Delroy Chuck’s Systematic Campaign To Empower And Help Criminals Is Shocking…

A cou­ple of things came up recent­ly which are worth doc­u­ment­ing.
(1) Ninjaman was con­vict­ed of mur­der, not to be dis­re­spect­ful of any­one’s intel­lect but it’s worth men­tion­ing that get­ting con­vict­ed of mur­der means that you inten­tion­al­ly killed some­one.
With that said, we’ll wait to see if star­dom will impact jus­tice in this case as we expect it to, so I’ll have much more to say about this after he is sen­tenced.

Desmond Ballentine o/​c Ninjaman


(2) Yesterday I wrote about the harm “sen­tence reduc­tion” is doing and will be doing going for­ward. In that arti­cle, I made men­tion of Phillip Brown who mur­dered his preg­nant ex-girl­friend then wrapped her body in a tar­pau­lin and dumped the tarp in a gul­ly.
Since then the courts have sen­tenced the accused Brown to 15 years under the sen­tence reduc­tion day fias­co.
He basi­cal­ly got a slap on the wrist for what is a dou­ble mur­der and the state got noth­ing for its largess.

Phillip Brown.….

Phillip Brown was charged with crack­ing his girl­friend’s skull with a ham­mer he was sen­tenced to 15 years impris­on­ment and will be eli­gi­ble for parole after serv­ing 10 years. Brown took advan­tage of sen­tence reduc­tion day by plead­ing guilty to killing his preg­nant girl­friend and was prompt­ly reward­ed with a slap on the wrist.


I want to be on the record once again mak­ing the case that Delroy Chuck’s attempt at return­ing dan­ger­ous crim­i­nals to the streets will have seri­ous and even more far-reach­ing con­se­quences for the Island going for­ward.
Giving mur­der­ers and oth­er vio­lent felons the abil­i­ty to sim­ply plead guilty and receive 50% off the sen­tence they would nor­mal­ly receive is a give­away to crim­i­nals with­out ask­ing them for any­thing in return.
The penal­ty for cap­i­tal mur­der is already way too lenient, tak­ing into account that the Island already imposed on itself a mora­to­ri­um on cap­i­tal pun­ish­ment.
How much more are law abind­ing Jamaicans expect­ed to take at the hands of these incom­pe­tent mon­grels who pur­port to be look­ing out for their inter­est?

Delroy Chuck

It is impor­tant to under­stand that if this sys­tem of “men” being pushed by Delroy Chuck con­tin­ues what we are going to end up with under the guise of free­ing up court dock­ets is a sys­tem in which dan­ger­ous mass killers are giv­en a pat on the wrist and released after just a few years in prison.
It is a trav­es­ty of jus­tice, a slap in the face of the vic­tims of crime in this coun­try which should not be allowed to con­tin­ue.
Chuck not only wants to toss mur­der cas­es from court dock­ets if they have been on for 5 years, through his efforts dan­ger­ous mur­der­ers are hav­ing their sen­tences slashed in half all for a guilty plea with­out any ben­e­fit derived for the peo­ple.
addi­tion­al­ly, Delroy Chuck wants to remove con­vic­tions from the records of con­vict­ed felons giv­ing them fresh new starts which does not reflect their past crimes.

Delroy Chuck is sin­gle-hand­ed­ly engaged in dis­man­tling the very foun­da­tions which are need­ed to help law enforce­ment read­i­ly iden­ti­fy crim­i­nals and build­ing pro­files on them using their past crim­i­nal con­duct.
Said Chuck “my min­istry have been work­ing to have the crim­i­nal records of per­sons expunged after a peri­od of time if they prove they have been suc­cess­ful­ly reha­bil­i­tat­ed”.

What kind of sys­tem allows a sin­gle indi­vid­ual or Ministry to sys­tem­at­i­cal­ly do so much harm to a soci­ety?
At a time when law enforce­ment needs all of the tools it can to iden­ti­fy crim­i­nals with a view to remov­ing them from soci­ety, ele­ments of the gov­ern­ment itself are active­ly engaged in a sys­tem­at­ic cam­paign to thwart their efforts to fight crime.


