How Dare Jamaicans For Justice Try To Wash The Blood From It’s Hands Now?

We thought we would shine a lit­tle light on the hypocrisy of anti-police group Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ);
How dare JFJ the crim­i­nal sup­port­ing , anti police lob­by cry croc­o­dile tears for fall­en police officers.
Having stabbed the Police in the back since 1999, this ene­my of the state lob­by has the unmit­i­gat­ed gall to pre­tend to care about dead cops after rous­ing the crim­i­nal rab­ble against law enforce­ment for almost 18 years.

Could it be that the tide is turning?
Could it be that in the court of pop­u­lar opin­ion enough Jamaicans are awak­en­ing to the fact that tear­ing down their police force is unsustainable?
Could it be that that dis­con­tent is start­ing to fil­ter out and they are hear­ing the rumblings”?
Is it pos­si­ble that the sight of a dead cop in uni­form with blood ooz­ing from his head or face may have lit a spark in the Jamaican people?

JFJ does not get to stir the pot, feed the flame, and add fuel to the fire of anti-police sen­ti­ment and as soon as the blood start flow­ing they wash their hands and pre­tend that there is no blood on their hands.
The blood has been on their hands as it has been on the hands of INDECOM, the Politicians and those who sup­port crim­i­nal­i­ty on the Island.

Jamaicans for Justice does not get to launch a pre­emp­tive strike to now cur­ry favor because the mood of the peo­ple are begin­ning to change.
You don’t get to spend 18 years sow­ing seeds and then deny the harvest.

Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ) , INDECOM, Families against state ter­ror­ism, the Public defend­ers office all have a role in this and they must be held account­able for what they have done to our coun­try and the lack of respect for the rule of law.
Every hon­est , law abid­ing Jamaican know that the police must be scru­ti­nized, no ques­tion about that .
Nevertheless what they have done to our coun­try in embold­en­ing crim­i­nals and tear­ing down the rule of law is unforgivable.

This must come to an end and it must end now.


Human rights lob­by group, Jamaicans for Justice (JFJ), is call­ing for more to be pro­vid­ed for the wel­fare of mem­bers of the Jamaica Constabulary Force. 
This fol­lows Friday’s killing of Constable Leighton Hanson on Constant Spring Road in St Andrew. Hanson was appre­hend­ing a man when he was shot in the head.
Advocacy Manager at JFJ, Rodje Malcolm, in an inter­view with RJR News said the wel­fare of mem­bers of the force is “essen­tial to security”.
In a state­ment on Saturday, JFJ said the inci­dent brings into sharp focus the high-stress envi­ron­ment in which many police offi­cers work and the need for ade­quate psy­cho-social sup­port sys­tems for them.
The human rights lob­by group is urg­ing the Police High Command and the gov­ern­ment to give more sup­port to the well-being of police offi­cers on and off duty in par­tic­u­lar their work­ing con­di­tions, phys­i­cal safe­ty, and stress management.
JFJ says these must be among the pri­or­i­ties for Police Commissioner George Quallo.