INDECOM Generation Of Killers Hell Bent On Killing Cops In Their Own Homes

Inspector Grant

Just recent­ly and in the space of one week two police offi­cers were attacked in the sanc­ti­ty of their own homes.
I wrote about it argu­ing then that this is alarm­ing and that the police at least must be dou­bly vig­i­lant if that is at all pos­si­ble con­sid­er­ing what they face in Jamaica and the lev­el of sup­port that is giv­en to crim­i­nals.

I argued in my last arti­cle that attacks on police in their own homes is noth­ing new but should be watched to see if there is a pat­tern devel­op­ing.
I believe we need look no fur­ther to come to the rea­son­able con­clu­sion that this is indeed a strat­e­gy being adopt­ed by the well armed crim­i­nal under­world.

Yesterday female cop, Inspector A Grant was attacked in her home and shot along with her 23 ‑year-old daugh­ter .
The offi­cer report­ed­ly returned fire hit­ting one of her assailants killing him.
We under­stand that the offi­cer’s hus­band is a police offi­cer who was involved in a shoot­ing and that the attack on her and her fam­i­ly was a reprisal attack.
We have been unable to get con­fir­ma­tion on that angle of the sto­ry.

Since Bruce Golding gave the the coun­try INDECOM, the rule of law has gone to the dogs in Jamaica .
It is not that there should­n’t be over­sight of Government agen­cies includ­ing the ones over which INDECOM have over­sight respon­si­bil­i­ty.
The prob­lem is the col­lu­sion which occurred between the Bruce Golding Government, out­side lob­by groups with agen­das against the police the PNP with zero input from the police.
It is impor­tant to rec­og­nize that despite the tril­lions of dol­lars Jamaica’s politi­cians have stolen and the crim­i­nal­i­ty in which mem­bers of par­lia­ment have been involved, the Police and the Contractor General’s depart­ment has no pow­er to pros­e­cute them.

The Police Military and Corrections which INDECOM Investigates, have giv­en more than enough rea­sons for gov­ern­ment to lis­ten to the calls for trans­paren­cy com­ing from the peo­ple.
Nevertheless, it is the com­plic­i­ty with which Golding and his cronies cob­bled togeth­er INDECOM and placed his polit­i­cal oper­a­tive Terrence Williams at the helm which is the prob­lem.

Out of the INDECOM Act came increased and more brazen mur­ders, attacks on law enforce­ment offi­cers and a gen­er­al unwill­ing­ness of police to go after crim­i­nals.
The polit­i­cal pup­pet Golding placed atop the INDECOM fecal pile nev­er miss­es an oppor­tu­ni­ty to trum­pet the fact that police shoot­ings have gone down.
That’s an absolute and irrefutable fact.
Those argu­ments are for his for­eign han­dlers who give mon­ey to INDECOM to ham­strung the police and turn Jamaica into a waste­land of crim­i­nal­i­ty, there­by keep­ing her impov­er­ished and in debt.

What Terrence Williams nev­er talks about is the fact that police shoot­ings have gone down because police offi­cers have large­ly dis­en­gaged while the mur­der­ers which have tak­en over the coun­try have been embold­ened.
As a con­se­quences mur­ders have gone up marked­ly with no end in sight.
If the idea behind INDECOM was for less crim­i­nals to get shot and more inno­cent Jamaicans shot and mur­dered the INDECOM Act has been a strate­gic suc­cess for INDECOM’s financiers.

The arro­gance of these ter­ror­ists are on full dis­play for all to see ‚now that they are embold­ened by INDECOM , and the Office Of Public Defender, two tax pay­er fund­ed Government agen­cies which sup­ports crim­i­nals.

Brazen images many Jamaicans do not see in their local media. This is hap­pen­ing in your coun­try.

The killing of law enforce­ment offi­cers will not cause an awak­en­ing of the peo­ple seem­ing­ly drunk on las­civ­i­ous­ness and wine, some oth­er event will have to awak­en them, if of course the coun­try is not already too far gone and is large­ly pop­u­lat­ed with crim­i­nals.
Some with­in the Government con­tin­ue to use cruise ship arrivals and vis­i­tors to all inclu­sive resorts as a barom­e­ter of sta­bil­i­ty in the coun­try.
I under­stand the need for sta­bil­i­ty and calm but the Government is woe­ful­ly mis­guid­ed if it mis­cal­cu­lates how quick­ly those arrivals will evap­o­rate if the ter­ror­ism in the coun­try is allowed to con­tin­ue.

Caches of guns the police recov­er almost dai­ly

The for­eign press can do a lot of dam­age once this con­tin­ues, its only a mat­ter of time.
The images which many Jamaicans at home are not privy to and that which many in the dias­po­ra pre­tend does­n’t exist are out there for all to see.
People come to me and ask “I want to go on vaca­tion we would like to go to Jamaica what do you think”?
They hear and see whats going on.
What do you think?

One thought on “INDECOM Generation Of Killers Hell Bent On Killing Cops In Their Own Homes

  1. The crim­i­nals are win­ning with the help of gov­ern­ment and oth­er stake­hold­ers in Jamaica

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