Govt. Dismembering JCF Limb By Limb:Force Not Guiltless…

On Saturday, October 1st, 2016 the Police launched an inves­ti­ga­tion into the mur­der of 51-year-old Germaine Junior, o/​c gul­ly at 56 Barbican Road, St Andrew, at the home of well know Attorney at Law Patrick Bailey. The body was found with mul­ti­ple stab wounds and a gun­shot wound to the head.
According to Police, the deceased man’s body was alleged­ly found at about 4 a.m by Bailey with mul­ti­ple stab wounds and what appeared to be a bul­let wound to the head inside the premis­es.

What Are The Police Afraid Of Why They Haven’t Arrested The Murderer/​s Of Germaine Junior

The deceased man was report­ed­ly found sprawled on a couch inside Bailey’s ran­sacked liv­ing room. He was report­ed­ly stabbed more than 20 times, and the bul­let wound dis­cov­ered only after a spent shell was found.

Bailey was said to be inside the house at the time of the inci­dent and told Police he slept through the inci­dent. The police report­ed no signs of forced entry to the premis­es, which is guard­ed by an elec­tron­ic gate.
Local report­ing at the time indi­cat­ed that long after the scene was processed and the body of the deceased was removed senior police Investigators were still at the premis­es inter­view­ing Patrick Bailey.
A lit­tle strange, if it was a lit­tle man down by Spanish Town Road his behind would have been dragged to the sta­tion and he would be cool­ing his heels in a cell right?.….…But I digress.

To date, this case which seems like an open and closed case has not been closed.
Fitz Jackson speak­ing in the Parliament recent­ly made ref­er­ence to this case. Fitz Jackson is the Opposition spokesper­son on National Security. Jackson cit­ed the case of mis­ter Junior to make his case for the sep­a­ra­tion of MOCA from the JCF, argu­ing that the JCF is inca­pable of doing the sim­plest inves­ti­ga­tion.
Point tak­en, yes I agree that the police have been pathet­ic in con­duct­ing many inves­ti­ga­tions and this is one of those inves­ti­ga­tions.
However, the irony is that Fitz Jackson was using this case to make the case of the PNP’s deci­sion to throw its sup­port behind the Government’s leg­is­la­tion which will sep­a­rate the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency, an arm of the JCF from the JCF.

Listen to Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Fitz Jackson, out­lin­ing (in my opin­ion) the fail­ures of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) in inves­ti­gat­ing major crimes, get­ting con­vic­tions and con­trol­ling the high crime and mur­der rate. Fitz Jackson in light of the above has giv­en his sup­port to the Bill to estab­lish the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Agency (MOCA) as an inde­pen­dent body to fight organ­ised crime in Jamaica, includ­ing detect­ing and inves­ti­gat­ing crime king­pins and per­sons who facil­i­tate their activities.The organ­i­sa­tion (MOCA) will be trans­formed into an élite law-enforce­ment inves­tiga­tive agency, oper­at­ing autonomous­ly ( inde­pen­dent­ly) of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.Listen to Minister of National Security Robert Montague final words in this video clip. Please watch, lis­ten, com­ment and share. Thanks.

Posted by Hallan J Rawlins on Thursday, February 8, 2018

It’s real­ly inter­est­ing how the two major polit­i­cal par­ties come togeth­er in uni­son when they want to do wrong by the coun­try but that’s a sep­a­rate issue.(seeINDECOM).
Jackson [con­ve­nient­ly] for­got a lit­tle bit of his­to­ry in his pre­sen­ta­tion, it was under his par­ty’s lead­er­ship that the JCF went to the dogs, or the dogs took over the JCF.
Under P J Patterson’s stew­ard­ship, not a sin­gle detec­tive was trained for a full decade. No mon­ey was made avail­able to the police depart­ment to train detec­tive, not even a sin­gle one. The depart­ment was left to be a tooth­less paper tiger as crim­i­nals con­sol­i­dat­ed their hold on the under­ground.

How iron­ic that the par­ty which basi­cal­ly over­saw the demise of such a crit­i­cal Government agency would have the gall to turn around and blame the same agency for non-per­for­mance? Even while draw­ing atten­tion to an arm of the very same depart­ment which is sup­pos­ed­ly doing well.
It was the actions of the police which caused the Bruce Golding’s Administration to sell out the JCF to for­eign inter­ests result­ing in the Albatros now known as INDECOM.

It is the inep­ti­tude of the police high com­mand, cor­rup­tion, nepo­tism, lap-dogism[sic] which caused them to take the Passport pro­cess­ing from the JCF.
It is the same vices which will see MOCA stripped away from the depart­ment.
Sure they can­not just dis­band the force in one fell swoop, they need the bod­ies of offi­cers in the streets and so what this JLP Administration under Andrew Holness is doing is dis­man­tling it bit by bit, brick by brick, and the Police high com­mand has no one but itself to blame.

I asked a few ques­tions last year which I will ask again here today, the fam­i­ly of the deceased have lost faith in the police and jus­ti­fi­ably so.
There is no rea­son why this case should not have been wrapped and the perpetrator/​s placed before the court. The police can­not sim­ply let this killer or killers to go free because they are scared shit­less by a mur­der­ing scum­bag regard­less of who that scum­bag is.
This is far too bla­tant.

