With reported incidents of murder up to June 27 standing at 575 or 18% above the corresponding period last year, Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Mr. Derrick Smith, is describing the situation as alarming and warranting an urgent statement by the National Security minister.
Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Derrick Smith, is condemning the killing of 12 year old Jamelia Johnson, whose lifeless body was on Friday, found discarded in bushes near her home in Riversdale, St. Catherine.
Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Derrick Smith, says he is shocked and disturbed at reports of an alternation involving two policemen in St. Ann on Sunday morning, which saw one policeman killing the other and then taking his own life.
Mr. Smith says the nature of Sunday's incident is particularly disturbing and has understandably sent shock waves throughout the Constabulary.
Opposition Spokesman on National Security, Mr. Derrick Smith, is condemning Wednesday night's quadruple murder in Claremont, St. Elizabeth, and the killing of a teacher of the Bustamante High School in Clarendon.