18º NORTH EXCLUSIVE: Jamaican Cops…

This 18º NORTH SPECIAL INVESTIGATION started in 2014, when Jamaica’s then Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington, suddenly retired. His retirement came amid investigations into death squads in the police force during his tenure and also as a commission of enquiry was about to get underway into the 2010 actions of Jamaica’s security forces during a raid on West Kingston that left more than 70 people dead. The raid was connected to a hunt for now-convicted drug lord, Christopher "Dudus" Coke, who, at the time, was wanted by the U.S. on drugs and weapons charges.

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