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#524571 - 07/15/17 06:40 AM Today's Belize News: July 15, 2017  
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The San Pedro Sun

Casa Pan Dulce celebrates 20 years of sweet service
On Tuesday, July 11th, Casa Pan Dulce Bakery celebrated 20 years of service to the Belizean community. In honour of the special occasion, the San Pedro Town based bakery offered a 20% discount on all its products on the island, and 10% discount at their other branches located in San Ignacio and Santa Elena Town in the Cayo District. At the different locations, cake raffles were conducted and patrons were treated with gift bags and complementary cupcakes. Proprietor of Casa Pan Dulce Andre Perez stated that they look forward to continue serving the community for another 20 plus years. “We are happy to be celebrating two decades of excellent work, and we thank everyone for their continuous support,” Perez said.

Belize is banned from participating in CODICADER games
The Central American Council of Sports and Recreation (CODICADER) has banned Belizeans athletes from participating in its annual games for the next two years. This is as a result of Belize being sanctioned, after it was unable to meet CODICADER’s request to host the special athletes’ competition this year. The Government of Belize has said it does not have sufficient funds to host the special games in the country, and organizers of CODICADER are expected to exclude Belize from the competition.

Government authorities respond to illegal dredging in Northern Ambergris Caye
Reports of unauthorized dredging taking place within the Hol Chan Marine Reserve Expansion Zone on the west coast of Northern Ambergris Caye, have prompted local authorities on the island to issue an immediate stop order. This is the second time the activity is being reported, and on Tuesday, July 11th, the Hol Chan Marine Reserve filed a formal complaint to the Mining Unit in the Ministry of Natural Resources. At such, personnel from the Mining Unit are planning to visit to the island to conduct a site inspection. According to them, the company responsible for the unauthorized activity may face penalties, depending on the extent of the damage caused by the dredging.

Minister Heredia questioned on immigration at the Senate Special Select Committee
Area Representative of Belize Rural South and Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr., appeared before the Senate Special Select Committee on Wednesday, July 12th to answer questions on the ongoing immigration investigation. Heredia’s name appeared multiple times in the Auditor General’s Special Report on Immigration and Nationality 2011-2013. The report states that he made several recommendations for persons to receive visas, passports and nationalities, for which they did not qualify. At the Senate inquiry, Heredia was also questioned about the back and forth movement of packages directed to both immigration offices in San Pedro Town and Belmopan City. He defended himself by stating that he was providing a courier service for his constituency and that he never manipulated or violated the immigration laws at the time of assisting people gain legal status in the country.

Misc Belizean Sources

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Quadrangular Football Tournament
San Pedro! Come out this Sunday July 16th! To the Ambergris Stadium! For a day full of football action! Quadrangular style Marathon!

R.I.P. Mr. Bungos
Mr. Bungos passed away last night at 10 pm, may he rest in peace.

Mayor Daniel Guerrero, Councilor Gabriel Nuñez and Councilor Severo Guerrero presented a cheque of $1000 to Hope Haven Children's Home
on behalf of the people of San Pedro Town. Present to accept the donation was Brittney O'Daniel from the Raise Me Up foundation and Christopher Burkey who is organizing a fundraising event at the Lion's Den this Saturday starting at 11:00 a.m. - Everyone's invited! All proceeds will go towards Hope Haven!

GLOW (Girls Leading Our World) Camp 2017!
Over 60 girls from across the country, from different cultures gathered together for 5 days and participated in fun camp activities and learning sessions ranging from self esteem to leadership to team building. Sessions were led by Volunteers, Counterparts and other invited guests.

Digital Marketing Summit 2017
Embracing technology for an optimal Belize tourism marketing collaboration...

Channel 7

Anke Doehm No Bail, In Jail
Last night, we told you how the American couple, Anke and David Doehm were arraigned an remanded on the first charge that somehow links them to the death of their adopted daughter Faye Lin Cannon. They are at prison awaiting their next adjournment date on the offense of "cruelty to a child", but it caused a great stir on Facebook today, when this picture was posted. We can't say for sure that this is Anke Doehm, but the rumors where that she was at a bank, when she should have been in jail. That led to all kind of speculation that she was being treated preferentially, or that she had been granted bail.

Maya Mopan, Another Baby Drowns In A Well
Today the family of a 17 month old baby girl is in mourning after she drowned in a well. Baby Orellana was playing with her family when she made her way to a well on the edge of the family's property unnoticed; she fell in before anyone realized she was missing, and died before they found her. Orellana is the second baby from Belmopan's Maya Mopan area to drown this year. In January, 18 month old Edwin Duarte, fell into his family's well while they were doing the laundry. Today, our news team went out west to find out what happened. Here's Alex Courtenay with the story... Yesterday the children of the Coy family in Maya Mopan were playing the front of their family's property when 17 month old Orellana slipped away from the group unnoticed. She was only out of sight for a few minutes before the older kids realized she was gone and began to panic.

Kevin Carcamo, Still Missing Despite Reports To The Contrary
If you follow the news, you might remember Kevin Carcamo - he's the former chairman of the Hattieville Village Council who went missing in July, 2014. His disappearance remains a mystery - and for weeks now we've been hearing reports that he slipped away to the US while his family has been looking for him here. Again, it's a rumor but it picked up traction today when the FACEBOOK page NBZLive posted a story saying that Carcamo is alive and well in the United States.

Teacher Sent To Jail For Sex With Student
Tonight a teacher from Mopan Technical high is on remand at the Hattieville prison, accused of having unlawful sex intercourse with a 15 year old female student. San Ignacio police had been investigating for some time - and brought charges against 24 year old Eric Mazin yesterday. He was arraigned and remanded.

BPMS Workers Get Bail
Since Wednesday we've been reporting on the two mail couriers for BPMS who were busted with 25 pounds of weed just outside Orange Walk. The weed was in a large rectangular box inside the cargo truck. Police say the weed was not a piece of cargo, but a package that the driver 31-year-old Jose Garcia and sideman 30-year-old Brian Hernandez were responsible for. They were charged for drug trafficking and denied bail in Orange Walk Magistrate's Court yesterday, but today in the Supreme Court Justice Denis Hanomansingh offered them bail of $5,000 dollars each. The two Corozal residents met bail and were free to go.

