INDECOM A Den Of Deceptive Liars Aided By Complicit Media/​In Crime Expansion

Hamish Campbell and Terrence Williams run­ning a con game on Jamaica with the aid and acqui­es­cence of the polit­i­cal class

The old Jamaican say­ing, “one fool makes many,” is impor­tant to remem­ber, par­tic­u­lar­ly in this time of social media and instant mes­sag­ing and every­one seek­ing a hype. 
This sto­ry I read in the Gleaner prob­a­bly strad­dles the “one fool makes many” and the “I see some fools and I’m going to exploit their igno­rance” fence.

Whatever Jamaica gets, Jamaica deserves, I say that with the great­est degree of indif­fer­ence to those who come into our coun­try and tell us how to gov­ern our­selves.
Nevertheless, when the pop­u­la­tion and it’s pathet­ic lead­er­ship are either too stu­pid or too heav­i­ly invest­ed in self-doubt to under­stand that the solu­tions to our nation’s prob­lems do not lie in our for­mer colo­nial mas­ters, then the results are what we have here.

GLEANER HEADLINE (dat­ed Sunday, October 21st.2018
INDECOM Urges Cops To Stop Tampering With Crime Scenes

The Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) has repeat­ed its warn­ing to mem­bers of the Jamaica Constabulary Force not to tam­per with shoot­ing scenes. This fol­lowed the fatal shoot­ing of Renardo Powell on Marescaux Road in cen­tral Kingston last Thursday evening.
The police say Powell had been rid­ing around on a bicy­cle in the Marescaux Road area, rob­bing per­sons while bran­dish­ing what was lat­er dis­cov­ered to be an imi­ta­tion gun made from board.

He was fatal­ly shot when he was accost­ed by mem­bers of a police par­ty. Details on what led the cops to shoot him are yet to be released by the police. But per­sons who have report­ed that they arrived on the scene short­ly after the explo­sions were heard told The Sunday Gleaner that Powell was seen writhing in pain on the side­walk as two police­men, one with a pis­tol, and anoth­er with an assault rifle stood over him.

The col­lec­tion of cas­ings is still a fre­quent com­plaint from cit­i­zens who observe offi­cers, post-shoot­ing inci­dents, col­lect­ing them. The agreed JCF/​INDECOM pro­to­cols are for the com­mis­sion to be noti­fied forth­with, and for the scene to be pre­served until INDECOM arrives,” added Campbell.

He agreed that in some instances, the police will have no choice but to pre­serve and pro­tect valu­ables from loss or theft, but argued that such actions must be record­ed and report­ed to INDECOM inves­ti­ga­tors. So far this year, there have been 111 fatal police shoot­ings, with 11 of those occur­ring last month. INDECOM has report­ed that at least 92 mem­bers of the secu­ri­ty forces are before the courts in con­nec­tion with shoot­ing inci­dents.
They claimed it took min­utes for the cops to load the injured man and the bicy­cle in the back of a ser­vice pick­up and drove away. According to the alleged eye­wit­ness­es, while the cops were leav­ing the scene, they were stopped by a sec­ond group of cops who took the bicy­cle from the pick­up and placed it back on the bloody spot where Powell had been lying, while their col­leagues drove to the Kingston Public Hospital with the injured man.

Late last week, INDECOM’s assis­tant com­mis­sion­er, Hamish Campbell, declined to com­ment on its ear­ly inves­ti­ga­tion into Powell’s death, but he under­scored that tam­per­ing with crime scenes direct­ly affects its inves­ti­ga­tions. “Tampering with crime scenes will always be a prob­lem and will impede effec­tive inves­ti­ga­tions and the cor­rect inter­pre­ta­tion of events that occurred. This includes removal of the deceased, which is a com­mon prac­tice in Jamaica and not else­where,” said Campbell.
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So here’s some real per­spec­tive on this issue which is not dri­ven by hype, hyper­bole or the self-serv­ing grandios­i­ty we are used to see­ing com­ing out of the crime enhance­ment Terrence Williams Circus.

