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Security Forces Show Evidence of All-Out Assault by Criminals in Tivoli Gardens and TOP-COP says DUDUS is still in Jamaica. What do you think?

The media was today (May 28) presented with graphic evidence of the preparations criminals in Tivoli Gardens had made to wage an all-out assault on the security forces should they enter Tivoli Gardens.

At a press briefing at Up-Park Camp in St. Andrew, the security forces showed videos, as well as photos of improvised explosive devices, guns, strategic barricades and sniper posts set up by the…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 30, 2010 at 1:30am — 5 Comments

Video of Buju Banton’s Lawyer David Markus Speaking Out before trial on Monday, Co-Defendants To Testify Against Him / Both of BUJU'S Co-defendants have agreed to plead guilty and cooperate with the U

Buju Banton, the four-time Grammy nominee whose correct name is Mark Myrie, is facing further woes after James Mack, the second co-defendant in the drug case against him yesterday signed a plea bargain deal with the United States District Attorney, agreeing to testify against the…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 30, 2010 at 1:30am — 109 Comments

No Guns Needed: Robbers Use Sleeping Drug Laced Tea To Rob Iraq Bank Of $5.5 Million

Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- Robbers stole $5.5 million from a southern Iraqi state bank after giving guards tea laced with a sleeping drug, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday.

No shots were fired during the incident Friday at a bank near Najaf, the Interior Ministry said. The money is the equivalent of…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 30, 2010 at 12:49am — 2 Comments



New York rapper Nas and Jamaican reggae artist Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley (the youngest son of Bob Marley) join forces on "Distant Relatives," a new album combining their respective musical styles and taking on socially conscious themes. Over live instruments and samples of African music, the two trade verses about war, poverty, education and changing the world.…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 28, 2010 at 9:09pm — 14 Comments

16-year-old Brooklyn girl gunned down in possible retaliation for assault complaint: cops

Police investigate the shooting scene on Warren Street where a 16-year-old girl was shot in the head.

The terrified teenager had only seconds left to live when a relentless gunman in a red shirt opened fire while chasing her down a Brooklyn street.

Al-Taya Conyers stumbled in front…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 28, 2010 at 12:37pm — 6 Comments

UPDATE: "He Would Have Been Like Muhammad Ali," Gary Coleman's Wife on Pulling the Plug / Gary Coleman 911 Call From Wife Shannon. Listen As She Offers Little Or No Help While He Bleeds to death [Audi


Gary Coleman's wife ex-wife (court documents show they were divorced at the time of death) took out some time to talk to the press and address rumors of her having pushed Coleman, why she pulled the plug, and what Gary did for her.

To Coleman's wife, Shannon Price, the interview probably looked like…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 28, 2010 at 12:30pm — 12 Comments

Manning's letter of resignation / Patrick Manning LOST THE 2010 ELECTIONS and now resigns from party leadership of the PNM, WOW!


Manning's letter of resignation

’The General Election of May 2010 did not result in victory for the People’s National Movement. As Political Leader I accept full responsibility for this result. I am of the view that the party should in these circumstances now proceed to…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 28, 2010 at 11:30am — 3 Comments

Eleven area leaders turn themselves in

Red Hills Road area leader Cleveland Downer otherwise called ‘Cassie and the reputed head of the One Order Gang in Spanish Town Rohan Hope, otherwise called ‘Placka’, are among 11 area leaders now in custody.

The men surrendered to the police on Wednesday, hours after their names were released by the Police High Command as persons of interest.

Downer surrendered to the Constant Spring Police on Wednesday…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 28, 2010 at 10:35am — 7 Comments

Commentary: Jamaica: Different drug war, different strategy

by Katherine Haas, COHA Research Associate

A state of emergency was declared in certain areas of Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday, as violence broke out over the extradition of accused drug lord and local hero Christopher “Dudus” Coke. Coke is the alleged head of the “Shower Posse,” a gang that has committed scores of drug-related murders in both…

Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 27, 2010 at 4:44pm — 7 Comments

Where is DUDUS? / Christopher (Dudus) Coke to surrender in New York, feds say

Reputed Jamaican druglord Christopher (Dudus) Coke, the subject of an islandwide manhunt, has reportedly volunteered to surrender himself to officials in New York.

After attempts to arrest him in…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 27, 2010 at 10:30am — 30 Comments

Amazing Video: 1 Year Old Baby Lives After Stroller Hit By Train. 2nd Time Within A Year This Has Happened In Melbourne

In what can only be described as a miracle. A 15 month old baby was hit by a train in Melbourne, Australia and lived after its stroller rolled onto train tracks.

The baby's grandmother looked away for a second and that was enough time for what could have been a tragedy to happen.

Remarkably, the child only suffered a few cuts and bruises even though the stroller was pushed a…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 27, 2010 at 3:16am — 5 Comments

New Prime Minister takes office in Trinidad and Tobago

Kamla Persad-Bissessar
Trinidad and Tobago's first woman PM sworn in…

Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 27, 2010 at 2:40am — 6 Comments

ABC NEWS U.S. Report: Jamaican Prime Minister Is 'Known Criminal Affiliate' Of Hunted Drug Lord DUDUS / Golding and other senior Jamaican officials have been electronically intercepted talking to DUDU

As official reports surface of accused drug lord Christopher Coke's escape from his barricaded Kingston, Jamaica neighborhood, where Jamaican authorities have been attempting to arrest him for extradition to the U.S., ABC News has learned…

Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 27, 2010 at 1:30am — 10 Comments

Jamaica PM Bruce Golding denies having links to drugs baron Dudus

Jamaica's Prime Minister Bruce Golding

Bruce Golding, the Prime Minister of Jamaica, has complained of an international conspiracy against his Government after news reports suggesting that US authorities…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 26, 2010 at 5:03pm — 5 Comments


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Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 25, 2010 at 7:53pm — No Comments


While Tyler Perry is busy touring with his new stage show (Madea's Big Happy Family), someone stole his credit card number and was racking up charges left and right. In the end, the thief stole charged a total of $28,492.22 -- mostly in airline tickets.

In a post on his blog, Tyler wrote: "Some idiot stole my credit card number. Can you believe that? Take a look at all…


Added by CaribbeanFever.Com on May 25, 2010 at 2:48pm — 7 Comments

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