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Aug 15, 2016

Is Vehicle Theft the Result of a Personal Grudge?

Patrick Faber

Was the theft and damage to Faber’s vehicle the result of a personal grudge or enmity and how did the thief gain access to the vehicle?  According to the politician, he’s not aware that he has that many enemies.


Patrick Faber, Deputy Prime Minister

“I always say that I don’t have much enemies but in politics that’s sometimes nonsensical.  But to my knowledge nobody had that kind of anger towards me or at least I did not know about it.  The police reported to me that the eyewitnesses saw a male of Creole decent in the vehicle or driving the vehicle contrary to the flow of traffic on weekends on the Princess Margaret Drive coming into Marine Parade and then that the vehicle was, that it came on the side of traffic that it was not to [have been] and then veered into the sea.  I will say that I’ve heard comments that people are saying that I was in the driver’s seat and I will make that as plain as I can, I was nowhere in the vehicle.  Some of the descriptions that have come to me say that it was a person of Creole decent, short and kind of stocky, which some would believe describes me.  Well I will assure people that I was nowhere around the scene and it was not me who was driving.  In fact, when I learned of the vehicle being in the sea, I was at the Old Belize dockyard and I no for certain that my driver was not involved as well because they weren’t working on that day.”



“Now you said you parked it at mile three and a half and then you went to Old Belize.  You parked it a home, a secure home.  When we spoke to Mr. Williams he said that it was at the home of your girlfriend.”


Patrick Faber

“Yes I parked it at the home of a friend and it is my understanding that the keys may have been left inside.  You will know that there is a feature on the vehicle that does not really require you to physically have the key in your hands and it’s a push button for it to start.  So when I drove it in fact to that location I didn’t even have the keys on me.  It was in the vehicle.  And so yes, that was where I left the vehicle and I did not authorize anybody to move it or to drive it.  I checked on how it moved, I left the keys with my friend indeed.  It caused me to believe, as she is saying, that somebody stole the vehicle.  I will say at this time as well that I do have a second set of keys that have been missing for the vehicle and that has been missing for sometime although I am not certain that that was the key used to move it, but I think it is useful to share that with you that there is an outstanding key, if you will, at large somewhere that pertains to that vehicle.”

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3 Responses for “Is Vehicle Theft the Result of a Personal Grudge?”

  1. fedup says:

    Easy come easy go, chu Patrick?

  2. Jeeboo Snipes says:

    Could we say, Someone landed in hot water?

  3. CLUTE says:

    And you bunch of Jackasses in Belize believe that story ! I’ve blogged before, they took all the “House Niggers” to Belize. I’d keep on doing b.s. if I were any of these ministers because it’s obvious that you all are too ignorant and illiterate to even comprehend. It’s about to hit the roof though. Patrick, tell the public which one of your men were driving the vehicle. People were out there. Your vehicle was recognized immediately. Look at how the guy is holding up a bottle in one of the photos.

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