GSU Beat Keith
Keith Yearwood is the brother of well known police Inspector Fitzroy Yearwood, but he's also a deportee, and he says that may be what caused the GSU to pounce on him last night. Yearwood says he was pulling up to Tow Tow grocery with two kids in his car - when the GSU pulled up and proceeded to beat him down:. Keith Yearwood, Beaten by GSU: "Members of the GSU unit surrounded my car with machine guns and demanded that I and my daughter get out the car. When upon getting out the car, one of the GSU officers dragged me by my hair and try to pull me down to the ground. The other one put a gun on my daughter and demanded that she get out. I informed both of them before they even asked her to get out that it was my daughter who is also and minor. She is only 15 years old."

MIT Made A Contraband Bust
Police caught a Orange Walk resident on a contraband move this morning. 53 year old Alfred Edward Usher was heading down from Orange Walk to Belize City with a stash of contraband cigarettes and whisky. The MIT and Precinct 3 Police had advance information and they waited for him at the northern entrance to the city. Usher alighted the bus and got into a taxi which is when police stopped and searched him. They found 15 cartons of elite brand cigarettes. 10 cartons of elegant brand cigarette, 9 cartons of elegant brand cigarettes, 4 cartons of LG premium brand cigarettes and 2 liters of Buchanan's whisky. All of them were handed over to Customs Belize City which will now handle the case.

Stuart's Story
Last night we told you about Darren Stuart Sr. and Jr - who were taken to court for a confrontation that they'd had with bus driver Deon Brenton Talbert. Darren Jr was charged for harm, while Darren Sr. was charged for aggravated assault and threatening words. Turns out they were fighting over bus runs. Talbert drives for McFadzean bus while the Stuart's have their own bus line - both operating in the Belize River Valley. Darren Stuart says that McFadzean Bus has been running almost half an hour late, and encroaching on the time for his run. Stuart says he has been complaining to the Department of Transport about the violation and its fallen on deaf ears, so in early June he had to take matters into his own hands. He felt his position wasn't reflected in the story we got form the court yesterday, so he agreed to an interview today - telling us his account of the confrontation:...

Vera Denied Bail Again
For the past month or so, the convicted firearms examiner, Orlando Vera, has been trying to get Supreme Court bail. He's serving a 2-year sentence for the charge of abetment of the crime of perverting the course of Justice, but he is in the process of appealing. His attorney believes that he is entitled to bail while waiting for the appeal, and they've been trying convince Justice Herbert Lord of that. So far, he's already made 3 applications for Supreme Court bail, and today, he was denied again. As we told you, there are delays in the court process because the full record of the case needs to be sent from the Magistracy to the the Supreme Court.

Fire In Flores
There was a house fire in Las Flores which damaged a cement home. Yesterday at around midday Terry Coleman put a load of clothes in her washing machine and dryer before going to her kitchen to begin cooking. While preparing the food, Coleman said that she heard noises coming from the laundry room and went to check it out. By the time she got there, the entire room was in flames. The fire spread to the roof and throughout the rest of the house before the Belmopan Fire Department arrived on the scene. The damaged to the home and its contents is estimated at around $27,500. The house was uninsured.

Digital Tourism
Today the BTB held its third annual Digital Summit. As we told you in our preview on Wednesday, the one-day event is an opportunity for tourism stakeholders to learn how to harness the internet and social media as marketing tools. Two of the presenters told us its all about finding how to attract social media users with marketing content tailored to their interests:... James Lager, Connections Strategy Supervisor - CIsco: "It's really important to be active in social, because it's becoming increasingly large part of people's media consumption and that provides a lot of opportunities for brands and specifically in Belize things like hotels and tour operators - the opportunity to reach the people that matter to their business." "Obviously there are 2 and half million pieces of content that are published to Facebook every single minute. So it's increasingly important that your content is adding value to people's lives as opposed to just selling them on a product."

UNICEF Wants To Hear From The Children
Children aren't the ones that come immediately to mind when there are discussions of national issues affecting those very same youth. Well UNICEF along with its partners attempted to change that model today when it organized a 4 day consultation session with 20 youth to do just that: for them to speak up on challenges they face and to give ideas on how to overcome them. And of course all this was done in a fun and engaging way. So today the participants showcased their ideas through skits and dramatization. We stopped by to find out more about the initiative.

Man Loses Life On Southern
A man was killed on the southern highway early this morning. At 12:40 am, Gilbert Romero Jr of Independence Village was driving a Ford Ranger when he lost control between miles 37 and 38 on the Southern Highway. The pickup overturned and he received severe head and body injuries - which killed him on the spot.

Worst Kind Of Deja Vu At Nuevo Nostalgia Bar
Last night at 9:00 there was an armed robbery at the Nuevo Nostalgia Bar in Orange Walk. The owner, Isis Sanchez was robbed of $2,500 dollars by two men - one of them was armed. Asking to appear off camera, one of the waitresses told us about the holdup... Voice of: Isis Sanchez, Owner: "Two persons came in with firearms with their faces covered, one of them went to the counter and took all the money. The one with the gun went up and took away chains and rings from two clients. The next one down here took away the jewelry from my employees and both of them escaped."

NOC Forced To Pay 15K For Cross Country Samples
Two nights ago - we told you how the Belize Cycling Federation still hadn't handed out cross country finishing prizes three whole months after the race in April. That's because the urine samples which were sent to the UCLA Lab for testing haven't been tested. And that's because the National Olympic Committee owes the lab. Now, we spoke to the President of the Olympic Committee, Hilly Martinez and he says they've run into arrears because the Cycling Federation failed to pay for the tests for the New Year's Day race as promised. The Cycling Federation says that's untrue, because the Olympic Committee agreed with KREM, who organized the race, to sponsor the samples sent from that race. What's more, the NOC says it fully paid the former National Anti Doping Representative in Belize, Patrick Henry for all of its tests.

