Fatal police shooting in Windsor Park

| 06/01/2017 | 155 Comments
Cayman News Service

Police Commissioner Derek Byrne (right) and Deputy Commissioner Anthony Ennis at a press briefing following the fatal shooting on 6 Jan 2017

(CNS) Updated 2:40pm Friday: The RCIPS has confirmed that a man was shot and killed by police officers early this morning in the Windsor Park area of George Town. Police said the incident occurred during a pre-planned firearms operation, for which they had a search warrant to look for both a firearm and the 34-year-old suspect who was killed. Police Commissioner Derek Byrne said that a loaded handgun was recovered from the scene, but because an investigation of the incident is now underway, he declined to comment further on the details of the shooting.

Unofficial sources suggested that the suspect was a Jamaican who was in the Cayman Islands illegally and that he had fired on the police officers.

The RCIPS said that the operation to execute a firearms warrant and detain a 34-year-old Jamaican man was initiated this morning, 6 January, around 5:30am, at an address on Theresa Drive in Windsor Park. It was carried out by officers from the Tactical Firearms Unit, who are highly trained in firearms deployment and operational searches.

During this operation the suspect exited the premises with a firearm; a number of shots were fired and the suspect was injured, police confirmed.

Two tactical medical officers, one of whom is an advanced EMT, were part of the operation. They  immediately provided primary medical aid to the suspect and executed basic life support protocols until the ambulance arrived. He was transported to Cayman Islands Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 6:16am.

Cayman News Service

Scene of shooting in Winsor Park, 6 Jan 2017

At a press briefing today CoP Byrne said that a full RCIPS investigation has begun and a senior officer has been appointed. Post-incident procedures have been carried out today in line with RCIPS policy and a post-mortem examination will take place in the coming days. However, in order to ensure transparency and independence, the RCIPS has asked the Bermuda Police Service to provide officers to lead the investigation into the incident.

Two senior officers from Bermuda will be arriving on island this weekend to take over the investigation and prepare a report in due course. Byrne said that there was no deadline for this and they would be given as much time as they needed and whatever support they required from the RCIPS.

It is believed that this incident is the first ever fatal shooting by RCIPS officers in the course of their duties. CoP Byrne confirmed that, as per the RCIPS employee assistance welfare programme, full support and counselling services are being provided to the two officers who were directly involved in this morning’s shootout and are available to any officer.

“This is a dramatic incident for the officers. There no doubt about it,” the commissioner added.

A woman was arrested at the scene for an unrelated incident, police said.

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  1. Jotnar says:

    To paraphrase the old song:

    Shoot em all,
    Shoot em all,
    The long and the short and the tall

    Shoot the expats, the illegals and the local son,
    Shoot any criminal carrying a gun
    They are bringing desperation
    To our little nation
    So go ahead RCIPSn shoot em all.

    • Anonymous says:

      You sound like a nice man….but as an expat (I’m leaving soon) could you please not encourage people to shoot me? Thank you.

  2. MM says:

    Go get ’em RCIPS!

  3. cayman cares says:

    As PARENTS we have got to STOP Covering up for our children from a young age. So many parents are so back ward and ignorant and too simply to see their Children is being destroyed by what he is watching on TV and the company he is hanging wtih
    So WAKE UP parents. Your sons and daughters dont need to hear you cussing out the Teachers, Bus Wardens and School Staff . You will pay for it one day. I am TIRED of the
    Criminals being treated as they are the Victims in cayman. We have got to STOP the maddeness and be more sensible and speak , watch and act when we see the drug activity happening in our homes, neighbourhoods and island/ Now the Cops had to defend themselves even if that was a West Bay gansta they had to do what they had to
    Criminals are NOT the Victims. The law abiding society is

  4. Anonymous says:

    You rarely ever see a police officer ANYWHERE ANYTIME on this island! The lawlessness will continue top rise…

    • Anonymous says:

      When the police should be patrolling they are no where to be seen. I heard an smash on the weekend. They worked on the vehicle, called for assistance and the vehicle was pulled out on the main road. Driven away, making noise through the district and not a police in sight.

  5. Anonymous says:

    May all criminals look forward to this kind of justice. Well done to the men who put their lives at risk to protect ours. Thank you.

