JAMAICA’S MAD LIBERAL JUDGES:

As we continue to point out the glaring broken system of Justice in Jamaica ,we have posted a list of names of some of the Jamaicans  arrested in the Island nation of Barbados. Some of whom have plead  guilty for the drug related offences with which they were charged, and sentenced as indicated below.

Jurists in Barbados seem to understand what their responsibilities are.  Their actions show that they take those responsibilities seriously. The people of Barbados have through word and deed demonstrated that they want to have a  country that is free from crime and terror . Fortunately Barbados Judges are on board with the dictates of the people who pay them.

Below is the full list of the offenders:

1.Lemard Martin, 21, of Lot 9, Ambrook Lane, Kingston 10, Jamaica. He passed 125 packages, weight 1 ½ lbs.Sentences:
Trafficking- 24 months imprisonment
Importation – 24 “ “
Illegal Possession – 18 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 18 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

2.Sheldon G. Christie, 26, of Orange Hill Post Office, Brown’s Town, St Ann, Jamaica. He passed 52 packages, weight 2lbs.Sentences:
Trafficking- 36 months imprisonment
Importation – 36 “ “
Illegal Possession – 24 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 24 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

3.Hector Donald White, 46, of #7 Birdsucker Lane, Kingston 8, Jamaica. He passed 52 packages, weight 1 lb.Sentences:
Trafficking- 24 months imprisonment
Importation – 24 “ “
Illegal Possession – 18 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 18 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

4.Nicardo Odane Gordon, 22, of Aboukir Fullerton Park. Inverness PO., Jamaica. He passed 82 packages, weight 2 lbs.Sentences:
Trafficking- 36 months imprisonment
Importation – 36 “ “
Illegal Possession – 24 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 24 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

5.Romel A Smith, 28, of Grazettes New Road, St. Michael, Barbados. He passed 215 packages, weight 2 lbs.Pleaded not guilty, to return to court on the Oct 31, 2011. Offered bail.

6.Deshawn George Campbell, 25, of #15 Bromley Ave., Kingston 20, Jamaica. He passed 44 packages, weight 2 ½ lbs.

Sentences:
Trafficking- 36 months imprisonment
Importation – 36 “ “
Illegal Possession – 24 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 24 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

7.Casavia Walker, 36, Lot 11, August Town Road, Kingston 7, Jamaica. He passed 82 packages.

Sentences:
Trafficking- 24 months imprisonment
Importation – 24 “ “
Illegal Possession – 18 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 18 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

8. Christopher Garrett, 33, of Lot 66 Woodlands, Red Hills, St. Andrew, Jamaica. He passed 12 packages, weight 1 lb.;

Sentences:
Trafficking- 24 months imprisonment
Importation – 24 “ “
Illegal Possession – 18 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 18 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

9.Gregory Desantos, 20, Fairy Valley, Christ Church, Barbados. He passed 153 packages, weight 1 lb.

Sentences:
Trafficking- 24 months imprisonment
Importation – 24 “ “
Illegal Possession – 18 months
Possession with intent to distribute– 18 months
Sentences will run concurrently.

10.Sonia Frasier, 37, of Flankers District, Montego Bay, Jamaica. She had 1 package inserted in her body cavity and another concealed in her body tights. She arrived on Sunday August 7, 2011 by air.

Sentences:
Trafficking- 36 months imprisonment
Importation – 36 “ “
Illegal Possession – 24 months
Possession with intent to distribute – 24 months
Sentences will run concurrently.(jamaicagleaner.com)

Conversely I will post for you a ruling by a Jamaican Judge in a matter where two women were apprehended bringing 2 and 3 pounds of COCAINE  respectively into the country , both women plead guilty.

Two women caught importing cocaine into Jamaica were on Thursday sentenced to 18 months in prison and slapped with heavy fines. Those convicted are 30-year-old Alecia Williams of May Pen, Clarendon; and 25-year-old Babeth Bowland of Alexandria, St Ann. The two pleaded guilty when they appeared before the Half-Way-Tree Criminal Court. The narcotics police had reported that on July 27, Bowland was returning to the island on a flight from Guyana; at Norman Manley International Airport; when she was stopped and searched.Nearly three pounds of cocaine was found in a pair of sneakers in her suitcase.The following day, Williams was returning on a flight from Trinidad; when she was also stopped and searched. The cops say she was found to be in possession of nearly two pounds of cocaine.In addition to their 18-month sentences, the two were each fined 650-thousand dollars. They will serve an additional six months in prison if they fail to pay the fines. Fri. Aug.05,2011 8:00pm(courtesy RJR news.

You be the Judge (no pun intended)

We will continue to present the facts , you decide ,whether we are being fair or not.

The ridicilous liberal broken system of justice has wrought untold harm to our country. It is not the only reason that our country is in a mess , it is however a major contributor to the lawlessness in the country. In most Jurisdiction suspects facing charges of murder are not granted bail, not so in Jamaica.

Jamaica is a trial lawyer’s paradise, their lobby is powerful and in a small, country where most of the judges are from just around the corner it is not a stretch that their world view would be shaped by their enviornment, as such we have seen the courts become more and more ridicilously liberal.

The University of West Indies which to a large extent educates Jamaica’s Judges has long been a simmering couldron of far left- wing ideology, the communist workers part and other groups have had their birthplace on the mona compus of that university. Yours truly was once tarred and feathered  previewed in the WPJ’s publication the (Struggle) as a terrorist cop. My crimes?  Preventing a raging mob of demonstartors from illegally entering the grounds of Jamaica House .

There is ample evidence that murder  suspects locked up by the police are given bail over and over again, . In one case a suspect was granted bail 5 times , each time he was bailed he allegedly killed the witnesses, absconded ,was brought back and promptly released to kill again. There are those who argue that bail was not intended to be a punitive.

I argue that the law implicitly states that if the person seeking bail is a flight risk then he or she should not be given bail. In the case mentioned above the suspect fled the country , and was given bail  over and over again.

If the suspect seeking bail is believed to be a risk to witnesses that suspect is not to recieve bail, on numerous occasions bone- headed Jamaican Judges have turned criminlas loose , and true to form the witness in the case against  them just happen to turn up dead . in some instances killed the night before the case is to be heard.

I do not have a specific number of witnesses and their families that have been slaughtered by criminals that have been given bail , who promptly go out and murder witnesses, then turn up for trial , upon which they are released for want of prosecution. One  such case happened on Hagley  Park Road at a bus-stop, morning rush hour, in front of scores of commuters.

Jamaica’s Bar Assoc, is a powerful voice in the debate of how justice is administered.  Powerful forces in the so-called human rights fraternity add to the chorus in support of criminals. When those are looked at in the context of  the make up of the amount of lawyers in  the leadership of  both political parties  it is not hard to imagine why we are in the pickle we are in.

These forces are  privy to the fact that we have a large swath of our population that  are low infromation people, as such they really do not fear an uprising of sort , they continue to gamble that the majority of people who live in the coutry want to live in the cesspool of crime and fear that prevails.

The big players pretty much all have American, Canadian, and British Passports and dual-citizenship. They have no desire to live in the mess they make , they milk all the money they can  from the broken system, then head for Florida.

mike beckles:

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