CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribFever

Caribbean Fever - Your ONLY destination to all things Caribbean and more

Grandmother who was brutally beaten by a California Highway Patrol officer for jaywalking settles for 1.5million as cop resigns {VIDEO}

'I thought he was going to kill me': Grandmother beaten on side of highway by cop in viral video speaks out

cop

  • Marlene Pinnock suffers from bipolar disorder and had been off her medication for several months when she was spotted walking along the freeway
  • Officer Daniel Andrew had pulled Pinnock from oncoming traffic when she resisted
  • Daniel then straddled her and began punching her in the torso
  • Motorist David Diaz saw the confrontation and recorded it on video

A woman beaten by a California Highway Patrol officer after walking barefoot along a freeway will receive $1.5million under a settlement reached Wednesday night.

The punches thrown at Marlene Pinnock were filmed by a passing motorist, leading to the settlement as well as the decision by the officer, Daniel Andrew, to resign.

CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow confirmed the settlement in an emailed statement and an attorney for Marlene Pinnock confirmed the dollar amount for The Associated Press. 

On tape: Motorist David Diaz recorded a video of Officer Daniel Andrew beating Marlene Pinnock after confronting her while she walked barefoot on the side of the road

On tape: Motorist David Diaz recorded a video of Officer Daniel Andrew beating Marlene Pinnock after confronting her while she walked barefoot on the side of the road

'When this incident occurred, I promised that I would look into it and vowed a swift resolution,' Farrow's statement said.

'Today, we have worked constructively to reach a settlement agreement that is satisfactory to all parties involved.' 

Andrew joined the CHP in 2012 and has been on paid administrative leave since the incident. Farrow says he 'has elected to resign,' though he could still be charged criminally.

The CHP forwarded the results of its investigation of the incident to Los Angeles County prosecutors last month, saying he could face serious charges but none have been filed yet.

The bulk of the settlement will take the form of a special needs trust for Pinnock, the CHP said.

Pinnock's attorney Caree Harper said the settlement fulfilled the two elements her side was looking for.

'One of the things we wanted to make sure of was that she was provided for in a manner that accommodated her unique situation in life,' Harper said, 'and that the officer was not going to be an officer anymore and we secured those things.'

California cop repeatedly punches grandmother
===========================================
Settled: Marlene Pinnock reached a settlement with California Highway Patrol and the officer agreed to resign after beating her on the side of the highway

Settled: Marlene Pinnock reached a settlement with California Highway Patrol and the officer agreed to resign after beating her on the side of the highway

The July 1 video of Andrew punching Pinnock was captured by a passing driver and spread widely on the internet and television.

According to a search warrant made public in court documents last month, Andrew had just pulled Pinnock from oncoming traffic and she resisted by pushing him.

Multiple drivers called 911 to report her walking barefoot along the side of the freeway.

Andrew then straddled her on the ground as Pinnock resisted by 'kicking her legs, grabbing the officer's uniform and twisting her body,' the warrant said.

Andrew 'struck her in the upper torso and head several times with a closed right fist,' the records say.

The warrant said Pinnock suffered no signs of physical injury and refused medical treatment. She was placed on a psychiatric hold for two weeks.

Pinnock has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and had been off her medication for two to three months before the altercation.

In an interview with the AP last month, Pinnock said she believed the officer was trying to kill her.

'He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me,' she said. 'I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death.'


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Police Brutality: Cop Filmed, Repeatedly Punching Defenseless Woman In The Face {VIDEO}


'He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me, he beat me. I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death,' Marlene Pinnock said in her first interview since the July 1 incident

  • Marlene Pinnock is suing thew LAPD and several California highway patrol officers after one allegedly beat her
  • Pinnock, 51, was released from the hospital last week after several weeks of treatment for head injuries and now slurs her speech
  • Gruesome footage from July 1 shows the still unidentified officer savagely beating the homeless woman along a Los Angeles highway

Marlene Pinnock said she thought she was going to die as a California Highway Patrol officer straddled her, repeatedly punching her head, on the side of a Los Angeles freeway.

