Alleged School Principal Attacker’s Trial Postponed to November


The trial date for Michael Samuel, charged with attacking a school principal, has been postponed until November.

Samuel allegedly assaulted Christopher Roberts, the principal of Mary E Pigott Primary School, and damaged his $1,000 gold chain in March.

The incident occurred after Samuel’s son was suspended for misconduct, prompting him to confront Principal Roberts.

Reports suggest that Samuel struck Roberts from behind, threatened him, and engaged in a physical altercation.

Samuel, who pleaded not guilty, was originally scheduled for trial in August, but the proceedings will now take place on November 2.

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  1. Watch out fu de long overdue UPP CONFUSION……dem a try anoint ANTHONY SMITH and badplay Richard Lewis fu leadership.


    iShorna try she best fu teach you fu read, but you head hard lakka de kancreet in de UPP Can’t Park at East Bus station

  2. Well I will never vote in this little island ever again all of the these politretians are scumbags… no dignity what so ever all empty head’s telling pure lies…

  3. And Jamal Pringle am still wondering how you became a politician and I haven’t seeing one advancement you made to society for the time you’ve been elected maybe it’s time to go… your liming on the job…

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