Chuck, speak­ing to Jamaican media was ques­tioned about a twice-con­vict­ed crim­i­nal who was recent­ly admit­ted to prac­tice law on the Island. Chuck denied any knowl­edge of the case.


The twice-con­vict­ed  Isat Buchanan is now able to prac­tice law, you guessed it.….….….….….….… Jamaica.
According to the Jamaica Gleaner Isat Buchanan said that 21 years ago he was prepar­ing to trav­el over­seas when a neigh­bor asked him to deliv­er some cash to some­one in the United States. He says he was stopped at the Norman Manley International Airport and the author­i­ties con­fis­cat­ed the pack­ages and lat­er said that it con­tained drugs. He was even­tu­al­ly con­vict­ed and paid a fine of approx­i­mate­ly $1 mil­lion, but that was just the begin­ning of his legal dilem­ma.

In 1999, Buchanan said he was on a flight to Florida, in the US, when drugs were linked to him and he was giv­en a 10-year prison sen­tence. Five years ago, he enrolled at the Mona cam­pus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), and on Tuesday Buchanan was for­mal­ly called to the Bar.

How con­ve­nient that on both occa­sions on which he was caught break­ing the law and appro­pri­ate­ly con­vict­ed he claimed inno­cence?
Now that is real­ly not the issue here, any­one can claim what­ev­er they want as long as the soci­ety hold them account­able for their actions if they are guilty.
The real trav­es­ty of jus­tice is that the legal pro­fes­sion which is hav­ing seri­ous prob­lems with lawyers com­mit­ting crimes and being struck from the list of those allowed to prac­tice is now admit­ting felons who are twice con­vict­ed and served a 10-year prison sen­tence.


Members of the Constabulary need all of the sup­port they can get, in Jamaica sup­port for the police is a rare com­mod­i­ty as such the police must be strate­gic in appre­ci­at­ing how and when to lever­age sup­port.
As I have cred­i­bly laid out there are ele­ments with­in the Government which are active­ly engaged in dis­man­tling the struc­tures which aid and enhances law enforce­ment even as there are astro­nom­i­cal increas­es in vio­lent crimes.

This is a no, no, it’s against arrest pro­to­cols world­wide, yet Jamaican cops con­tin­ue to cuff sus­pects with their hands in front or not cuff them at all.

The office of pub­lic defend­er, the jus­tice min­istry, and INDECOM are only a few of the agen­cies which are active­ly aid­ing the esca­la­tion of crime.
Not nec­es­sar­i­ly through active com­mis­sion but through active omis­sion and by default.
These are not hyper­bol­ic rants but ver­i­fi­able facts, yet there is hard­ly any­one pay­ing atten­tion to these facts even as they com­plain about the police seem­ing inabil­i­ty to fight crime.

As I have said before there are some sim­ple steps the police can do to begin the process of lever­ag­ing sup­port as I believe there is a well of good­will out there for the police both at home and in the dias­po­ra.
What is need­ed to acti­vate that good­will, how­ev­er, is a demon­stra­tion by the con­stab­u­lary that it is capa­ble of doing the most basic things cor­rect­ly.

The police will be unable to lever­age sup­port for it’s more crit­i­cal tasks if it demon­stra­bly can­not com­plete the most basic of tasks.
For the aver­age per­son want­i­ng to sup­port the police begin­ning by believ­ing that they are capa­ble of hav­ing an impact on crime, there are some basic things which they need to see.
How about the police do the most basic things right, like safe­ly and deci­sive­ly mak­ing an arrest with­out look­ing like key­stone cops?
How about hand­cuff­ing all crim­i­nals, male and female with their hands behind their backs where their abil­i­ty to do harm to any­one while hand­cuffed is next to zero?

These are not things which can be laid at the feet of gov­ern­ment or any­one else, this is about police offi­cers incom­pe­tence and being clue­less about com­plet­ing the most basic parts of what they are sup­posed to do.

One thought on “Delroy Chuck’s Systematic Campaign To Empower And Help Criminals Is Shocking…

  1. I AGREE with this arti­cle to the MAX the author must be com­mend­ed for writ­ing FACTS in this arti­cle, What is hap­pen­ing Jamaica by CRIMINALS and the JUSTICE SYSTEM is a com­plete joke.…

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