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    What do you know about crime ?

    Twelve persons killed in less than 24 hours
    Tuesday, 04 December 2007
    At least twelve persons were killed between Monday night and Tuesday morning in separate incidents across Kingston, St. Thomas, St. Catherine and Clarendon.

    Numbered among the dead are five persons who were shot in Ashleigh Hall near Water Lane in Vere, Clarendon in a pre-dawn attack.

    Scores of people descended on the death scene of two houses in a yard in Water Lane, where five persons met violent deaths.

    Police theorise that the deadly attack was carried out by a group of heavily armed men.

    When the gunmen were done, 43-year-old Lurline Lewis and her 21-year-old son Shamar Davis; 46-year-old Delora Green and her common law husband 33-year-old Daniel Parkinson and 48-year-old Delroy Riley lay dead.

    The scene was an ugly mess of blood and mangled bodies.

    Shemar Davis was reportedly found with a gun.

    The police theorise he was the target of the attack, as he is said to be one of the top member of the so called "Gang of Nine" operating in the community.

    The leader of the gang was taken into custody on the weekend and Mr. Davis was accused of leaking information to the cops.

    Superintendent in Charge of the parish Radcliffe Lewis said it was the most horrific scene he had witnessed.

    Tuesday' killings bring to 113, the number of persons killed in the parish since the start of the year.





    Journalistsí challenged to become more active in crime fighting
    Tuesday, 04 December 2007
    With the increased number of killings in the last 24 hours, media workers are being challenged to play a greater role in the fight against crime.

    President of the Press Association (PAJ), Desmond Richards said the surge in crime has reached crisis proportions.

    Mr. Richards was addressing the PAJ's Prayer Breakfast in observance of National Journalism week Tuesday.

    He lamented that the lives of too many innocent victims were being snuffed out.

    He said the media was already playing a role by reporting the incidents of crime but more needs to be done.

    He said from a self-interest point of view, the media have something to protect as every victim is a potential reader, viewer or listener.



    Multiple murders in Clarendon
    Tuesday, 04 December 2007
    Five persons were brutally killed in an early massacre at Ashleigh Hall near Water Lane in the Vere community of Clarendon.

    Residents of the Clarendon based community were left dumbfounded after the incident.

    Scores of persons descended on the two houses in a yard in Water Lane.

    Some were even perched in trees to watch as news of the murderous rampage spread.

    The Police theorise that the deadly attack was carried out by a group of heavily armed men.

    When the gunmen were done, 43-year-old Lurline Lewis and her 21-year-old son Shamar Davis; 46-year-old Delora Green and her common law husband 33-year-old Daniel Parkinson and 48-year-old Delroy Riley lay dead.

    The scene was an ugly mess of blood and mangled bodies.

    Shemar Davis was found clutching a gun.

    The police theorise he was the target of the attack.

    This morning's killings bring to 113 the number of persons killed in Clarendon since the start of the year.

    And Member of Parliament (MP) for South West Clarendon, Noel Arscott said the crime situation in the parish is getting out of control.

    He said it was only last week he spoke with Minister of National Security, Derrick Smith about beefing up security.


    Two killed in drive-by shooting as more murders occurred in four parishes
    Tuesday, 04 December 2007
    Six people were killed across Kingston, St. Catherine, Clarendon and St. Thomas.

    Among those killed was 45-year-old Lincoln Wright of Port Road in Chapelton, Clarendon.

    Mr. Wright was shot dead on Dyer Lane in Four Paths Monday night.

    The police report that he was walking with members of his family when he was pounced upon by gunmen who were attempting to rob him.

    A struggle ensued and he was shot.

    He was taken to hospital and pronounced dead.

    Meanwhile, investigators are also probing the shooting deaths of two men in a drive-by attack on Regent Street in Allman Town, Kingston 4.

    Those killed are 32-year-old Oneil Williams otherwise called "Pargi Boy" and 27-year-old Carey Hamilton of Allman Town.

    And 22-year-old Kevin Anderson of Waltham Park Road was shot dead on Eastwood Park Road in St. Andrew Monday.

    According to the police, Mr. Anderson was in a dispute with another man when the man pulled a gun and shot him Anderson several times.

    In another incident, scores of residents in Bog Walk St. Catherine staged a protest following the killing of two men by the police.