During an hour-long interview with The Associated Press on Sunday — her first public comments since the July 1 incident was caught on now-viral video by a passing driver — Pinnock spoke haltingly or in a whisper, occasionally putting her hands to her temples and grimacing.

Her attorney Caree Harper frequently interrupted her and limited her responses to a reporter's questions.

Scroll down for video...

Speaking out: Marlene Pinnock, left, poses with her attorney, Caree Harper during her first interview since video of her being beaten by a California Highway Patrolman on July 1 went viral

Speaking out: Marlene Pinnock, left, poses with her attorney, Caree Harper during her first interview since video of her being beaten by a California Highway Patrolman on July 1 went viral

'He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me, he beat me. I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death,' Pinnock said. Pinnock, 51, was released from the hospital last week after several weeks of treatment for head injuries and now slurs her speech, Harper said.

Pinnock is suing CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow and Officer Daniel L. Andrew in federal court for civil rights violations. The suit claims excessive force, assault, battery and a violation of Pinnock's due process rights. The CHP hasn't identified the officer but said he had been on the job for 1 1/2 years and is on desk duty pending completion of the internal investigation.

Farrow met with community and civil rights leaders in Los Angeles multiple times last month and pledged that the investigation will conclude in weeks rather than the usual months. CHP Sgt. Melissa Hammond said Sunday that she couldn't comment on the ongoing investigation.

'He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me, he beat me. I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death,' Marlene Pinnock said in her first interview since the July 1 incident

'He grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me, he beat me. I felt like he was trying to kill me, beat me to death,' Marlene Pinnock said in her first interview since the July 1 incident

Footage shows a California Highway Patrol officer repeatedly punch Marlene Pinnock, 51, in Los Angeles last week Police said Pinnock was walking barefoot along the highway and the officer 'wanted to restrain her' Pressure group Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable is investigating claims the cop has had aggressive run-ins with other victims The unidentified officer has been put on administrative leave Pinnock's family want the cop to be 'held accountable' Read more: <a href=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2684949/Trooper-brutally-be... Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook" class="blkBorder img-share" />
Footage shows a California Highway Patrol officer repeatedly punch Marlene Pinnock, 51, in Los Angeles last week Police said Pinnock was walking barefoot along the highway and the officer 'wanted to restrain her' Pressure group Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable is investigating claims the cop has had aggressive run-ins with other victims The unidentified officer has been put on administrative leave Pinnock's family want the cop to be 'held accountable' Read more: <a href=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2684949/Trooper-brutally-be... Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook" class="blkBorder img-share" />

Staying mum: Video taken by a passerby quickly went viral as popular opinion weighed heavily in the homeless grandmother's favor, though the CHP has thus far preserved the officer's anonymity

 
Cop filmed repeatedly punching woman in the face

The CHP has said that Pinnock was endangering herself by walking on Interstate 10 and the officer was trying to restrain her.

Pinnock said she had been homeless for the last three to five years, occasionally staying at the Los Angeles Mission, a family member's home or on La Brea or Crenshaw.

...he grabbed me, he threw me down, he started beating me

Pinnock said she had been on her way to a safe place where friends could watch her sleep when the altercation occurred. Harper said the area Pinnock was headed to is one of those frequented by the homeless and only accessible by walking along the freeway ramp.

She was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold by Andrew after the incident, according to a document obtained by The Associated Press. Andrew said in his report that she was a danger to herself and wrote that 'upon contacting the subject she was talking to herself. The subject began telling me 'I want to walk home' and called me 'the devil.' The subject then tried to walk into traffic lanes.'

Harper didn't allow Pinnock to discuss the details leading up to the incident or her medical treatment.

'If in fact she did call him the devil is secondary to the fact that he proved to be either the devil or a close relative,' Harper said. 'Because he treated her in a manner nobody should ever be treated.'

Pinnock is being supported by Harper to keep her off the street and is essentially 'starting from scratch,' her attorney said. She also had to go to the emergency room Thursday for 'severe temple pain,' Harper said.