  6. 1976 Status Holder says:

    Nina. 3000 Status Grant has nothing to do with this dam Jamaican criminal. The dude had a gun and fired shots at the police. What you wanted the police to do? Not react? I am with them. Kill the bastard and free up the Cayman Islands of his sort. He was not a Status Holder or a McKeeva Status Grant. He was an illegal bastard working against us.

    From a Jamaican 1976 Status Holder .

    • Anonymous says:

      Would your view change if he was helped or housed by status recipients?

    • Anonymous says:

      Was he helped by anyone who was granted status? Are all such persons united in keeping criminality from our shores?

    • Anonymous says:

      To all the Jamaican that are upset with this police killing you need to go back to Jamaica and tell the police man down there to stop killing the criminals so they will be able to kill you guys out if that’s the kind of life you love, I’m sick and tired of people that support criminal and they needed to be weeded out of our community and send back their home and leave the good ones here.

    • Anonymous says:

      100000% agree with you! You certainly seem to have the correct attititude and love for our country that we need! Respect!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I’m sure if Mac ever gets back in charge he will outlaw the RCIP from ever having guns again.

    • Allar says:

      Why are you such an idiot. Mac has nothing to do with illegal immigrants it is our lack of border control. Get a life you nutter.

      • Anonymous says:

        Mac has everything to do with our lack of border control starting with his grant of status to almost 3000 unvetted (although many deserving) recipients more than a decade ago, and the resulting subsequent influx of thousands of their kin.

      • tit-tat says:

        Well said Allar. Thank you.

  8. Cayjam says:

    As a Jamaican living here for a little over 40 years, I do apologize. We always seems to make the news, whether it be good or bad. On behalf of all the decent Jamaicans living in your island and calling the Cayman Islands HOME, we are sorry. My biggest regret is that we were not there to assist the police to take him out. Just as we do not want that kind of ‘us’ in Jamaica, we do not want that kind here amongst us. Blessings.

  9. Anonymous says:

    So an illegal Jamaican with an illegal fire arm is killed in Cayman. Doesn’t this suggest its a border control issue? As long as CI Gov spends money in the wrong areas we will have this issue. Education and Protection should be “NUMERO UNO!

    • Bernadette Connor says:

      All we need is a premier like Donald Trump, And we certainly won’t have any border control problem. I loved Donald Trump that’s my kind of guy!!! Weed them out and Send them back to their country DEAD or ALIVE!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Send home all fpreighn police

    • Anonymous says:

      How dumb are you

    • A True Caymanian says:

      Your saying send home all foreign Police? Cause your spelling is shitty. If we don’t have foreign officer what would happen to Cayman? I guess you all know that those same foreign people you all talking about is the tiff ones and don’t give a change for you all to slip up. But I want to congratulate the RCIPS for a job well done! To the two officers you are HEROS ?. God will forgive as he seen everything. Just pray to him and he will help you all get over it. You all needs now to get 50% more salary for a job well done. We don’t know where these officers are from but whomever or wherever they are congrats and we the people of the Cayman Islands have your backs. God bless the two of you and the entire RCIPS.

      • Anonymous says:

        Just in case you don’t know. Some of those foreign police don’t investigate crimes that are committed by their own. They make sure ey give them a bly. Ha ha ha, did you know that.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why? Did they bring this piece of trash here? Your comment is so silly.

  11. Anonymous says:

    This is NOT the first fatal shooting by Police in Cayman. In the 1960’s during an event at George Town Town Hall there was a disturbance which resulted in an on-duty Police Officer fatally shooting a man. Perhaps it can be claimed as the first fatal shooting by “RCIPS” because in those days they were known as the Cayman Island Police Force. Semantics!

    • realistic says:

      That 1960’s shooting was a domestic matter where a police officer shot the man fooling with his wife so get your facts right it was not in the line of duty.

    • McCarron McLaughlin says:

      My mom told me that this was the 3rd fatal shooting. Many years ago a cop killed another cop by the governor’s house and the culprit left the island and never faced justice.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Another milestone in the the wrong direction.

  13. What a mess says:

    It’s probably that dude from the news a week or two ago who they suspected landed here illegally and had prior robbery charges in Cayman, serving only a fraction of his sentence. He had a gun because he was robbing homes. Cops need to drive around neighbourhoods at night looking for these guys, they carry guns.

