FRAUDULENT ANTI-POLICE JAMAICA MEDIA FAIL TO PRESENT BOTH SIDES OF THE STORY, AS USUAL, CAUSING CRIMINALS TO BE VIEWED AS SYMPATHETIC FIGURES OF VIRTUE.
It is disingenuous to any democratic society and dangerous, that media houses can concoct fake narratives they see as in their interest, lampooning and maligning law enforcement which generally doesn’t respond with their version of the facts
Unconfirmed reports indicate that this is the saint [sic] who was killed in a confrontation with Police which has precipitated the mass uprising in the lawful community of Swallowfield[sic].
Below is the choir-boy portrayed in the sickening Observer story.
You are the judge.
The burning of tires and other debris, the firing of automatic weapons and the throwing of molotov cocktail bombs at the Police and police facility has all come as a result of this choirboy[sic] getting his.
We have zero qualms about putting their videos (in their own words) online for the world to see and hear them. So when the lying dirty politicians and the criminal rights eat a food fraternity try to canonize these saints[sic] we will be right there to show the world that there is no difference between these idyllic members of society[sic] and those who support and enable them.
According to the police, at approximately 8:15 pm on Monday 17-year-old Casey Lake was fatally shot during a confrontation with cops on Providence Lane.
The police reported that a home-made firearm and one round of ammunition were recovered from Lake.
True to form, the Jamaica Observer went about reporting the incident the way they and other media have always done, by padding the reporting with quotes from so-called witnesses who are always conveniently present during these encounters.
It is that biased -brain dead imbecilic anti-police reporting which has given rise to and nurtured the rampant criminality on the Island. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/front-page/anger-at-the-state-swallowfield-residents-hurl-stones-at-cops-try-to-fire-bomb-pol
The link above is their reporting as fact, the hearsay which is designed to make saints out of criminals. I once again call on the Jamaican Government to scrap INDECOM and move with alacrity to dispense all funds earmarked for INDECOM to the police in the fight against lawlessness in this country.