Healing and Hope
For the past 4 years now, community activist Perry "Stix" Smith has been on a sort of crusade with his Days of Healing initiative. He and his supporters have been going into the gang-ridden communities to host family days as a sort of ointment to sooth the deep wounds in those communities who have lost loved-ones to gun violence. On Sunday, he's back at it again, and this time, he's teaming up with Erwin X, on a Day of Healing dedicated to the memory of Andrew Bennett, the popular DJ known as "Hard Rock". He was gunned down and killed in May, and these activists say that a Day of Healing eat the Iguana Street Court could alleviate the pain of his loss.

Songster Sanchez in Belize
Sanchez and Flourgon, they're two veteran Jamaican reggae artists, who've been mashing up the reggae and dancehall music scenes since the 1980's. They're known for hits such as Frenzy, Never Dis D man, Pretty Girl, Missing You, and Brown Eyes. And tonight, they're in Belize for the Summer Fest 2017 Concert, where they are sure to perform their career-spanning hits for local fans. This evening, the promoters hosted a press conference for the the Duo and Belize's own TR Shine, to tell you why you'll want to attend: The Concert takes place on Saturday at the Castleton Entertainment Park in Burrell Boom. It starts at 9:00.

Philloughby In It To Win It
And finally tonight, we can confirm that four term Belize city councillor Phillip Willoughby has submitted his name to run as Mayor or councillor. Williughby told us he submitted it to the party secretariat this evening, and will now work towards getting a mandate. And what about the incumbent two term mayor, Darrell Bradley? Did he submit his name? WEll, indications are that he has not, but Bradley follows his own timeline even though today was the deadline for city hopefuls.

ERWIN EXTRO
We leave you tonight with the poet, Erwin X, and his latest poem very relevant for violent times, called Shooting Star..

Channel 5

Toddler girl drowns in pit at Maya Mopan home
Six months ago in January, we reported on the death of an eighteen-month-old child, Edwin Lorenzo Duarte. He drowned after falling into an uncovered well while playing behind his house [...]

Doehm couple went to bank before they went to jail
A photograph of Anke Doehm has been making the rounds on social media. The photo is taken from afar, but it shows Anke lining up inside the Belize Bank. When [...]

Still no bail for Orlando Vera; attorney wants judge off case
Forensic examiner Orlando Vera was back in court today as he continues to seek bail ahead of an appeal of his June first conviction for abetment to pervert the course [...]

G.S.U. menace Keith Yearwood, younger brother of Police Inspector
The Gang Suppression Unit is under fire once again, this time for allegedly beating up the younger brother of well-known Police Inspector Fitzroy Yearwood.  On Thursday night, G.S.U. personnel on [...]

Family left battered, bruised and in fear
The entire ordeal was witnessed by Yearwood’s son who happened to also be in the area purchasing food at a nearby restaurant. Not only has the incident left him badly [...]

Vendors say Festival of Hope will shut them out
B.T.L. Park vendors are up in arms with the City Council. They say that the City Council went over their heads and made an agreement about the use of the [...]

Vendors can’t catch ear of CitCo
You heard Reneau say that they were never consulted and now they are being asked not to conduct business. The vendors are not happy about the situation and they have [...]

Edward Usher moved major cigarettes on a bus
Fifty-three-year old Edward Usher, a resident of Louisiana, Orange Walk was nabbed by police after he exited a bus at the entrance of Belize City earlier today. Acting on information, [...]

Teacher charged for sexual assault of minor student
Eric Mazin, a twenty-four-year-old teacher, has been charged by police with unlawful sexual intercourse with one of his female students, aged sixteen. According to police the incident happened when the [...]

D.H.S.: Abuse reports must be substantiated
The tragic death of thirteen-year-old Faye Lin Cannon under the supervision of her adoptive parents last Monday in San Pedro, has raised a myriad of questions about the role of [...]

Foreign embassies assist with DHS cases
In a case where the victim is a foreigner living in Belize, the department must communicate with the respective embassy, informing them that the child, or children, is in the [...]

Can Cannons’ adoptive father reunite with children?
Of interest is that Anke Doehm’s former husband, David Cannon, is presently in Belize seeking full custody of the three children.  Cannon arrived in country shortly after receiving news of [...]

Onward, upward and together at last – the citrus industry
Citrus fruit production is Belize’s oldest agro-industry, but in profitability has long been overtaken by sugar and is barely keeping ahead of others. A combination of internal turmoil and shocks [...]

Interest high in Plant World Nursery
The Citrus Growers Association says it is finding greater than expected success in spinning off the Plant World Nursery, located off the Southern Highway in Red Bank village, into its [...]

Belize addresses itself to digital tourism market
The B.T.B. hosted its one day Digital Summit for a third consecutive year. The “digital marketing” event engages local tourism stakeholders for a day of learning through interactive and immersive [...]

The kids speak out
For this past week UNICEF has been engaging eighteen adolescents from across nine municipalities to learn more about the issues affecting their peers around the country. The adolescents, who sit [...]

‘Hard Rock’ to be honored at next Days of Healing
The forty-sixth Day of Healing, a massive community event celebrating the life of fallen disc jockey and social activist Andrew ‘Hard Rock’ Bennett takes place this weekend.  A peace walk [...]

