Justice for Germaine Junior
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This country has a lopsided justice system where there is hardly any criminal prosecution of persons from the upper classes of Jamaica; there is virtually none when the complainants are from the lower classes in the country. A most nasty, obvious disregard for the masses occurred with the murder of Germaine Junior a caretaker whose body was found in the living room of the Prime Minister's attorney, in September 2016, where he worked as a caretaker. The body had multiple stab wounds and a gunshot wound to the head.
According to the police report, the attorney Patrick Bailey stumbled upon the body having exited his bedroom at his posh Barbican-home in St. Andrew. Autopsy report has said that Junior was stabbed close to three dozen times, and he was shot in the head at close range. The police have collected a mountain of evidence including ballistic reports linking the gun that killed Junior to the murder of another woman of the poorer class Sadie Forbes at Newlands St. Catherine back in 2015. The cover up of the murder has reached as far as the Firearm Licensing Authority.
The brother of Junior has thrown in the towel, saying that he will “never get justice” for his brother's death.
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