Victim: Marlene Pinnock, 51, is suing the CHP and several officers now that she suffers debilitating and lasting injuries in the wake of the beating

Victim: Marlene Pinnock, 51, is suing the CHP and several officers now that she suffers debilitating and lasting injuries in the wake of the beating

Standing strong: Maisha Allums (left) daughter of Marlene Pinnock, stands with her attorney Caree Harper before a news conference outside court in Los Angeles on Thursday, July 17

Standing strong: Maisha Allums (left) daughter of Marlene Pinnock, stands with her attorney Caree Harper before a news conference outside court in Los Angeles on Thursday, July 17

And Pinnock said she's had 'bad nightmares' about beating beaten.

'When I was in the lockdown facility I woke up to screaming, I was screaming,' Pinnock said, imitating the sound. 'High pitched, loud, then I said nothing, I turned over, and said hope I didn't do that again.'

CHP investigators in July seized Pinnock's medical records and the clothing she was wearing during the incident from Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. Harper said she was outraged by the violation of doctor-patient privacy and attorney-client privilege.

The incident has drawn outrage from U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, who called it police brutality and demanded the officer be fired, and civil rights groups including the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California.

 
Attorney: Beating of grandmother was worse than Rodney King


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

California Highway Patrolman has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into a video that surfaced of him repeatedly punching a woman in the face.

The officer's incident report says the barefoot woman was walking alongside the freeway and refused his commands to stop. He wrote that for her safety he arrested her. During the arrest he claims she resisted.

David Diaz filmed the incident from his car and disagrees with the officer.

David Diaz

"If you're trying to protect her then what's this beating in the head for?" Diaz said to CBS News.

Diaz added that he didn't see the woman resisting arrest or holding a weapon. He believes she was either intoxicated or mentally ill.

"He basically got on top of her … it's basically a UFC ground-and-pound move … full force, punching her in the head," Diaz told KTLA.

The woman doesn't punch the officer back and attempts to cover up while he continues to swing. An off duty officer then runs up to assist. The woman was taken to the hospital for further evaluation. There's been no official word on her condition.

"Speaking for the women of this community, we are angry, we are upset," said Lita Herron of the Youth Advocacy Coalition.

CHP Assistant Chief Chris O'Quinn

"We're looking at every possibility, every fact, every circumstance that has contributed to this situation and we're gonna try to come to a just conclusion," CHP Assistant Chief Chris O'Quinn said at a news conference on Friday, July 4th.

The incident occurred on Tuesday, July 1st. The names of the officer and the woman have not been released to the public.

Raw footage of beating

CHP officer under fire for beating woman on roadside

Officer Beats Woman on LA Freeway

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

attack

  • Motorist filmed a California Highway Patrol officer chasing a woman and then beating her at least 11 times in the head on Tuesday
  • She puts up her hands to protect herself but does not appear to resist
  • The CHP later said that the officer had asked the woman to stop but she did not - so he stopped her for her own safety
  • The motorist, David Diaz, said it was 'obviously excessive force'

A California trooper has been filmed brutally beating a woman on the side of a highway - but authorities claimed he simply stopped her for her own safety.

A passing motorist recorded the unidentified California Highway Patrol officer as he punched the woman at least 11 times in the head along the 10 Freeway in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

On the video uploaded to YouTube, the woman can be seen trying to protect herself by putting up her hands but she does not appear to resist the trooper.

'The most animalistic, most brutal way to subdue someone is to pound someone's head into the concrete with really big blows to the head,' witness David Diaz told ABC7.

Scroll down for video

Chase
Struggle

Chase: A California Highway Patrol officer can be seen chasing a woman and then forcing her to the ground

Struggle: A motorist filmed while the officer climbed on top of the woman and proceeded to punch her

Struggle: A motorist filmed while the officer climbed on top of the woman and proceeded to punch her

'There was no weapons - it's obviously excess force,' he continued. 'He starts really letting loose... He starts pounding down on her face really hard. He doesn't try to grab her hands first.'

The video captured on Diaz's cell phone shows him slowing down for a traffic stop as a woman can be seen heading towards the median on the freeway.

The officer approaches her before he forces her to the ground and pins her down, repeatedly hitting her while Diaz and his fellow car passengers gasp in horror.

Eventually another man - later identified by the CHP as a plain clothes officer - approaches the trooper and helps handcuff the woman. 