LOVE FM

David and Anke Doehm charged with cruelty to a child, remain behind bars
David and AnkeDoehm remain in a jail cell after they were arraigned today before Chief Magistrate Anne Marie Smith. The American couple suspected of causing the death of 13 year old Faye Lynn Cannon were charged for the crime, “cruelty to a child”. Since it is an indictable matter, no plea was taken. Despite their […]

Doehms’ attorney to seek bail
Expecting that bail would have been denied in the magistrate court, attorneys for David and Anke Cannon, Richard Bradley and Ellis Arnold began the paper work to apply for bail in the Supreme Court. Bradley says it is a matter for the Supreme Court to decide. Richard Bradley – Attorney “Myself and Mr.Arnold discussed and […]

Adoptive father of Cannon siblings seek custody
Thirteen year old Faye Lin Cannon has three sisters, all of whom were adopted by Anke Doehm and he ex-husband David Cannon. Cannon travelled to Belize after he learnt of Faye’s death. He has begun the paper work to get the custody of the remaining girls. His representative, Roberta Usher, spoke to the media. Roberta […]

Former FFB General Secretary seeks legal advise over dismissal
Michael Blease has sought legal advice to challenge the method used to dismiss him as the General Secretary of the Football Federation of Belize, F.F.B. Blease would not comment much but he told Love News that he received his dismissal letter this morning. Michael Blease – Former FFB General Secretary “At this time I have […]

FFB Congress still in the pipeline
In a letter date July 8, the football associations in the Orange Walk and Corozal districts along with the Premier League of Belize have asked that an extra ordinary congress be held. The request was made so the matter of dismals can be brought up and ventilated. They were calling on the dismissal of Michael […]

BSCFA says more information needed on proposed project
CEO of the Belize Sugar Cane farmers Association, Oscar Alonzo says they are not against the BSI/ASR’s Sugar Industry’s proposal to produce Direct Consumption Sugar. What they are concerned about are the conditions that BSI has for investing in the proposed project. Alonzo says they do not have many details on the proposed project but […]

Association of Justices of the Peace donates to the Ministry of Health
The Association of Justices of the Peace of the California Chapter in the USA and the Justices of the Peace and Commissioners of the Supreme Court of the Belize Chapter today donated over one thousand scrubs to the Ministry of Health. The scrubs are to be handed to the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital and the […]

Marie Sharp wins awards in Germany
Marie Sharp hot pepper sauce has received two golden awards for two of their hot sauces in Germany. Today Marie Sharp, the lady responsible for the incomparable hot sauces told Love News that their distributors in Germany entered a Bar-B-Q festival in that country where they displayed samples of the various sauces produced by Marie […]

Forest Department looks to curb illegal logging
With the closure of the logging season, forest department in each district are taking measures to prevent and/or halt the illegal harvesting of these natural resources. In Punta Gorda, the Forest Department has begun put measures in place to deter these types of illegal activities. Paul Mahung reporting… “The logging season is closed and the […]


#524572 - 07/15/17 06:41 AM Re: Today's Belize News: July 15, 2017 [Re: Marty]  
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Cartels have use for fake military uniforms
–Last Thursday, a Belizean man who lives close to the Belize-Mexico border was busted by police and BDF officers with close to 100 BDF uniforms. He was temporarily detained by police and released without any charges. Our newspaper grew concerned when we learnt that the man enjoyed cozy relationships with senior BDF officers, who enjoyed cozy relationships with ruling UDP politicians. Last Thursday, a Mexican national on his way to Mexico from Orange Walk Town was also busted with a bundle of BDF uniforms. When officers inquired where he had gotten them, he pointed to the Orange Walk residence of Sarco Torres. Police went to Torres’ house, where they found close to a hundred uniforms, and BDF boat engine parts inside his home. He and two men at his residence were detained.

I’m innocent; blame Immigration Department for the irregularities: Hon. Manuel Heredia, Jr.
For the first time last Wednesday, two sitting Cabinet Ministers made their appearance before the Senate Select Committee. Cabinet Ministers Anthony “Boots” Martinez and Edmond “Clear the Land” Castro provided the Senate Select Committee with testimonies that were seen by many as full of insolence and arrogance. Today, two other Cabinet Ministers, Rene Montero and Manuel Heredia Jr., appeared to testify before the Senate Select Committee after they were named in connection with major irregularities in Auditor General Dorothy Bradley’s Special Audit of the Immigration Department. Their presentations were civil, compared to that of their previous colleagues.

Arthur Saldivar owes Abdul Marin $3,300: General Legal Council
In 2013, community activist Abdul Marin, and PUP campaigner Herman Blease were seeking union representation for employees at the Kolbe Foundation, although the Laws of Belize (Chapter 304) do not allow for this. During those efforts, things got heated and Marin was accused of making some offensive allegations against John Woods, chairman of the Kolbe Foundation. This led to a libel suit which Marin lost. He was ordered to pay Woods in the vicinity of $40,000. However, he never made that payment because Woods pardoned him. Marin had contracted the services of Saldivar, who did not collect a penny to represent him.

he sad, sordid San Pedro story of Faye Lin
An American couple, David Doehm, 56, and his wife Anke Doehm, 56, both residents of San Pedro, appeared in front of Chief Magistrate Ann Marie Smith, along with their attorneys, to be arraigned on a charge of cruelty to a child. The couple was remanded to prison after a submission by Director of Public Prosecutions Cheryl-Lynn Vidal, S.C., who objected to the court granting the couple bail on the grounds that they are flight risks. When the hearing began, and Chief Magistrate Smith asked Anke Doehm how she was pleading, DPP Vidal rose to inform the court that the case is a very serious one and will be heard on indictment. So no plea was taken from the two. The allegation against the two is that between January 1, 2017 and July 3, 2017, they endangered the welfare of Faye Lin Cannon, 13.

Hammon Lemoth, 23, succumbs to 2 gunshot wounds in the head
After spending the last 50 days fighting for his life after being shot twice in the head, Ontario resident Hammon Lemoth, 23, is dead. According to a relative, he died at around 11 o’clock this morning while receiving medical attention at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital (KHMH). A source close to Lemoth’s family told us that he had been released from the KHMH on Tuesday, but was re-admitted last night after his blood sugar level collapsed dramatically. On the night of May 23, Lemoth was shot twice in the head when a gunman entered his workplace at LD’s barbershop on Central American Boulevard in Belize City. The injuries caused him to lose his motor skills, which caused him to lose the ability to care for himself.

