Jamaica: Presumption of Innocence

My View of Jamdown from Up So thinks that Jamaicans are not being measured in their response to the crime situation: “Truly things…have become bad when cool-headed, optimistic people are joining in the call for ‘hard policing’; if we don’t address the real disease now, the day will soon come when even stalwart defenders of human rights…will squeal for the Jamaican state to abridge and abuse the rights of the poor and poorly-connected.”

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