Cop filmed repeatedly punching woman in the head VIDEO
Attack: The motorist said he saw the trooper hit her as many as 15 times with hard blows to the head

Attack: The motorist said he saw the trooper hit her as many as 15 times with hard blows to the head

Speaking to ABC7, the CHP said the officer had ordered the woman to stop walking but she ignored him and fearing she would be hurt, the officer tried placing her under arrest.

'A physical altercation ensued as the pedestrian continued to resist arrest, at which point a plain clothes, off duty officer assisted in applying the handcuffs,' the CHP said in the statement.

The CHP added that the woman refused to give her name and she was booked as 'Jane Doe' and taken to a local hospital for mental and physical evaluation.

Outrage: David Diaz, who filmed the altercation on his cell phone, said it was a clear use of excessive form

Outrage: David Diaz, who filmed the altercation on his cell phone, said it was a clear use of excessive form

But Diaz said he was not convinced the use of force was appropriate.

'He just pounded her,' he told CBSLA. 'If you look at the video, there are 15 hits. To the head, and not just simple jabs. These are blows to the head. Blows. Really serious blows. And this is ridiculous to me.'

He added: 'I find it hard to believe there [was] no other remedy in this situation.'

 

Views: 12615

Comment

You need to be a member of CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribFever to add comments!

Join CaribbeanFever / FeverEyes / CaribFever

Comment by Dexter on September 26, 2014 at 6:11pm
Not trying to get in this Ray Rice debate between you guys. Just had a correction about the status of this couple's relationship. At the time of the elevator incident, they weren't married.
Comment by Mike k on September 26, 2014 at 5:36pm

@concious1, You argue just like the establishment white conservatives, always claiming to be  the embodiment of moral values and integrity. Meanwhile, employing deception, self-serving and dishonest methods to further their arguments and implement unjust laws.

At no time did I ever suggest that Ray Rice should not be punished, quite the opposite. I do believe that mitigating circumstances in a crime is relevant and should be considered. In lieu of reparations, if there is any group who deserves mitigation in america, it is the black citizenry.

After all the establishment uses that to justify their crimes routinely. For example, If it weren't for the camera in the recent shooting by a white police officer of the black man reaching in his car for his drivers license that the very officer demanded, this officer would never have been charged or lost his job because, mitigating circumstances in his police report would have suggested that the man  unexpectedly reached in his car and he thought he was armed.

In fact I do have some compassion towards this officer because he is a product of the systemic fear, disregard and misunderstanding of black men that is allowed to permeate the society and is implemented in the training of the police that he was unable to exercise the appropriate control required to avoid this catastrophe.

I made no speculation about Ray's worth. It is a fact that as a football star he is well paid. Given the evidence, I think it would have been a slam dunk for her in a law suit against Ray. Especially being the mother of his child.

What do you know about her emotional state? In subsequent television interviews she appears intelligent and in control of her faculties to me.

The reality is that the NFL has no integrity about or allegiance to anything but money.they are subordinate to their sponsors who are in fear of backlash from the advocacy groups ability to affect their profits. All this crap about morals and integrity is hogwash this is all about profit and the bottom line.  

I humbly implore you to get some real consciousness about what is going on around you. No disrespect intended my brother.

Comment by conscious1 on September 26, 2014 at 4:26pm

@Mike k, Ray Rice threw his own self under the bus when he lost control of himself and reacted irrationally and violently without thinking about the consequences. His actions also demonstrated some very serious underlying issues going on with the brother that must be addressed on all pertinent levels.


You’re “appealing to black people to think independently, and be careful not to pass judgement without substance & facts”

Well the fact and substance of this event is that RAY RICE ASSAULTED AND KNOCKED OUT HIS WIFE IN A PUBLICE ELEVATOR AND THAT’S A CRIME. Whether he has a history of abusing his wife is totally irrelevant to what happened in that isolated incident that normally warrants an arrest. Are you saying if someone commits a crime for the first time that they should not be arrested? No, their only recourse is to ask for lesser charges. You, however, want to dig further into their personal lives to determine the reality and severity of the event in order to determine whether or not it’s deserving of any form of punishment. In my opinion you don’t need to probe any further. The video footage showed exactly what happened. In addition, you’re making assumptions about his wife’s choices that are based on mere speculations about his current net worth and not her emotional state of mind.

