Information coming out of Jamaica reveals that a machine allegedly used to manufacture bullets and war-heads were seized at the Kingston Wharves. The Jamaica Gleaner reported on the findings ,yet I am unsure what the report meant by war-heads. every projectile used in any weapon which is launched with the purpose of killing or causing harm may be characterized as a war-head. As such I found the Gleaner’s reporting infantile and woefully lacking in clarity.The reporting indicates Custom officers simply happened on the cache, they did not make the discovery as part of a systematic or concerted effort to eradicate the possibility of such contraband entering the Island. This did not stop the head of Customs from bragging about increased vigilance on the part of his officers.
Police spokes-person DSP Steve Brown.
Anyone in the know must snicker at the notion that Jamaican customs are vigilant. I would wager they were looking to see what they could steal from unsuspecting shippers. The hapless police not to be outdone issued a statement about the find. They claimed they were asking their overseas counterparts for help with the investigations and were actively looking for one man from Manchester whom they believe may be able to aid them in their investigations. Where have we heard this form-statement before? Why would they name the person they are looking for or even where he is from, why not simply find the person tie him to the find if possible and tie up the investigations? Nah that would actually require that they show a little common sense and we know the police have consistently demonstrated they are incapable of showing common sense.