries apparently said that he acted in self-defence.

A police press release stated that the police had received an urgent call from the prison requesting assistance in connection with a very serious altercation among inmates whereby one inmate was seriously wounded by another with a makeshift machete. According to the report a gun was involved in this altercation, however, no shots were fired.

“On the scene investigating officers located the victim with initials C.R. who was bleeding profusely from numerous severe cuts to his head and a serious stab wound to his back. The victim was treated on the scene by paramedics and transported to St. Maarten Medical Center for further treatment.”

The police then assisted in a search of the prison and during a search of the cell blocks where the altercation took place two pistols were found by police dogs. Both pistols were loaded and ready for use.

Both firearms were confiscated, as was the makeshift machete. So far one suspect has been arrested for possession of an illegal fire-arm. More arrests are expected in connection with the assault as the investigation continues.

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    • WHAT SXMERS KNOW: the ONLY way TWO LOADED GUNS could have gotten into the prison- is via THE PRISON SECURITY GUARDS- THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO FREELY INTERACT WITH THE PRISONERS. So people have to see where they prison guards are SUPPLYING the prisoners with weapons- then getting all concerned and bringing in the police when an attack goes down. The prisoner might have made a make-shift machete. But when it comes to fully loaded guns, the only question SXMERS should ask is… how did they get the weapons? who supplied the weapons? St Maarten’s worst kept secret- the prison guards are a part of EVERYTHING- right down to escapes. Remember when C.H. jumped the fence- escaped prison, just to go beat down his girlfriend. After he beat her down, he went right back up Point Blanche Back Bay St Maarten and turned himself in. I knew one guy in the USA he was what you would call ‘institutionalized’, meaning that he probably functioned better in prison than outside. He was about 55 years old, had spent roughly 30 years in prison- in and out and in and out……. I asked him, if what I read in books, and saw in movies about prisons, drugs, rapes etc. I asked him if it was made up and exaggerated. He said, no! I said, How do you get drugs into prison? How can you rape a guy when there are guards. And his explanation was simple.. The guards have to be in on it- and most of the times they arranged it. He said, if you didn’t want to deal with the guards- you had to find yourself a “good old lady”. “A good old lady”, were lonely women, usually obese with low self esteem that they would exchange love letters with. Once they had her convinced, they could usually convince them to smuggle in bolitas. He was specific that the female had to be ‘big’- they did not recruit any skinny girls. And he said that rapes could only really occur when the guards willingling looked the other way. I asked him how it was possible to rape a full grown man- who would fight and resist. He said that they used the same techniques used against them by the prison riot squad, when there was prison unrest. When there’s prison unrest, or a resistant prisoner. The guards storm his cell 5 at a time. One grabs the neck. Two pin the arms. Two pin the legs. He said but NOTHING was possible without the guard “Looking the other way”. And he said that the guards would use the technique to have a difficult prisoner broken. If a guard was having issue with a difficult prisoner. Then often times, it would be the guard who gave the okay. He said nothing was possible without the guards involvement.

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