  14. Nina says:

    The price we pay when we sell our souls in the name of progress! Well done to all our elected government officials. We certainly are no better off because of the multi billion assets we hold in hedge funds or because we have a helicopter or released GMO mosquitos or a million and change tourists that steps off the cruise ships. The days of smoke pots, going to sea, sleeping with windows opened, women and children feeling safe, knowing your neighbors were far better than the crap that is forced down our throats at such a fast pace. Does the 3000 status grants ring a bell?

    • Anonymous says:

      You started down the path away from ‘the good ole days’ long before the status grants.

      • Anonymous says:

        True cos many of those status recipients who were least deserving were here before they got status.

      • Caymanian/Jamaican says:

        Shut up!!! Good Ole days my ass. Your own Caymanians doing the crime too. Caymanian/Jamaican/South African they all do crime and will pay for it.

    • Jotnar says:

      Sleeping with windows open does not equate to having to use smoke pots, surely? Perhaps a little rose tinted nostalgia. Presumably you also miss the lack of electricity and decent healthcare and education?

    • Anonymous says:

      You might yearn for that Nina, but as another woman, I like having the vote and not dying while I give birth to my 10th child.

  15. just asking says:

    No I am asking for the facts whose bullet killed the an at the hospital according to court evidence.

  16. Lover of Law abiding ones says:

    A life has ended,worthless or not, lets reflect in our mortality.

    He was not judge by his peers, nor he faced punishment, he just end.

    RCIPS, thanks for sending him to his final trial…. next???

  17. Unique says:

    I hope this is not the begining of something our island dont need…..did they have to shoot to kill….a life is a life….murder is murder and God is judge to all. God bless our little island and rid it of corruption.

    Right is Right and Wrong is Wrong. But there seems to be much so more to this story. But dead man tell no tales.

    Concerned Caymanian….

    • Anonymous says:

      Grow a pair snowflake.

    • Unison says:

      We don’t know the specific details except like a load gun was found at the scene … but I think it is highly probable that one of our armed cops would have killed the man if this man flashed the loaded firearm in front of them.

      BTW … why would you claim to sniff corruption or even mention it so early in an investigation ??? :/

    • Diogenes says:

      You have probably never been in a position where someone points a gun at you, but if you decide to fire, the idea that you could shoot to wound or knock the gun out of his hand is Hollywood fantasy stuff. Hit someone other than in a critical area – especially with the low kinetic energy rounds law enforcement is using – and he is shooting back still. You either don’t fire and take the consequences – for you and your colleagues – or its 2 or 3 rounds centre mass, head if you are really good. He decides to carry the gun and use it – what would you prefer, the innocent law enforcement officer doing his job takes the bullet instead? I am sure God is going to give these officers an easy ride if the guy on the other side produced a firearm and showed every intention of using it.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Gongratulations to the officers involved.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Job well done.

  20. Anonymous says:


  21. Anonymous says:

    Please go to WB and shoot the gangstas too, and while we are at it, those dirt bike riders that run from the cops tearing up the road pulling wheelies and endangering properly licensed vehicles and drivers. Crime will drop overnight!

    • Anonymous says:

      Hey! Maybe we should go to the states and shoot all those red bull drinking motor crossers. Then to the alps and mow down some snow boarders. And then on to monte Carlo for some speed demon formula 1 drivers. Then right back here to finish off the race around cayman. Ya see, these are all things I find highly annoying but I don’t think they earn the death penalty

    • CayIs Patriot says:

      With the mind you have one has to wonder if you are not the killer causing blame to be laid on those West Bay gangstas.

      I hope the RCIPS finds you, charges you for inciting murder and give you the punishment for which you advocate.

      As for the dirt bike riders, if you hate them so much that you would want them killed for joyriding, then really, between you and them who is truly worse and most murderous amongst us all.

      I have a feeling you’re a little over 18 and probably over 25, the ages against those you are calling for the murders of; you are a horrible person, wicked from the heart and deserving of true justice by your own mouth.