Belize teen girl saved from human traffickers
The Immigration Department has long warned Belizeans against leaving the country through unregulated border crossings, especially along the Orange Walk border, which leads to Botes, Mexico. Today, the Senator representing the Non-Governmental Community, Osmany Salas, recounted a case of suspected human trafficking which would have been successful if authorities had not acted swiftly. He recounted that last night, a woman informed him that her teenage daughter had run away from home. He revealed that the worried mother was able to ascertain that her daughter had crossed the border at Botes, along with several other girls who had all been in the company of an unidentified man and woman.

Belize’s Warriors FC (Rush Belize) playing big in Colorado, USA
Our Belize U-13 football ambassadors, Warriors FC (Rush Belize) are giving very good account of themselves in the Rush Fest tournament in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. The team left Belize on Saturday afternoon (not Sunday, as we mistakenly indicated in our Tuesday issue.). Starting on Monday of this week, the team has played 3 games so far, winning two by convincing scores of 8-0 and 9-2, but lost today, 2-0. Daniel Fabro is the director of the club, with head coach Santi Valencia, coaches, Wilmore Staine and Julius Allen, and assistant coach Dmitri Fabro. The 15 players on the team are from different districts.

Cricket News – Excellence vs Summer Fever in cricket finals
The Belize National Cricket Association (BNCA) reported today on the latest action in the Harrison Parks National Cricket Competition 2017. Following is that report: The cricket match (game two of the semifinals) between Excellence of Double Head Cabbage and Brilliant of Crooked Tree was completed on Sunday, July 9, in Double Head Cabbage. Brilliant batted a total of 207 runs. Calbert Reynolds top scored with 65 runs, and Lawrence Banner took three wickets. Excellence batted a total of 210 with 8 wickets fallen; but the last wicket was at bat, as Excellence had one player short. Kenroy Roca top scored for Excellence with 37 runs, and Ian Broaster took 2 wickets.

BDFA Interoffice football under way
The Belize District Football Association (BDFA) Interoffice Football Tournament 2017 kicked off last night at the MCC Grounds with two games played. In the opener, Deportivo Los Alcones won, 1-0, over Ramada Eco Nature, on a goal by David Lopez (58’). And in the nightcap, Fiscal Attraction FC dropped Tourist Village Tennants, 3-2, with a goal apiece from Douglas Bowen (15’), Michael Hernandez (34’) and Kendice Williams (51’); while Tourist Village got a goal each from Nuri Garbutt (22’) and Hector Martinez (26’). Tonight’s games feature Tourist Village/Transparent BPO FC vs BTL at 7:30 p.m., followed by Belize City Council vs Latino FC.

“In the Paint” – Interoffice basketball round-up
The Kings utilized a 28 to 13 third-quarter run to overcome an 11-point first-half deficit, eventually winning by the final score of 85-74 over BTL last Friday night in the nightcap game of Interoffice Basketball, at the St. Martin De Porres Swift Hall Auditorium. Kings’ Jacob Leslie knocked down five threes on his way to a 29-point night, while leading his team to the big come-from-behind victory. Down at the conclusion of first-half play, Leslie made scoring his very clear goal in the second half. Farron Louriano added 25 points 7 rebounds on 6 of 13 from the field. Meanwhile, BTL’s Lennox Bowman finished with 26 points on 9 of 24 from the field, while his teammate, Jason Vasquez contributed 13 points in the loss.

Editorial: The storming of the Bastille – July 14, 1789
For the last 48 years at Kremandala we have been stewards of a process which has sought to enlighten the Belizean people about important and relevant issues. We did not think that 48 years after the establishment of this newspaper, the education system of this country would be as backward and repressive as it is. That’s the bad news. The good news is that, with minority support from the Belizean people, Kremandala has sustained a process which allows for the airing and discussion of, yes, important and relevant issues. In the two twentieth century world wars (1914-1918 and 1939-1945), the British and the French were allies, but for all the nine centuries before that, leading up to the time of Napoleon Bonaparte in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, the British and the French were, most often, blood enemies. A mere twenty six miles of the English Channel separated the British island from the French European mainland, but those twenty six miles probably saved Britain from Napoleon’s France.

From the Publisher
At the time, the Battle of St. George’s Caye did not seem to be that big a deal because no one knew that it would be the last major attack on the settlement of Belize by the Spanish viceroyalty in the Yucatan. The reason why the skirmish in September of 1798 was the last such Spanish offensive was because of what was happening in Europe, beginning with the French Revolution in 1789, and what was happening in the Caribbean, beginning with the Haitian Revolution in 1791. The storming of the Bastille prison by the French masses in Paris on July 14, 1789, led to a social transformation in France which unleashed serious energies. For whatever it was worth, a man of the people, so to speak, rose to military power in France and ended up actually declaring himself Emperor of France in 1804. He was a Corsican by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte, and one of the reasons he became a legend was because he fought on the battlefield along with his soldiers. The French army became the most fearsome in Europe, so much so that by 1808 Napoleon was able to place one of his brothers, Joseph, on the Spanish throne.

Ending the appointed Senate …
Dear Editor, Whoever has been championing the elected Senate (an essential part of the republican system) must be careful that their grinning lips don’t split all the way around and join at the back of their heads, for that would be a decapitation. Effectively, the disrespect showed our “parliamentary” Senate by the two Ministers, Martinez and Castro, disrespect that went unchecked, put an end to the appointed Senate in Belize. We should dismantle this thing now, cut the charade and move on. Pity the knife that turns on itself. Of course, Martinez and Castro will never see the insides of Cabinet again, not via the republican system, the new vehicle they just ushered into town. All hail the new system in Belize! Carla and Godwin should pack their bags and go, before they are ordered to do so.

