Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet 75 Views 5 comments Share Henry Francis of Soufriere has called on Yahweh to serve justice on police officers he claimed “brutalized” him while in their custody.On 12th September Francis was arrested for possession of cannabis at Soufriere.Francis was taken to the Soufriere police station for questioning in another matter and during a search the drugs was found in his pant pocket.He told the court on Friday, “I sold my dog and I get the marijuana as payment. I drink it and smoke it for my health. My bible says it is the healing of the nation”.“But if it’s as good for your health as you say, you not a very good advertisement,” Lewis pointed out.“Well maybe is because I haven’t taken my medication in a few days,” said Francis.He continued, “Police brutalize me, but Yahweh said vengeance is his. The bible says judge not that I may not be judged; forgive that I may be forgiven. I will not take legal action, vengeance is for Yahweh”.Francis was ordered to pay $500.00 by 15th December, 2012 or in default spend 1 month in prison.Dominica Vibes News LocalNews Soufriere man calls on “Yahweh” to serve justice on police officers by: – September 17, 2012
OXFORD – Ole Miss will play host to LSU on Nov. 21 at 2:30 p.m., a game chosen by CBS as the Southeastern Conference Game of the Week.Ole Miss will play host to LSU on Nov. 21 at 2:30 p.m. on CBS.The Rebels, who have a bye this weekend, are in that slot for the second consecutive game. They played back-to-back CBS games last year, losing at Arkansas and then beating Mississippi State.The Rebels (7-3, 4-2 SEC) lost to LSU (7-1, 4-1 SEC) 10-7 last year. The defeat snapped a seven-game win streak that allowed the Rebels to rise to No. 3 in the national polls.Ole Miss is 40-59-4 against the Tigers, who have won 10 of the past 13 games in the series and are 9-7-1 in Oxford.Contact Daniel Paulling at [email protected] Follow @DanielPaulling on Twitter.