Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Remembering Charley


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Charley Dume was gunned down just over two weeks ago, but the pain is still very real.
Close to 100 people met at Coyote’s Den, the scene of the crime, for a march and candlelight vigil yesterday evening to remember Dume, and also to pray for peace and healing in the Nelson Street, Bridgetown community.
Young and old, some using canes as support, did a short loop around the neighbourhood and back to the bar for more reflection.
Here, Dume’s aunt Venise Cadet (left) joined with niece Junika Taylor, Sonia David (second right) and Roslyn Thompson (right) as they remembered a loved one taken from them all too soon. (YB)


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