San Pedro Ambergris Caye: two distinct, different communities!
Over the years power on the island of San Pedro Ambergris Caye has slowly been transferred from the local San Pedranos to the foreign white-dominated expatriate elite. They have become to the island, what the British colonial government was to the then, colony of Belize. Through the control of the lucrative tourism industry, they have managed to garnish the most prized real estate and virtually dominate the financial atmosphere of the island. In so doing, as money has done in every other economy, they have wrestled away power from the locals. The foreign elite in San Pedro over the years have become more and more untouchable, for the simple fact that they control the economy. They have managed to divide the island into two distinct different communities. One, the playground for the rich tourists and well-to-do Belizeans, and the other part for the dirt poor residents who cater to their needs. The structure is such that it is almost impossible for those at the poorest levels of the economic totem pole to work themselves out of poverty because the cost of living is so high. This is because even though San Pedro remains a huge tax base for the nation because of the huge influx of much needed foreign currency, it is offered little or no relief to alleviate the tax burden on the ordinary citizen. It is incomprehensible that a community that gives so much to the nation, is offered so little in return to improve their standard of living.

A call for peace to the Belizean black youth!
The Garifuna International Indigenous Film Festival (GIIFF) is the only living cultural film festival in the United States that is founded and produced by a Garifuna Belizean woman, Freda Sideroff. And last night in the premiering and screening of yours truly’s documentary film on the Belize gang crisis called, “Abdul Marin Nunez and the Belize Gang Crisis”, it was revealed to me in some of the most moving and spiritual ways, the passionate work that goes into this annual visual arts masterpiece. Film festivals like this are a medium through which the visual artist protests and resists against all forms of oppression so as to bring the struggle of a people and cause to the forefront of an audience who may not necessarily know. It provides a humble outlet of expression to the voiceless and the marginalized peoples of the world who cannot find a place in the mainstream media. It is service to the underserved of a nation. It is a powerful non-violent weapon for the cultural and political activist.

RIGHT TO THE POINT: Domestic violence! How is it dealt with under our law?
There is so much to write about violence, because from my little perch and over four decades of life in my little Belize… I have seen where we have become a very violent society and where in all forms, forums, and facets of our daily lives we have become violent to each other. Sadly, too often we have become so accustomed to or immune to violence that we are comfortable in it. The violence against us by gun may just be the extreme, since we experience social violence by our political leaders, sometimes subtle and sometimes not so subtle. The attacks and rudest and most violent of conduct by the supposedly “honourable” Ministers Castro and Boots are just a perfect example of the blatant violence our political leaders display against us… but more importantly against us women. Then there is the subtle violence of denying us better health care, educational access, social services, etc. because of the mismanagement of our funds by handouts and political bribes that keep the masses dependent and abused… that is called financial violence.

New Zika research finds virus in 5% of donor blood samples in Belize
According to the Zika update published by UNICEF on July 10, although the trend of reported new cases in Central America continues to decrease, Belize is an exception. The anomaly here might be the result of a changing testing regimen, which has seen more samples sent to neighboring Mexico for analysis, and a spike in Zika cases in northern Belize recorded since last November. Previously, Belize, unable to test for Zika in-country, had accessed limited testing assistance for high-risk cases from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) in Trinidad and Tobago. Beyond the assistance from Mexico, a medical alliance of professionals from the USA has teamed up with officials here under a 5-year project intended to study Zika and other arbo-viruses in Belize, namely Dengue and Chikungunya. According to Director of Health Services, Dr. Marvin Manzanero, donated blood collected from the various regional hospitals (reflecting samples from across Belize) was tested as a part of the exercise and Zika was found at a prevalence of 5% – near the prevalence rate of the wider Belize population.

District hardest hit by unemployment also sees biggest rise in property crimes
The Police Department has released the mid-year major crime statistics, and our analysis of the data has revealed that the district which currently reports the highest unemployment rate of 13% (according to a recent release by the Statistical Institute of Belize) is also the district which saw the highest increase in property crimes for the first half of this year. According to the official police data, Stann Creek saw spikes in all three crime categories: robbery, burglary and theft, even as other districts, such as Toledo and Orange Walk, saw notable declines. Nationally, property crimes increased from 2015 to 2016 but fell from 2016 to 2017. We note that the fall in property crimes for January to June 2017, when compared to the same period last year, was 26%, while the fall in personal crimes: murder, rape and unlawful sexual intercourse, was 12%.

“I don’t know the Harmouchs”, said Minister Montero
ayo Central area representative, Rene Montero, today testified before the Senate Select Committee tasked with investigating the Auditor General Dorothy Bradley’s Special Audit of the Immigration Department which documented major irregularities and illegalities. Montero was named in relation to the shady issuance of nationality certificates to two Lebanese individuals —Saad Harmouch and Wael Harmouch, based in San Pedro Town, which falls within the Belize Rural South constituency. When the committee asked why was it that he had recommended the two persons for nationality certificates even though they were not his constituents, Montero used the Immigration Department as his scapegoat. His explanations left our newspaper with more questions than answers regarding election fraud and the politicization of our public institutions.

Faye Lin’s adoptive mother and husband charged with cruelty to a child
Yesterday, Wednesday, July 12, David and Anke Doehm were arrested and charged with “cruelty to a child” in connection with the death of 13-year-old Faye Lin Cannon, which occurred while the child was in their care. The young girl was found dead on her bed on the morning of July 3, and a post-mortem examination on July 6 certified the cause of her death as compression on the chest causing internal hemorrhage, and sexual and physical abuse. The compression was of such force that it caused three of her ribs to break, one of which punctured her heart. The charges were brought on indictment, which means the trial will take place at the Supreme Court. This announcement was made yesterday by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution.

