THE car belonging to youth activist Lawman Lynch was at firebombed at his St Andrew home early this morning.

Lynch, who is known to be vocal in matter relating to youth development, in an interview with Nationwide Radio said this morning that he believe was somehow related to him voicing his opinion on Direct, a programme on the local television station CVM last night, concerning the matter of the resignation and apology of the prime minister.

Lynch who made his first publicly on the matter of the controversial issue surrounding Prime Minister Bruce Golding on the current affairs programme Direct, said he did not accepted the apology from the Prime Minister and believe he should resign.

Lynch said that at sometime around 3am he a heard explosions, after which it was discovered that his car, which was parked at the gate of his St. Andrew was in flames.

In the meantime several comments of encouraging words to the youth activist flooded his facebook page. Many gave that they believe in him, especially the work he has been involved in over the year.

In a statement to his Lawman Lynch Foundation group on Facebook, the youth activist gratitude for the kind words of wisdom that were being submitted to him and express that the “unfortunate incident” which took place would not deter his effort.

Lynch who is in full gear preparing for his foundation May 29, MUSIC for LIFE charity show, in its 2nd said the show is still on. The show last year assisted raised donations towards the re-constructing of the Martha’s Children Home after it was destroyed by fire in downtown Kingston. This year a selected Inner-City Basic School is slated to benefit with a school feeding programme, expected to satisfy a total of 100 to 150 students.

“This unfortunate incident (car bombing) has slowed me down, so I am depending on ALL of you reading this to ensure that we do all we can to make MUSIC for LIFE a reality and a success – THE SHOW MUST GO ON!!,” read the statement from Lawman Lynch.

See link for MUSIC for LIFE Fan Page

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