      • Anonymous says:

        Anyone that runs from the cops should be brought down, but its snowflakes like you that give them no fear of the cops. My post said SHOOT not kill. There is such a thing as shoot to maim, but if i’m a cop and a gun is pointed at me who can blame them for shooting to kill. Where in my post did it say kill the joy riders? And yes, I am in my sixties and want to claim back the peace I once knew. Funny how you were so quick to judge me on one short post which you obviously did not read. I have been many places had an AK47 shoved in my face, seen death, destruction and poverty, brought about by corruption and war, so I value peace, but peace ALWAYS comes at price, always.

      • Anonymous says:

        A ‘little over 18 and probably over 25’? That doesn’t narrow it down very much does it?

    • Bernadette Connor says:

      I could tell by your comment that you are a jamaican. This is not about dirt bike riders now. You should be congratulating the police officer for puting his life on the line so people like you can be safe in Cayman. Instead it sound to me as if you are upset!! And don’t worry about the gangstas in Westbay the police are doing their jobs they don’t need you telling them what to do and how to do their job! Better yet why don’t you shut up and go back to Jamaica go starve for hungry. JUST SAYING!

  22. Anonymous says:

    police have killed ppl in cayman before… whether they admit it or have been held responsible? well, thats a another matter

  23. Anonymous says:

    12:18 yes we have or criminals we don’t need yours as well.

    • Anonymous says:

      How can anyone justify this. This criminal came to Cayman, committed crimes, went to prison, was deported, came back in illegally, probably on some nefarious business, apparently was hiding from the police, police figured out where he was hiding, they went to the premises to get him, he came out with a loaded gun and he was shot. This is not about him being a Jamaican, this is about a criminal who would no doubt fire on the officers. Obviously he gave no thought of his life and would have taken down our officers.i do not rejoice at anyone’s death, but I am thankful that our guys are still alive. No doubt they are shaken up over this. Let us pray for them not just today but daily as they put themselves in harms way to protect us.

  24. Anonymous says:

    WORD!! New Top Cop … and we start shooting back!! Guess this Top Cop don’t play … Just what we need! … Gun Men be ready. Better put your guns down or probably we will hear about Police doing their job again.

  25. Thinking man says:

    Hoping to hear of more arrests for aiding and abetting this scum.

    • Anonymous says:

      And one less wote for Mac.

    • Anonymous says:

      This is the first in recent times that a police officer killed a criminal with a firearm but one similar incident also happened many years ago.

      In case you didn’t know, back in 1963-64 a police officer killed a man next to the town clock in George Town with a firearm. The man killed was a Myles I believe, who attempted to stab a police officer on the ground with a knife and the officer who was from Bodden Town, shot through his own hand and killed the man in self defense.

      I say any man/woman who threatens a police officer or a civilian with a firearm or another lethal weapon, which poses an imminent threat to innocent lives, should be killed immediately.

      I don’t care where you are from or who your family are, down you should go and good riddance from our society.

  26. OneVoice says:

    Well, the new year has come and the tables are turning. Where as I am in support of the Police, we must stop and think, a human life has been taken regardless of the situation. I am sure that the officer is also traumatized from such an occurrence. This being the first of its kind as far as I can remember and I have been around for a number of years.

    Let as all Pray for the officer and officers involved and for our beloved Island . This is sure not the kind of history or news we want but this is life.

    Again to the Officers thanks for your works and all you do for keeping our streets and community safe.

  27. Alexander Diocletian. says:

    Important to find out how he got in to Cayman, and who he was linked to in Cayman and Jamaica. Cell phone information will be key to his links. Also do his DNA for family.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thank you brave Police Officers. With all the guns in Cayman this was only a matter of time. We have been reading of police recovering firearms all last year. It’s amazing this is first incident of its kind.

      Please remember that according to the report he fired on the officers so we could be discussing the death of a police officers.

      So again my commendation to the police

      Let’s all stand behind the RCIPS.

    • Inspector Clouseau says:

      Its very easy to determine how he got here, by boat.

    • Anonymous says:

      And it’s very important to know if he was sent to prison for 12 years for the kind of crime he did and how he was released before he spent half of his time in prison, that’s my question ???

  28. Janine says:


  29. Anonymous says:


    • Robert says:

      BOOM out go the lights ! that’s the last thing you hear on this earth boys and girls , think about it , and except for the family , everyone forgets about you after the next front page , All worth it ?