The Reporter

Toddler drowns in pit latrine
A baby of the Maya Mopan area, Belmopan fell into an outdoor pit latrine and drowned. The incident happened shortly before 5:30 p.m., on Thursday, when the little girl, 17-month-old Teresa Coy went missing. Her mother, Teresa Teul, 26, told police that the baby was […]

Man shot 7 weeks ago dies
A man who was shot in the head over seven weeks ago has died of the gunshot injury. 23-year-old Hammon Lemoth, a barber, succumed on Thursday morning. Lemoth was cutting a client’s hair inside One Love barber shop on Central American Boulevard on May 23, […]

Taiwan waives visa restrictions for friendly nations
In a move to solidify its relationship with Caribbean allies, the Republic of China (Taiwan) announced this week that it would relax visa restrictions for 10 friendly nations. Residents of Belize, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent and […]

CARICOM supports Belize against Guatemala at Heads of Government conference
Belize received unanimous support from leaders from throughout the Caribbean community (CARICOM) who attended the 38th Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in St George’s, Grenada last week. The CARICOM leaders reiterated their support for the sovereignty, […]

BECOL breaks ground for new headquarters
An official ground breaking ceremony was held last Thursday at the Xuana Vista Estate at mile 69 on the George Price highway to mark the site of the future headquarters of the Belize Electric Company Ltd. (BECOL). The hydroelectric company’s headquarter building is at the design stage […]

Twelve participants complete solar maintenance course
Twelve participants form all over the country have successfully completed an eight-day Solar Care Taking course, hosted by Solar Energy Solutions Belize (SESB). SESB hosted the training course at the company’s show system in Teakettle Village, from June 26 to July 6. SESB customized the training for […]

Roads damaged by recent rains refurbished and reopened
Two roads that were made impassable by the effects of the recent rains have been refurbished and reopened to vehicular traffic. Two weeks ago, a flash flood that swept through western Belize washed away a portion of the Calla Creek/Bullet Tree access road in the […]

New bus terminal, vehicle registration and drivers licensing system coming soon
Drivers across the country will soon have a new vehicle registration and drivers licensing system to complement a new bus terminal to facilitate buses from all over Belize in the coming months. This week, Minister of Transport, Edmond Castro discussed the two projects with the […]

American Heart Association says coconut oil is unhealthy
Coconut oil has, for years, been the most popular cooking oil for Belizeans, because of its rich taste, as well as what past studies have shown – that it is good for human consumption. Perhaps as popular as its taste, coconut oil has been the […]

PACT and UB partners to offer scholarship opportunities
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between the University of Belize (UB) and the Protected Area Conservation Trust (PACT) on Monday, July 10, in order to provide five Bachelors scholarship to qualified students. The implementation of the scholarship opportunity valued at $50,000 is geared at enhancing […]

Teen boy executed in San Pedro Town
. San Pedro police are investigating the murder of 16-year-old Julian Tun who was executed on Saturday night just hours after he arrived on the island to visit a female friend. Around 11:00 p.m on July 8, multiple shots rang out on Sea Grapes Drive in front of […]

Driver to be charged in weekend RTA
After days of investigation, police have issued a notice of intended prosecution (NIP) to the driver in a fatal road traffic accident that occurred on the Philip Goldson Highway over the weekend. Police announced on Tuesday that they are seeking to lay charges against Anthony Humes, a […]

Guatemalan bandit killed by police in carjacking attempt
A failed carjacking attempt has led to the death of a Guatemalan national and gunshot injuries to another after they were engaged in a shootout with Belizean authorities over the weekend. The men, both residents of Melchor De Mencos, Guatemala, have been identified as 37-year-old Ervin Rene […]

Editorial
In our last week’s Editorial we did not intend to infer that the Ministry of Education was not doing a good job in educating the young men and women entrusted to its care. We said what we intended to say: that the Ministry has not been able to improve the […]

Suspected child killers charged with ‘cruelty’
Anke and David Doehm, the Americans accused of killing their adopted daughter in San Pedro, were charged with ‘cruelty to a child’ in relation to the death of 13-year-old Faye Lin Cannon on Thursday and were remanded to the Belize Central Prison, while the murder […]

Defense Ministry not bothered by BDF equipment in civilian hands
Neither the Belize Defense Force nor the Ministry of Defense is conducting any investigation into how a Mexican national and an Orange Walk resident came into possession of almost 100 BDF uniforms and other BDF equipment. Both the BDF and the Ministry have said that […]

Cops bust 25 lbs of weed in BPMS van
Orange Walk police, based on intelligence gathered by the department, made a bust of 25 pounds of marijuana being transported by a Belize Package and Mail Service (BPMS) driver in one of the popular courier service’s company vans this week. Thirty-one-year-old Jose Garcia, the driver […]

Two more ministers before Senate Committee
Two more seated Cabinet ministers testified before the Senate Special Select Committee this week: Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Manuel Heredia Jr., and Minister of Works, Rene Montero. The ministers took the witness stand on Wednesday to answer for recommendations they made for nationality, […]

Murders, major crime down, says ComPol; but so are arrests
The crime statistics for 2017, at least up to the end of June, show that major crimes are down, compared to the end of June, 2016. The Commissioner of Police, Allen Whylie, shared the numbers with the media on Tuesday, and his boss, Minister of […]

Breaking Belize NewsPJ

Belmopan infant drowns in toilet
According to police reports, last night around 6:30, Belmopan Police visited the Western Regional Hospital where officers saw the body of 17-month-old Teresa Coy. Investigations have revealed that around 5:00 p.m. Coy, along with other family members were at their house in Maya Mopan playing when baby Teresa reportedly left their sight.

Faye Lin Cannon’s adopted father launches custody battle for remaining siblings
Following the death of Faye Lin Cannon, her adopted mother and step-father have been remanded to the Hattieville prison. However, Faye’s three other siblings remain in the care of the Ministry of Human Development. Information to BBN is that the Ministry is allowed to keep them for the next three months.

Police report fatal traffic accident on Southern highway
According to police reports, there was a fatal Road traffic accident around 12:40 a.m. today. The accident occurred between miles 37-38 on the Southern Highway.

Popular Orange Walk bar robbed
Last night, La Nueva Nostalgia Bar in Orange Walk town was robbed of $2,500. According to the owner, Isis Sanchez, two men entered the establishment and one of them was armed with a gun.

Gunshot victim succumbs after 50 days
Belize City cops are currently investigating another case of murder. That is because Hammon Lemoth, 23, died on Thursday morning. After close to 50 days of fighting for his life, he passed away just before midday at the Karl Heusner Memorial Hospital yesterday.

