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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The police on Monday sent a warning to event promoters to adhere to stipulations when granted permits to host events and to desist from staging unauthorised parties in the wake of a mass shooting at a Westmoreland party on Sunday night in which 12 persons were hit, two fatally. The deceased have […]

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(BBC) — When a video of an attack on one of the UK’s biggest rap stars went viral, three young people were murdered in the London borough of Haringey over the next 10 weeks. Tensions have long existed between rival gangs in Wood Green and Tottenham, but they rapidly escalated two years ago as tit-for-tat […]

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Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has asked a judge to dismiss murder charges against him in the death of George Floyd. In court papers Friday, Chauvin’s attorney says there is not probable cause to support charges of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Floyd’s killing sparked protests against systemic racism and police brutality […]

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By MERRICK ANDREWS (St. Lucia News Online) — Apparently, contract killings or the hitmen-for-hire business have not only become prevalent in other Caribbean islands, especially in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago but Saint Lucia as well. According to a CMC report, Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Senator Hermangild Francis told a local […]

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By Thomas Tracy (NY DAILY NEWS) — A Brooklyn teen is charged with killing a man whose body was found stashed on the roof of a McDonald’s, police said Saturday. Ayame Stamoulis, 18, was arrested Friday for killing Richard Hamlet after she and two men forced their way into a first-floor apartment on E 149th […]

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By Davina Lee, Principal Information Officer, Government Information Service (PRESS RELEASE) — Minister of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Dr. Gale. T.C. Rigobert expresses deep sadness over the incident which occurred on Sunday, July 12, 2020 on the Pigeon Island beach, which resulted in the death of a young woman. The incident, allegedly […]

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Jamaica Observer:- A woman who allegedly killed her common-law partner by dousing him with hot oil was today offered bail. Melissa Sinclair, 32, has been in custody since May 14 when Orville Pitter was killed inside the St Andrew home they shared. The relationship produced two children. Sinclair was granted bail in the sum of $500,000 […]

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CNN:- Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin could receive more than $1 million in pension benefits during his retirement years even if he is convicted of killing George Floyd. Chauvin has been the subject of national fury since last month, when footage emerged of him kneeling on Floyd’s neck for nearly nine minutes as Floyd begged […]

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Allison Jean, whose son Botham Jean was gunned down in Dallas by a white female police officer, has demanded accountability for killings by Saint Lucia police as a Black Lives Matter (BLM) rally got underway Friday at Constitution Park in Castries. The rally, which Saint Lucia police said was illegal, was  organized by the advocacy […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Black smoke billowed from cars set on fire and debris blocked the intersection of Waltham Park and Hagley Park roads in Kingston as residents of Cockburn Gardens protested the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Jermaine ‘Shawn‘ Ferguson yesterday morning. Enraged residents flung barrels, stones, iron, and old appliances on to the main road. ...

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