    • Garb Ageman says:

      Well done RCIP … one less piece of trash to house at Northward

    • realistic says:


    • Anonymous says:

      All lives matter and it’s about Jamaican, Caymanain, if you are a criminal and pulls a gun on the law enforcement officers then you take what you get, officers must be able to defend themselves at all times.

  30. Anonymous says:

    And so it begins …. Welcome to the jungle!

  31. A local says:

    SSM345 ! Please what are you talking about ? “Gangstas” this incident that happen all it going to do is lead more voilents do maths, if the so called Gangstas hearing that police is shooting people now, what you think the gangst gonna do? You think they going sit down and make a police shot them ? I don’t think so ” by the way I’m saying”

    • SSM345 says:

      1:04, Do the math? There’s been 1 fatal shooting by the RCIPS in Cayman’s entire history. Not sure if my statement went over your head so just in case it did, what I was saying is that if any of our so called homegrown “Gangsta’s” fancy a shootout with the armed cops, they will most likely lose. I haven’t heard any such stories (nor read any news articles) of our gangsta’s shooting at the police when their homes are raided and guns seized so not sure how you think this event means we are going to turn into the Wild West.

    • Anonymous says:

      1:04, you sound like one of those cowards who would rather keep quiet and not cause ‘any trouble ‘. Grow a pair!!! The criminal played his hand, but the RCIP had a full house!!

    • realistic says:

      The harder they come the harder they fall

  32. A local says:

    the police had to do what they have to do, but same way we don’t need the police to feel it’s okay to start killing everyone else on island!!

  33. Anonymous says:

    You fools so you think this was a good thing the police did,this has now just opened a new door to Cayman that the war is on with criminals n police,not only in jamaica but everywhere else in the world especially America an it never stops,only gets worse because both sides are always looking for retaliation,the worse part for us here in Cayman is that we are living in a very small pond so the ripple effect will be felt every where

    • rollin says:

      The people stand with these actions and will take it to anyone who compromises safety and social law. We are tired of being intimidated by ruthless criminals .

  34. Anonymous says:

    Let’s make sure the costs of any investigation into this do not undermine the considerable savings of not having to jail the criminal involved.

  35. Anonymous says:

    Yea hope una bad boys that claim una bad MEN try take warning. Good job RCIPS. Protect us all.

  36. Allar says:

    Well done officers good riddance to bad garbage. He was a criminal here illegally I say well done

  37. Anonymous says:

    Glad to hear none of our RCIP were injured during this operation. Congratulations on taking one of the bad ones out. As the other post said, it’s time to take back the streets. Fight fire with fire. ??

  38. rollin says:


    Happy to hear our protectors are meeting steel with steel.

  39. SSM345 says:

    Maybe the rest of these so called “Gangsta’s” might take heed of this event and note that the Boys dem nah playin no games no more.

  40. Catcha Fire says:

    Yes Cayman yet another threshold crossed and unfortunately brought here like everything else that we are having to suffer with. This only stands yet again to highlight the need to stop importing criminals from overseas who’s violent behavior warrants this type of deadly force to be used. Now they know they will be met with deadly force it may or may not deter them or simply make them even more violent and desperate in the near furure. Wrap this up RCIPS and get those who assisted him where ever or who ever it is. All those complicit need to be sent home or prosecuted also.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sent home ?…because everybody who assisted him must be not from here . Imported criminals ? From what I read on here there are more than enough home grown criminals on these islands …but I forgot if caymanian we ‘ pray for them ‘ ..if Jamaican , celebrate the death . Pathetic .

      • Jotnar says:

        Original poster actually said “sent home OR prosecuted”. And there is nothing in their post celebrating the death. You would have been better limiting your criticism to the point on the abundant supply of domestic criminals.

    • anonymous says:

      10:57am you need to wake and realize that you have your own home grown criminals too. Not all of them come from abroad. Some of yours have just gone to prison and some are on their way. you need to compliment the police and stop this bashing of foreigners.