♦ Patrick Bailey is a promi­nent attor­ney who eas­i­ly fits into the cat­e­go­ry of the prover­bial big man accord­ing to Jamaican cul­ture.
♦ Was mis­ter Junior there as his guest, if not his, then whose?
♦ Who else lives in the home of attor­ney Patrick Bailey if any­one?
♦ Police report­ed that Bailey stum­bled upon the body about 4:30 am in his own house as he was asleep despite the fact that mis­ter Junior was alleged­ly shot.
♦ If the homi­cide hap­pened in a sec­tion of the res­i­dence out­side mis­ter Bailey’s earshot, (assum­ing the res­i­dence is large enough that Bailey would not have heard a gun­shot), nev­er­the­less who gets up and walk around the house at 4:30 am?

♦ How could Bailey sleep through what must have been a strug­gle much less the sound of a gun­shot in his house?
♦ The state­ment that he stum­bled upon the body at 4:30 am could only have come from Bailey him­self which gives it lit­tle cred­i­bil­i­ty under the cir­cum­stances.
♦ A prop­er coroner’s inquest should nail down approx­i­mate­ly what time was mis­ter Junior killed as against Patrick Bailey’s asser­tions.
♦ Does Patrick Bailey own a licensed firearm, if yes, was the weapon test­ed foren­si­cal­ly?
♦ If Patrick Bailey does not own a licensed firearm was any weapon found in the home, if no who else had access to the home and would have killed the deceased and exit­ed leav­ing the doors locked?
♦ The Police report­ed that there was no forced entry to Bailey’s house.This is absolute­ly crit­i­cal evi­dence as it demon­strates that who­ev­er killed mis­ter Junior had access to the res­i­dence.
♦ A knife believed to be the one used to stab mis­ter Junior was alleged­ly found beside his body, was it checked for fin­ger­prints.
♦ Was the per­son of Patrick Bailey checked thor­ough­ly for sci­en­tif­ic evi­dence which would also be found on the body of the dece­dent, if so why not?
♦ Was the body of the dece­dent sci­en­tif­i­cal­ly checked for not only marks of vio­lence but body flu­ids and marks of vio­lence of all kinds, if so why not?

♦ If Mister Junior was liv­ing abroad at the time and was only vis­it­ing the Island why would the police and oth­ers allege that he was a care­tak­er of the res­i­dence?
♦ The fact that mis­ter Junior’s body was found with mul­ti­ple stab wounds sug­gest a crime of pas­sion cou­pled with the fact that he was also shot.
♦What was his rela­tion­ship with Patrick Bailey and any oth­er per­son who may have been liv­ing at the res­i­dence?
♦ Was Patrick Bailey’s per­son checked for marks which would indi­cate whether he was involved in a strug­gle, or did the police sim­ply take his word that he slept through a stab­bing and a shoot­ing? If not why was it not done?
♦ Why was Patrick Bailey ruled med­ical­ly unfit to give state­ments to police at the time by Doctor Jephthah Ford, what was the nature of his ill­ness?
♦ According to the Jamaica Observer report­ing Following the inci­dent, Patrick Bailey’s doc­tor and client Jephthah Ford instruct­ed that he be con­fined to bed after he report­ed­ly exhib­it­ed signs of being unwell. Ford also said he was not fit to give a state­ment at the time.

It is impor­tant to note that [The] Jephthah Ford is now a con­vict­ed Felon in an unre­lat­ed case.

♦ Why was Bailey giv­en spe­cial priv­i­leges when even police offi­cers trau­ma­tized by instances of fatal encoun­ters are forced to give a quick account­ing as to what occurred?
♦ Who else had access to the res­i­dence if any­one and what was their rela­tion­ship to mis­ter Junior?
♦ Did the police check Patrick Bailey’s house for bloody clothes or clothes recent­ly washed?
♦ Did the Police check out­hous­es (if applic­a­ble) and garbage recep­ta­cles for poten­tial bloody clothes?
♦ If the police deter­mined there was no forced entry to Bailey’s house how could they sum­mar­i­ly rule him out as a sus­pect?

This can­not be a dif­fi­cult case to solve one way or the oth­er.
If the own­er of the premis­es a well-heeled lawyer did not kill the vic­tim some­one else did in his house.
It does not require rock­et sci­ence to fig­ure this case out, if no one broke into the house and there was no one else in the house, then the per­son in the house is the killer or the per­son in the house knows who killed mis­ter Junior and has aid­ed and abet­ted the coverup of this hor­ren­dous mur­der.

One thought on “Govt. Dismembering JCF Limb By Limb:Force Not Guiltless…

  1. Patrick Bailey is well con­nect­ed to the polit­i­cal class in Jamaica, so he has gar­nered pref­er­en­tial treat­ment because of his sta­tus.

    Based on the reports from the Jamaican Constabulary Force the mur­der­er was in the house dur­ing the com­mis­sion of the mur­der.

    The Jamaican Labor Party gov­ern­ment makes sure that the per­son assigned to the case is from a secret and high soci­ety clique which con­sists of the most despi­ca­ble, uncon­scionable, and depraved mind­ed peo­ple in Jamaica.

    Don’t expect that they are going to arrest and charge any­one for the Crime.

    Jamaica is a crim­i­nals par­adise in the Caribbean Sea.

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