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Apr 4, 2016

Sister of Dawson Alleges Special Treatment of Driver Dorian Pakeman

Dorian Pakeman

Diana Stevenson has carried out her own investigation at the scene of the accident in Gardenia Village on the Phillip Goldson Highway. She alleges Pakeman is getting special treatment.


Voice of: Diana Stevenson, Sister of Deceased

“If it was Pakeman dead and Dean the driver, would he have received preferential treatment and I allowed to take him in my private vehicle? Isn’t it prohibited to overtake in a village or inhabited area? Isn’t the speed limit for buses fifteen miles per hour and twenty-five miles per hour for all other vehicles in towns and villages? I googled skid tracks against skid speed and Pakeman was going approximately eighty miles per hour. Oh how I wish Google Earth can replay that unfortunate accident. I have been a driver for over twenty years and I know an accident is an accident, but how unjust this is unfolding, one can only ask… how can one get justice in Belize? But I want to congratulate Pakeman. You were in an accident; took the life of a human being, a brother, a husband, an uncle, a nephew and a friend. And you simply got up, brush his blood off your vehicle and moved on. But if you read the bible, his blood is still on your hands.”

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1 Response for “Sister of Dawson Alleges Special Treatment of Driver Dorian Pakeman”

  1. Logical Reasoning says:

    You won’t get justice. That is the truth, as this story isn’t really no different from the others, where government bodies ‘s accidents have been involved. from the time the said inspector spoke ” he observed a person riding a bicycle in the same direction who suddenly swerved into his lane. He tried his best to avoid a collision by swerving to his left”. that tells you so much. he conclude that there then and then. speculations can be that it all comes down from the chain of command. after all the driver answers to the pm. best wishes to the victim family.

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