It's unfortunate for Ray that he did not work for you for it's obvious you would have made him walk away freely with no meaningful repercussions to guide his actions and serve as a future deterrence to violence. I, however, agree with the NFL stance and not yours. At this point in his life Ray would be better off with employment in a low key role until he is emotionally equipped to handle a high profile position. You and Ray should thank God he has that opportunity, unlike a regular brother whose azz would have been locked up if caught on camera beating their woman/wife.

I humbly agree to disagree, my brother, but not for the reasons you stated. My disagreement with your opinions is based on my own moral values and integrity; plain and simple.

Comment by Mike k on September 26, 2014 at 3:00pm

@conscious1, I am not defending Ray Rice's actions and I think I have repeatedly made that clear. It's interesting that you have characterized his wife as "battered woman". I thought that label was associated with a pattern/history of abuse.

It is the media that is trying to racialize this, as well as Adrian Peterson and other high profiled black men one time incidents as systematic examples of abuse.

As a black man I don't see where you are going on about; "shame to the black community". We are not monolithic. I feel no responsibility for Ray Rice's actions. When a white man beats his wife, is it expected that the white community is to bear that cross?

That is exactly my concern and the reason I am appealing to black people to think independently, and be careful not to pass judgement without substance & facts. This is exactly what was sculpted here. By highlighting the incidents of all these high profiled black athletes and associate them with various egregious abuses without trial or proven facts is alleging a pattern and surreptitiously lay the foundations for stereotyping.

Ray Rice's now wife had more lucrative choices than returning to the relationship. She could have walked away and pressed charges. She most certainly would have won a huge sum of money on top of lucrative support for her child.

I agree that we disagree on the Ray Rice thing only because I am not prepared to throw him under the bus.

Comment by conscious1 on September 26, 2014 at 12:56pm

@Mike k...And you are taking a lot of latitude and unproven judgmental disposition in defending Ray Rice's unjustified actions in knocking out his wife.

The sister you are referring to is Ray Rice's wife and as you pointed out previously, affairs of the heart are unpredictable and often irrational. She is not the first battered woman to defend her abuser and she won't be the last. We all know the psychology and dependency behind her actions. Not to mention, as his wife and mother of his child she may feel a sense of obligation and commitment to deal with and accept her husband’s actions “for better or for worse." As his wife she is allowed that prerogative. However, in Ray being an athlete who is in the public eye and who has a level of responsibility towards the constituents he serves, I/we/the NFL/the criminal justice system, are not obligated to accept or tolerate his behavior for none of us are blinded by the dynamics of their relationship. We are free to call it as was seen on the video footage. What I saw was a horrible demonstration of brutality towards his wife; period!  His actions may have been reactionary, but that is definitely NOT AN EXCUSE.

I don't watch television. I saw the video footage for the first and only time right here on CF so I pride myself in not being clouded by what the mass media is attempting to portray. Therefore, what I write is based on what I saw in the video and not the media’s portrayals. To the contrary, you seem to be the one who is so absorbed in the racist propaganda of the media and in demonstrating their use of the Ray Rice incident to criminalize all black men and to also depict black men as the poster boy for domestic violence (which, by-the-way, I totally and absolutely agree with your assessment) that you're willing to overlook the reality that Ray Rice committed a serious crime against his wife, has brought shame to the black community and by NOT exercising self-control Ray Rice played right into the media’s stereotypical portrayal of black men. I believe you are the one who needs to step back from the emotional aspects of the Rice’s relationship (for as you said yourself it is their business not yours) and view the matter from the perspective of morality/principles and legality. Let Mr. and Mrs. Rice seek counseling to resolve their domestic issues, but we as a community need to look at the bigger picture and give some serious thought to how the incident has and will affect our community in the short and long term. What sort of message are we sending to ourselves and the rest of the world if we allow that sort of behavior to go unchecked and/or unchallenged? From a moral and legal perspective, Ray Rice was wrong and had he been anyone other than a star athlete the state would have rightfully pressed criminal charges regardless of what personal decisions the couple made towards resolving their marital issues.