(1) Whether the head­line was defined by INDECOM or the Gleaner it makes no dif­fer­ence to me, igno­rance is bliss and I have no oblig­a­tion to suf­fer fools great­ly when they are mak­ing more fools.
The crim­i­nal sup­port­ing, crim­i­nal breed­ing INDECOM does not have a man­date to inves­ti­gate crime in Jamaica, that is with­in the remit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (or until such time the Chinese take over Jamaica and decides oth­er­wise).
INDECOM is tasked with inves­ti­gat­ing fatal police shoot­ings, as such when they are called to vis­it a scene where mem­bers of the secu­ri­ty forces are forced to employ lethal force, INDECOM can­not des­ig­nate the scene a (CRIME SCENE).
Let me be clear, INDECOM has NO right, NONE, to declare a scene to which it is called to inves­ti­gate a police use of force a crime scene>
Scenes involv­ing Police use of lethal force are not [crime scenes] until incon­tro­vert­ible evi­dence of wrong­do­ing emerges.
Any des­ig­na­tion to the con­trary is hyper­bol­ic, sen­sa­tion­al, and must be seen as direct attempts to prej­u­dice the minds of mem­bers of the pub­lic against their law enforce­ment offi­cers who risk life and limb to pro­tect them.

(2)In the case out­lined above the police were engaged in a use of force encounter with an offend­er who was armed with a fake gun. 
The police were called and respond­ed to what they believed was a real weapon.
Case closed.…
By eye­wit­ness accounts, it took only min­utes after the lethal encounter for the offi­cers to load the offend­er and his bicy­cle into their vehi­cle and dri­ve away.
(2a) Once offi­cers use lethal force they must assess the casu­al­ty, they did that. Once they real­ized he was still alive (there are no ambu­lances) their next oblig­a­tion is to get him to the hos­pi­tal.
The report­ing stat­ed cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly that ‑that is exact­ly what they embarked on doing.
On the arrival of a sec­ond police unit, they hand­ed over the bicy­cle to that unit to place it back on the scene, an attempt made with the great­est sin­cer­i­ty and inten­tion of com­ply­ing with the man­dates of the INDECOM act and their own train­ing, to pre­serve the scene in it’s most vir­gin state as best as is human­ly pos­si­ble.
(2b) As it relates to spent shells if the police are forced to leave the scene, to save lives and they col­lect the spent shells for the sake of account­abil­i­ty, where is the harm in that?

(3) Persons have report­ed that when they arrived on the scene short­ly after the explo­sions were heard told The Sunday Gleaner that Powell was seen writhing in pain on the side­walk as two police­men, one with a pis­tol, and anoth­er with an assault rifle stood over him.

Is it a crime for police offi­cers to stand over crim­i­nals whom they just shot?
Jamaica will have to make a deci­sion whether it wants to con­tin­ue as a haven for crim­i­nal­i­ty or take the req­ui­site steps to unshack­les itself from the chains of colo­nial­ist depen­den­cy and def­er­ence.
It will have to pack up Hamish Campbell and send him home and cause Terrence Williams to seek employ­ment chas­ing ambu­lances.

(4) The alleged removal of the deceased from the scene of shoot­ings in which law enforce­ment is involved.
Police offi­cers are not Doctors and nei­ther are the blood­suck­ing par­a­sites at INDECOM, as such the police have a duty, to make sure that all vic­tims of lethal force get to a com­pe­tent author­i­ty (hos­pi­tal) with a view to sav­ing lives.

INDECOM is focused on a cou­ple of things, (a) the agen­cy’s own sur­vival, as evi­dence mounts that it is doing far more harm than good. 
(b) That the agen­da of Terrence Williams and Hamish Campbell is advanced, Saving lives is not a part of that agen­da.

The man­date of the police is not based on any­one’s ego. Police offi­cers go out to pro­tect lives to pre­serve the peace and to pro­tect prop­er­ty.
No offi­cer goes out to take lives. 
Given Jamaica’s tox­ic anti-police envi­ron­ment it is a won­der that offi­cers expose them­selves in this cesspool of crime pro­tec­tion. 

Terrence Williams and Hamish Campbell under­stand full well that as bot­tom-feed­ers, they can ful­ly exploit the igno­rance and cul­ture of crim­i­nal sup­port to fame and nation­al hon­or.
Venomous anti-police trolling is Jamaica’s largest growth indus­try, Campbell and Williams are mere­ly exploit­ing that to the fullest as so many before have and so many after them will. It is sim­ply the nature of the beast, they are not there to help Jamaica. Just ask Caroline Gomez, Mark Shields, and the oth­ers.
What is sad is when those in the media col­lude with these lying leech­es to deceive the peo­ple and march them back into servi­tude, which is exact­ly why Hamish Campbell is in Jamaica. 

You don’t have to like this Article but please share it, the men and women of the JCF needs all the sup­port they can get.
Lets not allow politi­cians and their lack­eys to destroy this beau­ti­ful lit­tle coun­try we call yaad