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MNL – PINK WALL RIDDIM?



A HOPE DI JURY NUH MISS

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SAVANNA-LA-MAR, Westmoreland – The trial of Rev Dr Paul Lewis, the international televangelist charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice is scheduled to begin in the Savanna-la-Mar Resident Magistrate’s Court today.
In June 2011, the pastor was freed of carnal abuse and indecent assault charges, and was last September acquitted of one of two charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice, after the prosecution witness backed out of the matter.

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The court is expected to decide today whether or not the trial will be held in camera.
Last September, the Child Development Agency (CDA) requested of the Savanna-la-Mar Resident Magistrate’s Court that the case to be held in camera.
But Rev Lewis’ attorney, Keith Bishop told reporters then, that the defence would be fighting such a move by the prosecution, to keep the case away from the public.
Rev Lewis was arrested and charged with two counts of perverting the course of justice in October of 2010 when he turned up for court to answer to the carnal abuse and indecent assault charges.
It is alleged that Lewis paid a witness to get two teenage girls to change their testimonies in the carnal abuse and indecent assault matter.
He was subsequently freed of one of the charges.

Read more: http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/Rev-Paul-Lewis-trial-starts-today#ixzz2OZT8TCed

KIMANI GRAY LAID TO REST

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— On Saturday, inside the mahogany wood and white stone sanctuary at St. Catherine of Genoa Catholic Church, no one spoke openly about the New York Police Department’s impact on the church’s East Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn.

No one mentioned the controversial tactic, formally called “stop-question-and-frisk,” and its possible impact on police community relations in the neighborhood.

No one talked about what it has done to alter the lives of the nearly 5 million people — the overwhelming majority of whom are black or Latino — citywide who have been stopped and frisked.

No one had to.

At the church’s altar, Kimani Gray, a 16-year-old known by the nickname “Kiki” whose favorite subject in school was English because he “loved the power of words,” lay silent and still inside a coffin, beneath a bone and gold embroidered pall.

To the right of the casket, sat Gray’s parents, family and friends, as well as the emergency medical crew called when Gray’s mother fainted and nearly fell to the church floor. Later, one of Gray’s brothers had to be restrained inside the sanctuary when he said loudly that an unidentified man should not have been there because the man did not know who Kiki was.

Gray’s eulogy reminded those inside the sanctuary that in the days leading up to his death Gray, a self-described writer, was busy working on a dramatic piece. On weekdays, he traveled more than an hour each way to his Manhattan high school. His affection for Chinese food, the television show “Supernatural,” and the music of teenage rapper Chief Keef were so well known that their mention Saturday moved most of the nearly 200 people gathered inside St. Catherine’s to laugh.

Two weeks after Gray’s shooting death, exactly what happened remains the subject of an NYPD internal investigation. Police say that when plain-clothes officers jumped out of a car, and ordered Gray and a group of teenagers on their way to a Sweet 16 party to stop for questioning, Gray pointed a weapon at the officers. Police fired, killing Gray. Witnesses say that Gray was unarmed, and attempting to adjust his baggy pants and possibly flee when he was shot. An autopsy found that some of the seven bullets that pierced Gray entered the back of his body.

The March 9 shooting seems to have drawn new national attention to a collection of police tactics used nationwide, including stop and frisk, and random traffic stops to initiate vehicle searches or warrant checks. Proponents insist the tactics are proactive policing tools that help identify criminals and stop crime before it occurs. Opponents insist they provide legal cover for racial profiling and abuses of authority that turn minority neighborhoods into police states.

Gray’s death also ignited a series of clashes with police that New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has said were prematurely and inaccurately reported as riots. The confrontations led to a series of arrests and a make-shift sidewalk memorial for Gray near the spot where he was shot.

Neither Kelly nor New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a proponent of stop and frisk, attended the funeral.

On Saturday, the NYPD stationed police cruisers with flashing lights along streets near St. Catherine’s. At least 35 police officers stood behind stacks of portable metal barricades at the church or were aboard scooters scattered between the church and the site of the shooting less than a mile away.

For Jose LaSalle, an activist who is among a small group keeping vigil at the spot where Gray was shot, the service made him think of his own teenage son.

In 2011, when LaSalle’s son was 15, he was stopped and frisked in East Harlem. A radio recording of one of the officers involved is expected to be introduced into evidence this month in a federal case evaluating the constitutionality of stop and frisk, said LaSalle. The boy was too afraid to testify, his father said, but the recording captured one of the officers who frisked him calling the boy “a mutt.”

