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Klansman Trial: Witness Details Failed Murder Attempts
The case against reputed gang leader Andre ‘Blackman’ Bryan and his 32 co-accused continued today in the Home Circuit Court in Downtown Kingston. The prosecution’s second witness is in his 6th day of giving evidence.

Andre Ruddock Confesses to Murder in Police Caution Statement
Andre Ruddock, the man charged with killing a woman during an alleged sacrificial ritual at pathways international kingdom restoration ministries in St. James has confessed to the murder. Ruddock reportedly confessed in a caution statement to the police in the presence of two justices of the peace on Monday, October 18.

Abducted Woman’s Family and Friends Speak Out
Three women in separate areas of St. Andrew, who were all abducted on Monday, November 1, have since been released, alive.

Policemen Road Rage
Conflict between two policemen in a viral video has left the public asking several questions. The bust-up appears to have started after an inspector allegedly pulled his firearm on a police sergeant.

Unemployment Losses in Pandemic Hit Historic Lows
Executive Director of CAPRI, Dr. Damien King says at the lowest point during the pandemic Jamaica’s unemployment numbers in matter months dropped to post World War 2 lows.

Pfizer Administration Off to a Good Start
Of the roughly 85,000 persons due their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, over 16, 000 had received their jabs up to Wednesday, November 3. The confirmation came from Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jacquiline Bisasor-Mckenzie, who says persons have been using the appointment system.

No Issue with Vaccination Card for U.S Travel
Effective November 8, fully vaccinated Jamaicans traveling to the United States should encounter no issues with the vaccination cards issued by the Health Ministry.
The assurance came from Health Minister. Dr. Christopher Tufton recently, following the announcement from the Biden Administration that non-citizen, non-immigrant adults traveling to the U.S will be required to be fully vaccinated with only limited exceptions and provide proof of vaccination status.

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  1. Jojoyah_123 says:

    Too many Jamaicans are out of control.

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