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3 MEMBERS OF ONE FAMILY KILLED BY POLICE

10 Responses to 3 MEMBERS OF ONE FAMILY KILLED BY POLICE

  • Toni Ann says:

    Great morning Met, Great morning Metters.

    I say it before and I will say it again, talking wont do anything so lets take action. Those police wouldnt leave fi si next week. Everytime mi turn roun dem a kill off people just suh but yet fi hear a white, japanese, uptowner get murdered like that. dem police officer deh nuh deserve prison, dem deserve punishment, SEVERE PUNISHMENT.

    R.I.P TO THE 3 MEN, only God can understand how I feel it for my kind.

  • :.( says:

    smh
    Another sad story.
    WHAT AH LIFE!

  • Yep! says:

    Badmine is a helluva thing!

  • Anonymous says:

    There was another incident last year when Police killed 4 men in a rural Parish. Two of the men were brothers, another was arrested a few years ago in the Gun for Drug trade with Haiti and the other individual was from West Kingston, said to have murdered a Policeman in Kingston. Let INDECOM do their investigation before making statements. Some of people in the area of the shooting claim that the four killed below were innocent youth, yet most people in the area knew otherwise.

    Four killed in St Elizabeth were linked to gun trade, say cops
    Sunday, November 25, 2012

    PUBLIC anger continued to smoulder in St Elizabeth yesterday at the shooting deaths of four men by the police in the community of New Town, just outside the parish capital Black River mid-afternoon Friday.
    The residents are alleging that the men were killed in cold blood and that the police fired indiscriminately during the incident which happened between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm when students were on their way home from school.
    “Shots were being fired wildly and anybody could have been hit,” said Councillor Mordant Mitchell (PNP, Black River Division). People in the community, he said, were traumatised.
    Yesterday, police identified the four men as Kenrick Bennett of Parottee, St Elizabeth; Rohan Barrett of Tivoli Gardens, Kingston; Carlington Wallace; and Turine Wallace of New Town.
    Police said that two 9mm pistols and seven rounds of ammunition were seized at the scene.
    At least two of the dead were said to be brothers from the community.
    “Dem a nuh wrongdoer,” a young woman who claimed to know the four men told the Jamaica Observer on Friday.
    But the police believe that Bennett, Barrett, and the other two men were involved in the guns for drugs trade with Haiti.
    In a release from the Constabulary Communication Network (CCN) yesterday, Bennett o/c ‘Guns’, was said to have been among a group of men detained by Cuban law enforcers on July 5, 2007.
    They were held in Cuban waters with seven 9mm pistols, three revolvers and more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition. The men were said to have been returning from Haiti where they had gone to trade 2,000 lbs of marijuana for weapons and ammunition.
    Bennett and the other men were subsequently returned to Jamaica where they were all charged with conspiracy to transport firearms to Jamaica and conspiracy to export marijuana.
    The case was subsequently adjourned as the main prosecution witness could not be found to give statements.
    Friday’s killing — the details of which have not yet been furnished by the CCN — has since been reported to the Independent Commission of Investigations.
    Yesterday, Councillor Mitchell said in his experience “nothing like that has ever happened in Black River”.
    The people, he said, are alleging that “there was no level of mercy” shown by the police. According to Mitchell, the people feel that whatever may have happened the police basically chased the men and killed them.

    http://m.jamaicaobserver.com/mobile/news/Four-killed-in-St-Elizabeth-were-linked-to-gun-trade–say-cops_13078669

  • sweet says:

    AGAIN ANOTHER SET OF MOTHERS LEFT TO BAWL, WHY WOULD THIS FIREMAN HAVE GUN, MEMBERS OF CHURCH BAND. THE MAN SEH HIM WILL NEVER GET OVER THIS. I HAVE A COUSIN A YOUNG DETECTIVE AND ME HEAR HOW HIM TALK AND HIS ATTITUDE OF MURDER DEM. SAYKA DAT ME NO CHAT TO HIM, AN A ME UNCLE PICKNEY. THESE POLICE OFFICERS NEED TO BE MADE ACCOUNTABLE, YOU CANNOT JUST OPEN FIRE ON PEOPLE JUST SO. KMT.

  • Anonymous says:

    Who is the businessman? Justin O’Gilvie (I think he is older than 43 years old)? Who are the Senior Police Officers involved?

    Businessman Held In Money Laundering, Murder Probe
    Published: Sunday | March 17, 2013 4 Comments
    Seven witnesses murdered, four others targeted

    Investigators probing link with senior cops

    Glenroy Sinclair, Assignment Coordinator

    A Corporate Area businessman, who operates a multimillion-dollar construction company, has been taken into custody by investigators from the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force (MOCA), following a probe into allegations of money laundering, murders and other major crimes.

    The businessman, whose name is being withheld, could soon face numerous charges and some senior members of the police force could be charged alongside him.

    The Sunday Gleaner has confirmed that senior members of the force are under investigation following allegations that some persons who had made reports against the businessman in the past were murdered shortly after going to the cops.

    Last week, our news team received information from west Kingston, where the businessman is based, that at least seven persons who have gone to the police with information on his illegal activities have been killed in the past two years.

    http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130317/lead/lead2.html

  • Observer says:

    Morning Metty and Mettyers :peluk

    another sad story indeed

  • fabulous69 says:

    Hey metty…mi read dis yesterday and tears come a mi yeye….juss tiad a dem police yah

  • Met says:

    :kiss @ fabulous

  • BK says:

    JESUS CHRIST JAMAICAN POLICE WICKED AND LIE SAH, I GUESS DEM WAAH SHIT DEM PANTS WHEN DEM HEAR ONE IS A FIREMAN, RIP YOUNG MEN, I HOPE GOD GIVE UR FAMILY THE STRENGTH TO FACE THIS SITUATION

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