Diario: “Year 2005 was not a good year for the police force of Aruba” AKA “There is no Elephant in the Corner”


Diario; January 11, 2006: Alto Comisario mr. Ronny Bernadina a splica pakico: “AÃ’A 2006 NO TABATA UN BON AÃ’A PA CUERPO POLICIAL DI ARUBA”

I think they may have missed one topic for 2005.

High Commissioner Mr. Ronny Bernadina explained why
“Year 2005 was not a good year for the police force of Aruba”

ORANJESTAD (AAN) — Diario approached High Commissioner Mr. Ronny Bernadina to find out about what 2005 signified for the police force, what they achieved and what didn’t go well.

High Commissioner Bernadina explained that the year 2005 was not good for KPA. Although they still don’t have all the details, when the statistics are out, they will publish these in detail, but in what relates to his own experience, he considers 2005 as a very troublesome year.

In regards to traffic accidents, Mr. Bernadina let it be known that in Oranjestad there were 3.172 accidents and very regrettably there were fatal cases, with a total of 9 killed in traffic, where three of these were motorcyclists, 4 were drivers of the cars, and 1 was a passenger. Compared with 2004, this decreased a little, from 14 to 9, but according to the Commissioner, this is nothing to brag about either.
(The rest of the translation) Hat Tip: Getagrip

Posted January 12, 2006 by
Aruba, boycott, Natalee Holloway | 22 comments

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