INDECOM’s Power-grab Appropriately Slapped Aside…(Video Inside)

It real­ly was­n’t just about who has pow­ers to arrest who, for an out­sider like myself it seemed rather strange that the head of an over­sight agency would sit down with groups call­ing them­selves human rights groups, yet they nev­er seemed to care about the right law-abid­ing cit­i­zens have to life.
Terrence Williams start­ed with an agen­da that was obvi­ous from the start.
This hum­ble writer wrote dozens of arti­cles call­ing for William’s fir­ing, call­ing for the repeal of the Act, not because police and oth­er agen­cies don’t need over­sight but because Terrence Williams was a tox­ic and insid­i­ous force that would cause more harm than good.
He has.

In the end, Terrence William’s tenure has been char­ac­ter­ized by court action between INDECOM & the JCF. Court action between INDECOM & the JDF. Court action between INDECOM & the Director of Public Prosecution.
Terrence Williams was a force unto him­self and it was bad for Jamaica.
There is no ques­tion that police need over­sight. Terrence Williams was the anthe­sis of what is need­ed.
Because of what Terrence Williams and INDECOM rep­re­sent, the nation is expe­ri­enc­ing a rapid­ly neg­a­tive cul­tur­al shift.
Every arrest had to be done by force because every­one now wants to fight the police.
Williams will be remem­bered as a glo­ry hound who spent his time like a leech to the tax-pay­ers and gave them noth­ing but grief in return.
INDECOM and Williams became the crim­i­nal under­world great­est friend, not because Williams or his agency are com­mit­ting crimes, but because it’s mis­sion has been twist­ed and con­vo­lut­ed to the extent it only aid­ed the nation’s worst actors.
That is an even greater crime .….….
We have learned that the lit­tle Napoleon has stat­ed that he will leave the agency by July, this is a clear indi­ca­tion that it was all about him­self. As long as he could­n’t have his way he want­ed no part of it.
I would like to know the day he will be demit­ting office I would like to beat some old pans behind him as he leaves and then throw a real­ly big par­ty.
He nev­er was any good and we saw straight through him.
Bye Felicia.…

Mike Beckles is a for­mer Jamaican police Detective cor­po­ral, busi­ness­man, researcher, and blog­ger. 
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