Jamaica: Police death threats and brutality/incommunicado detention

Jamaica: Police death threats and brutality/incommunicado detention

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Index Number: AMR 38/009/2004
Date Published: 16 May 2004
Categories: Americas, Jamaica

Curtis Greenwood and Jeffrey James are detained without charge, incommunicado, in Spanish Town Police Station and are at risk of ill-treatment and torture. Amnesty International is extremely concerned for their safety. Police detained them after killing another resident of the Morgan's Lane district in an alleged extrajudicial execution, and have threatened to kill people living in Morgan's Lane.


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