@Mike k; let's just agree to disagree on the Ray Rice situation, for I will never defend any aspects of Ray's behavior just as I would never defend this cop who brutally beat Marlene Pinnock.

Comment by Vana on September 25, 2014 at 8:46pm

Glad she won the money but the cop should be charged with assault and not just be allowed to resign.

Comment by Mike k on September 25, 2014 at 8:35pm

@conscious1, The problem I have with your analogy of Ray Rice's incident is; you are taking a lot of latitude and unproven judgemental disposition to derive at your position regarding Ray Rice. I believe much of it as coloured by the hype and characterization by the mass media.

I am not sure that Rice's attitude as observed on that video can be conclusively characterized as one of uncaring or indications of not loving/concerned about her. It could also be characterized as being scared, confused, surprised and being upset. Her response and the fact that she was intoxicated also influenced/coloured the appearance of the whole incident as well as I observed it.

I am willing and prepared to give this sista the benefit of the doubt that she is intelligent enough to decide for herself what is best and in her heart for her future with Ray Rice. She married him. Its their business. They can pursue counselling and healing.

Comment by Robyn on September 25, 2014 at 5:21pm
That cop should be doing time
Comment by conscious1 on September 25, 2014 at 4:43pm

@Mike k..Maybe that's because I joined this social media site at the end of July and this blog was posted at the beginning of July,,,lol, lol, lol. I don't spend my time going through blog archives. Sorry buddy, I just don't have that sort of time. In any case I'm not sure I would have commented on this blog as this is one of the many racist occurrences in our community and I get sick and tired of saying the same things over and over again. As such, I would rather address the situation on a political level and not just comment on blogs; although every avenue of expressing dissatisfaction has its place (by every and any means necessary).

While I agree with you about incidences relating to "affairs of the heart" once a severe crime is committed it should be treated the same, no excuse, if for no other reason but for the sake of serving as a future deterrence. Had she been knocked out to the point of a coma and later died would that have made a difference to you, because she came very close to that scenario? I say let's take all the necessary measures to prevent such behavior and support the necessity for self-control and respect especially amongst the black community since the cry is always that there is more “black on black violence” than there is brutality emanating from racism; ANOTHER FORM OF PROPAGANDA THAT I DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO.

No, he was not wearing a uniform, that's correct. He was her lover and father of her child; therefore I expect more concern for her well-being than a uniformed officer who is conditioned to racially profile members of our community who they do not know or care about. He should have loved her enough to not have taken it that far and adhere to a level of control. He should have loved her enough to show concern and remorse in the aftermath. He did not do any of these things. What's unreasonable is to expect whites to respect us if we do not respect ourselves. What's unreasonable is to have such double standards

Comment by Mike k on September 25, 2014 at 2:12pm

@conscious1, This blog has been here since August. unless you can prove otherwise, you never before now call for any arrest or removal of this officer like you have vehemently advocated for Ray Rice to lose his job and imprisoned. I also disagree that this is in anyway equivalent/relative to the Ray Rice's incident.

Not to mitigate his behaviour, but the Ray Rice incident was a relationship issue between two people with emotional-romantic ties. We all know that affairs of the heart can often be unpredictable. He was not wearing any uniform of service & protection to the community to be comparing/associating the two is unreasonable.

Celebrate your BIRTHDAY with CaribbeanFever on 107.5 WBLS, NY

||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

FOR ALL YOUR DANCEHALL AND REGGAE NEWS CLICK PIC BELOWreggae dancehall queen 4

}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}

{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{

PUMP IT! or DUMP IT! SAT & SUN NIGHT on Caribbean Fever 107.5 WBLS NY (GET YOUR NEW MUSIC PLAYED) SONG{S} BEING VOTED ON ARE {------ ) and {----- }

||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||

CARIBBEAN NEWS

Caribbean Fever with the best Caribbean News online!

 

SOME TOP BLOGS

Groups

© 2022   Created by Caribbean Fever.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service