      • Anonymous says:

        Why? A foreigner here illegally had an illegal firearm and likely threatened the lives of our police officers. This time it is perfectly appropriate to raise the issue of his origin because of the relevance to our border security. When a home grown Caymanian commits an offence, then we can question the failings of our education systems etc. See how it works?

      • Anonymous says:

        Yes you asshole we have our own home grown criminals but they are from there and we don’t needs your from wherever you are from and if you are a criminal you too need to be kill also, or go back home while you are alive or you will be next, keep up your good work officers, Kill Them All if you have to protect yourself at all times.

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree, stop importing criminals, after all, Northward is full of your own, and your cowardly home grown ganstas are killing each other anyway.
      Most of the crap you suffer is at the hands of your own, therefore sort your own s##t out before blaming everyone else.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes you’re right. We need to start using harsher words and angrier stares to stop the criminals.

    • Anonymous says:

      Yeh Catcha Fire and all those Caymanians in Northward should be released and Jeff Webb should come home and there is no local crime or bribery and corruption going on, let alone child abuse at a local level. We am perfect.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Without pre-judging it, please let us ensure the police and the police officer especially are supported. The police firearms officers do not get paid anymore, yet are prepared to put themselves in harms way to protect us, the public of the Cayman Islands. They are the ones we expect to take the hard knocks and protect us, without them, we have anarchy on the streets. We do not want any liberal calls for enquiries, they need our full support.

  42. Anonymous says:

    Wow when did cayman police start to use gun in cayman that a surprise

    • Rissa Rossi says:

      I said the same thing to was shocked when I heard it…

    • Anonymous says:

      Where the hell you been? Cayman has had a armed unit for quite some time now

    • Anon E. Mouse says:

      Expatriate officers.

    • SSM345 says:

      Have you had your head buried in the sand for the last 20yrs? DTF have been carrying them since the department was created. Then there was USG. Then whatever they are to referred to now.

    • Jotnar says:

      There are at least two incidents I can think of. The one where the officer fired at a feeing vehicle downtown – missing the vehicle and the passers by – and the officer who accidentally fired his hand gun through the roof of his rental car. Plenty more incidents, including the recent Johnathan Welcome case, where officers did not use fire their guns although arguably had adequate cause to do so.

    • Ex copper says:

      This unit was originally founded in 93, back then it was the Special Task Force. It was changed to the USG I beleive in the late 90s.

      Back in the early 80s-90s CID, DTF use to carry on certain opperations.

  43. Anonymous says:


  44. Anonymous says:

    Assuming all is as it seems, my sincere sympathies to the police officer involved. I very much hope that he or she is provided with all appropriate support by the department, and has no residual effects from having to do what they did. We owe them our unwaivering support and gratitude.

  45. Anonymous says:

    Good Job RCIPS! Now lets just hope the dumb ass judicial system we have here doesn’t try to throw these officers under the bus for this shooting…

  46. Anonymous says:

    Sounding a lot like Jamaica…No offence to anyone

    • Anonymous says:

      Looking a lot like Jamaica too (no offense to anyone except immigration who are supposed to be keeping demographic balance in our community).

  47. Anonymous says:

    Has this ever happened in Cayman before?

    • A says:

      You are either young or new to the Island.

      • Anonymous says:

        well, as you can read in the updated article “It is believed that this incident is the first ever fatal shooting by RCIPS officers in the course of their duties.”

        i guess we both learned something new today.

        • A says:

          Dont believe everything you read bobo!
          It has happened before in the 80’s

        • A says:

          “It is believed that this incident is the first ever fatal shooting by RCIPS officer

          Big difference! Hush

        • Anonymous says:

          No in 1967 or 68 policeman Norman fedrick shot and killed James Myles by the George town library and nothing came out of it XXXXXX

  48. Anonymous says:

    The Police did their job. As I recall, someone pointed a gun at our officers and lived to tell the tale a few months back. This individual, who I can only assume had a gun or some weapon, wasn’t so lucky.

    I say well done RCIP! Criminals need to understand that if they going to mess with the LAW, don’t be surprised when the LAW smacks them down.

  49. Po Po! says:

    A promotion may be in order. Take back the streets!

  50. Anonymous says:

    This is very sad but this is what happens to criminals/illegals. As a society we are all appalled by the rise in criminal activity in our communities and unfortunately this is what can happen.

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