“A mutt, like a mixed breed dog,” said LaSalle. “He said that like Spanish people, you know because of our mixed heritage, are not even full human beings. That’s what boys like my son, parents like me face if we are lucky. My son is alive.”

LUK ERE NUH______________________________

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The bride showing off her Versace.

The bride showing off her Versace.

The couple's ring sets designed by Jacob the Jeweler.

The couple’s ring sets designed by Jacob the Jeweler.

Nahtasha with her new husband, Chad Buehler, in her vintage Pernovia dress from Paris.

Nahtasha with her new husband, Chad Buehler, in her vintage Pernovia dress from Paris.

Chester Francis-Jackson, Flair Writer

She is now a Hollywood celebrity, hob-knobbing with movie stars, performers, entertainers and the likes of Hugh Hefner. She has become known and celebrated as the Chocolate Bunny, one of Playboy’s outstanding models. She has even had a number of cameo roles in a some well-known movies. No easy feat for a young lady, hailing from Jamaica, who spent some of her early years in Charlemont, St Catherine. There she is known as Nahtasha Budhi – the name Chocolate Bunny, she confesses, was given to her by the legendary Berry Gordy of Motown Music, and realising the import and cache, went on to have it copyrighted.

But Nahtasha Budhi is no stranger to life as a celebrity as she was once married to Canadian international reggae star Snow. That union produced a lovely daughter – Darrian O’Brien, who has since grown into a stunning young beauty, currently on the cusp of international stardom, herself.

Well the journey from Jamaica to Hollywood has been colourful if nothing else, as along the way the buxom beauty has served as a model for Cake-Art and has inspired a whole new set of lingerie, with the Bunny’s own couture lingerie, now available online.

A few weeks ago, the voluptuous Jamaica-born Playboy model walked down the aisle with husband number two – the celebrated Chad Buehler – Hollywood special-effects designer. After the trip, she emerged from the much-toasted ceremony as Mrs Nahtasha Budhi-Buehler, with the news out of Hollywood being the wedding was such a spectacular do, it was voted ‘Wedding of the Year’ by one US organisation. The couple has also been approached by agents, with a view to making their wedding the base for a new reality show.

Flair now shares highlights of the much-talked-about Hollywood wedding, with its Jamaican connections, of the ever-hopping Chocolate Bunny.

WE HAVE EVERYTING RIGHT YASSO INA JAMAICA!

WHEN TEACHER’S PET DID A GWAAN…………TAMI DID LOOK LIKE ONE A DI SANER ONE DEM…BUT TO HOW RIHANNA INA HAR HEART AND HOW SHE DID A TRAIL BEHIND HAR IT WAS QUITE PLAIN SEH SHE NAY NORMALLLL..I GUESS DI TAILING OF RIHANNA PAY OFF AND LEF ALL CHANGE…………DEN TAMI GO WIDOUT MAKEUP AND DI REAL BUTCH LUK :nerd

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MI TELL UNNO AREDDIE

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Title: THE BEGINNING OF MAFIA’S DOWNFALL

Message Body:
KEMAR MAFIA,MARSHA MAFIA AND SIDONIE ALL IN POLICE CUSTODY,KEMAR IS THE BROTHEFR OF FLIPPA MAFIA AND MARSHA IS FLIPPA BABY MOTHER.

kemar get locked up in LA and marsha and sidonie get picked up at marsha’s house in new jersey.it is said that CARSON get ketch pon him job and inform pon dem but never know,carson is the one weh drive di fedex truck.carson get ketch wid 2 package fuss and stil mek dem send package and tell dem seh hi na go a work bcuz a him birthday afta him done mek di man dem send it fi set dem up.so him set up kemar an di police dem watch kemar an kemar lead dem to marsha.dem all trail kemar go a LA and him neva know.dats di words on di streets.but me a pray fi marsha and sidoie bcuz she have her kids dem kemar did a get too hype.met dis look serious.

SED DAY MI GET DIS OOOOO
Title: WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PHILADELPHIA NEW INFORMER! A HIM NAME CARSON.

Message Body:
met si di bwoy yah weh a gi weh di mafia man dem him name carson so philly people beware…

TOMMY LITE OUT?

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