PUP Leader calls for investigation into BDF uniforms
Leader of the PUP, John Briceno is calling for an investigation into the discovery of uniforms belonging to the Belize Defense Force in a home in Orange Walk town. According to reports, the Ministry of Defense sent the uniforms to the Ministry of Finance for destruction. Some of the uniforms were also found with a Mexican who was heading to Botes from Belize.

PUP leader says DPP should charge ministers
Yesterday, Leader of the People’s United Party, John Briceno told 7 News that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) needs to investigate criminal charges to be brought against the ministers who have testified thus far in the ongoing Senate hearings.

Shyne gearing up for Mesop run
Political aspirant for the Mesopotamia Division, Shyne Barrow, son of prime Minister Dean Barrow, said this week that the has been actively doing the groundwork in the constituency in preparation for the next general elections. Barrow said that apart from walking the division everyday, he is spearheading registration for residents who have become of legal voting age; and has already registered about 30 residents. Barrow has also secured new backboards for the basketball court on Euphrates Street, and is planning on holding a basketball tournament there next Saturday.

ASR Group to combat incoming sugar industry issues with productivity
The American Sugar Refineries (ASR) Group, owners of Belize Sugar Industries (BSI), is planning on using increased productivity to combat the low world price of sugar and Belize’s loss of preferential European markets later this year. Vice President of International Relations for the ASR Group, Mac McLachlan, explained that Belize already has an advantage above many sugar producers in the region because the country produces direct consumption sugar (DCS), which can be sold directly into the market without any further refining.

Blogs

Beautiful bites, a delicious way to eradicate an invasive species!
Eat Lionfish you might ask?! Yes, and they are delicious! Once you dispose of the spines, there is no risk of envenomation, and you’re free to prepare your lionfish as you choose. Lionfish have moist, buttery meat that is often compared to hogfish and grouper. The mild taste and flakey texture allow the fish to be prepared in a wide variety of different ways. From raw to deep fried, grilled to blackened, Lionfish dishes are bound to fit anyone’s taste. By eating Lionfish, you’re not only treating yourself to a new, tasty dish, but also doing your part to help save native reef fish from this voracious predator. Not to mention it’s good for you! Did you know Lionfish have proven to be high in Omega 3 fats, which play a crucial role in brain function and may reduce the risk of heart disease.

First Day of the National Corn Festival 2017 held in Corozal
National Cornfest is A festival designed to celebrate culture, music, the best of Belize in traditional and modern twist on the main foods, corn, coconut, BBQ, meat, fire, beers, live music, Competitions:Latin dance competition Coconut huxing, Corn on the Cob, Tacos Eating, BBQ and Creole, unusual games, bartender faceoff, parade and pageantry. National Corn Coconut & BBQ Festival is a pretty good cross section of Belize Community. All on the same page when it comes to making this festival happen and in a way that in inclusive to not only Corozalean but the community of Belize at large and is not politically connected. Our goal is to help create and maintain what's necessary to sustain this festival to remain a signature event of the Corozal District and an annual event promoting Corozal as a viable tourist destination. We seek to work with the community and interested organizations at large in a very respectful and mutually beneficial way for Coroza

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  • TEDx Belmopan - Launch of 2017 Event, 32min.

  • Airbender YOGA Studio - Introduction to Pilates, 19min.

  • Grace & You - Grace Mi Crazy Shrimp (Jamaican Jerk Style), 31min.

  • BTB Virtual Expo, 32min.

  • Joyful 2 Concert, 23min.

  • Pallotti Convent, 24min.

  • Belize Now | Episode 26 - Friday, July 14th, min. In tonight’s headlines: The Hummingbird Highway is being upgraded, The Attorney General talks anti-corruption, Belizean youths are consulted, Crime is down in 2017, and the Social Investment Fund takes a tour down south. These stories and more on this week’s edition of Belize Now. Thanks for joining us on this Friday, July 14th, 2017!

  • Barracuda Catch and Cook Fail in Belize, 18min. On this of catch and cook I decided to visit the island of ambergris caye in Belize. I originally went after a Great Barracuda, but quickly changed to a tasty .

  • Fishing Belize, 17min. Had an awesome week fishing off the coast of Belize. This should be on every anglers bucket list. Before you go make sure and contact capt George Bradley. On my second day in Belize I went fishing with capt George Bradley. He put me on one of the largest Bonefish I have ever caught. This place is truly paradise . Witt joins friend and fellow fishing guide Will Flack in the pursuit of tarpon, bonefish and permit in the crystal clear waters of San Pedro, Belize. This video documentary is about the sustainable fisheries initiatives underway in Belize that employ various management tools, such as rights-based .

  • Belize 2017, 10min. Our first Scuba Diving Trip to San Pedro, Belize!

  • BELIZE TRIP 2017, 4min. My family and I took a trip to Belize, Central America this summer. Here's some footage from it. Enjoy! :)

  • kids swimming with sharks in Belize, 1min.

  • Catch and Cook Caribbean Style Snapper in Belize, 17min. On this of catch and cook I decided to visit the island of ambergris caye in Belize. I originally went after a Great Barracuda, but quickly changed to a tasty .

  • Belize Travel Video Guide | Ambergris Caye, 6.5min. I spent the last 5 days in Belize learning about the culture, eating great food, and experiencing world class fishing. This should be a bucket list item for everyone.

  • The Belize Lobster Fest - San Pedro Lobster Fest 2017, 6min. On Friday June, 23rd, 2017 I took a spontaneous trip upon last minute to check out the San Pedro Lobster festival for the first time ever. I Spent the Friday and Saturday there. The video attached below shows my journey from San Ignacio to San Pedro. It doesn't go into much details as to what the San Pedro Lobster Fest is or all the activities, but I've written most of the details in this blog. I hope you find it insightful.

  • Manatee in Belize, 1/4min. An awesome experience swimming with manatees in Belize. This was a large male.

  • Tarpon feed Belize, 2min.

  • Swimming with Sharks and Stingrays! Exploring The Beautiful Clear Ocean!, 13min. Come with me as I discover what lies in the beautiful clear waters of Belize! I get to swim with Sharks! Stingrays! and many tropical fishes!


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