CARIBBEAN/ST. VINCENT (Naked Departure) — RALPH GONSALVES — The prime minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is ONCE AGAIN being accused of sexual misconduct/rape. While at a town hall meeting in Brooklyn this past Saturday, a woman stood up and point blank accused the minister of rape!
Luckily, she was in New York when she accused him of this sexual crime. Luckily, he has diplomatic immunity while in the United States. Luckily, while in St. Vincent, he cannot and will NOT be sued because ministers there don’t go to jail for rape. Also, luckily, he has laws that would capture any such accusation, in St. Vincent, as defamatory!!!
How many young women need to accuse this man of (serial) sexual assault before he is restricted from travelling to other islands and first world countries? How many?
KINGSTOWN — Embattled St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves denied that he is a serial rapist and said that the cyber crime bill passed on Friday was meant to crack down on criticisms leveled against his administration.
Gonsalves, 61, has been accused of brutally sexually assaulting at least five women — including a 36-year-old female police officer who was assigned to security duty at his St. Vincent mansion — but none of the cases ever went to trial because the prime minister keeps the national security portfolio that controls the police department.
“It’s not like I’m Bill Cosby,” Gonsalves confided to a close friend. “What have they got me down for? Five rapes total? Bill Cosby is accused of 57! Where’s the justice in that?”