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    On a very serious note, since about last week , atleast 200 people were killed.

    That must be a record, i have never heard of so much killings in such a short time in Ja's history.

    Local election Tomorrow..

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    damn...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane Lucian View Post
    damn...
    Biatch #################### I know you scared.

    I know your heart was racing when you read about that.

    Don't take the mawga tight pants wearing boy you see walking the streets for a punk.. He might not want to buss your skull because he is already wanted in JA ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by liteskinboy View Post
    Biatch #################### I know you scared.

    I know your heart was racing when you read about that.

    Don't take the mawga tight pants wearing boy you see walking the streets for a punk.. He might not want to buss your skull because he is already wanted in JA ..
    bad man doh fraid no pussihole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane Lucian View Post
    bad man doh fraid no pussihole.
    rassclat

    okay insane ...


    Just remember who are the real killers in the carib.

    Pussi show some respect to gangsters

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    all this killin so sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by liteskinboy View Post
    rassclat

    okay insane ...


    Just remember who are the real killers in the carib.

    Pussi show some respect to gangsters
    dem mun eh no gangsters.

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    Jamaica...

    The base- General population....respect guns (the ability to gain respect through fear), Money (dont matter how you get it...as long as a next man not riding you for you to get it or vice versa)

    The stripe gained through intimidation basically sums into a "bad man" culture...even some simple law abiding individuals have a strong propensity to violence because that is a form of gaining respect.

    Now the above is the base...drop in some squalid conditions in the co-operate area, political manipulation, advent of organized crime, drug trade, a growing domestic use of cocaine (pioneers Tivoli mid 90's)....domestic trade recently associated with the success kingfish has had in closing the borders for export of cocaine to the states and europe...but still cant do squat stopping the import. U.S of A still cant do squat stopping guns coming in.

    Add in all the above at different levels combine with individual mindset etc... you create three types of murderers.

    65% Callous cold blooded naw live fi nutten waste man....Not really brave...opportunist killers...always interpret the proverb if you cant catch somebody you catch their shirt to the furthest extent. Most extreme will kill babies and old people...who have the slightest connection to their f#ckery war. When is their time to get clog dem beg like baby and all wet themselves.


    25% Callous cold blooded psychopaths....very dangerous people...will kill anybody, anytime, anywhere...will do a drive by on a police station..they know they will die one day or some think they are invincible ...alot of them on hard drugs or season spliff....others... mi nuh know dem just different...


    10% Serious person...sometimes involved in petty crime before they picked up gun thing...normally get forced into gun thing to defend themselves and family because of individuals of the above ilk...when in war they go specifically for who warring with them...some of the most famous use some ingenious means of getting at their enemies. Some always manage to get on police most wanted list because other gunmen get scared when people are killing them instead of their neighbors and inform on them..telling lies andcarrying their names to police for every murder that takes place in a given community to get the police to stop the person from terrorizing them.
    Last edited by skeng; 12-05-2007 at 12:07 AM.

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    Damn "skeng," yuh all have percentages and ish

    All i know bout the crime situation in Jamaica is that it needs to change for the better and that's one of the reasons why i chose to return home

    i also know that most of Jamaica can be considered rural and is extremely peaceful, so while we shouldn't ignore the crime situation, it may be useful to ask who benefits from the negative sensationalism of Jamaican media coverage

    As much as i love my life, exercise due caution and wouldn't mind being around in this form for another few centuries, i don't consider any part of Jamaica completely off-limits


    Even though all things have value, fear is an enemy of mine






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    They kill women and pickney

    House keeper killed in St. James
    Wednesday, 05 December 2007
    The police in Montego Bay are trying to unravel the motive behind the murder of a woman in that city early Wednesday morning.

    A 39-year-old housekeeper, Mourick Davis from Bottom Pen in the volatile Glendevon area, was riddled with bullets by armed thugs as she waited on a taxi at the Gully Bus Stop.

    The police report that she was standing in the vicinity of William and St. James Street, when a Toyota Fielder drove up and stopped.

    Two men armed with guns alighted from the vehicle and fired several shots, hitting her, and then fled the scene.

    Ms. Davis was pronounced dead at hospital.

    The police found several 9mm spent shells at the scene.

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