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Prominent Jamaican politician indicted by US Grand Jury? Extradition request soon?

The Caricom News Network understands that a prominent Jamaican politician has been indicted by the United States authorities, possibly in connection with  the ongoing criminal matter involving reputed drug lord Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, who is awaiting sentencing in a United States court.
According to Professor Rowe, this
Florida based attorney-at-law, Professor David Rowe, told  host of the Evening Edition's Lambert Brown on 93FM yesterday, that he has been reliably informed that an indictment has already been handed down and efforts are now been made by US officials to make the necessary arrangements to extradite the person involved.
"bomb-shell" is expected to hit the Jamaican political landscape within the next ten days and is expected to have a devastating effect on the affected political party.
A report in today's edition of the  Jamaica Observer news paper,  seemed to comfirm Professor Rowe's shocking revelations to Lambert Brown by indicating that " extradition requests from the American Government for five Jamaicans, among them three prominent faces, are expected to be delivered to local authorities tod
He said news of the indictment has already been leaked to sections of the US media as well as highly placed political operatives in the United States.


Quoting a a highly placed US Government official who spoke on condition of anonymity, "two of the wanted men are politicians, one is a veteran entertainer, while the others both conduct regular business at Kingston’s Port Bustamante."

The Observer report said "the extradition requests are related to the ongoing criminal matter involving reputed drug lord Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, who is awaiting sentencing in a United States court, following his admission of guilt in relation to racketeering in the US and conspiracy to commit assault in aid of racketeering."

According to the US Government official, the politicians named in the extradition warrants are believed to have assisted Coke in the importation of various items from the United States, some of which may not have been brought in legally.

The Observer was told that US authorities got critical information on certain persons in Jamaica from Coke, although his legal team has maintained consistently that the former fugitive did not squeal.

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Comment by David Allen on October 19, 2011 at 9:46am
Its funny how us made the jlp and now its locking them up for s*** they made them do lol
Comment by O g on October 15, 2011 at 9:43am
Well well he break the code I think this ass hole was a gangster take your life sentenced like a man u kill alot of people your time is over now u calling name u need all u big shot friends in your too its a reunion u all can chat about old times huh well they f*** u now u gonna f*** them back in the ass hell awaite u all.
Comment by BigBlackjr on October 13, 2011 at 10:41pm
lol head are going to roll now boy m m m good clean them all out.
Comment by jeleisa black on October 13, 2011 at 12:39pm
wa a thing jamaica a come to
Comment by thomas green on October 13, 2011 at 11:11am

as we say in jamaica 'story com to bump'

Comment by Clayton G. Trench on October 13, 2011 at 2:23am

now we can see the rats different from the cats

nutted new just details to the general public attention 

if i was dudus me would a talk pom the whole a dem 

we change the runnings and den get greedy and put me under the bus just because the food a reach more people and den want it all fi den self burn a polietission 

may be this will give us a new start and a new out look send them to the hang

i do wrongs but the man who do wrong while lying to self that it is good sleeps in water bed filled of blood and poor people tears

dudus needs to talk pom dem and make a clean sweep after the tg masaca our leaders said it was gun men den shoot yet up till now the body count no match the guns and 2000 people still missing

who cries for then, dodos bring peace and free travel to down town den no like that and the average man could do business free of so call bad man a walk in and take the days earnings  no man can't walk up and down with gun intimidate locals or visitors all guns lock nun visible dodos do that

dem no like it, rapid development means less spoils for them less people to manipulate.

talk dudus

Comment by Mishka on October 13, 2011 at 1:49am

@ lenny sportshake mi a tink deh same way like you....laawwwd have mercy pon mi ISLAND home...JAMAICA LAND WE LOVE


Comment by julianne benjamin on October 13, 2011 at 12:53am
Omg bt rite nw us hand full hw dem fine time fe look some wey else
Comment by Connie on October 13, 2011 at 12:41am

"One is  a veteran entertainer."  What a la la!!  All DJ's that performed a Dudus birthday party last year, a piss them pants now.

Comment by Marvin Tucker on October 12, 2011 at 7:09pm
god bless jamaica, not just usa america a bully country. Mi nah go a nobody bloodclaat yard and tell dem fi sweep dem fukn floor , even though u cannot wrong and expect to get right , u know how much thing usa do wrong which country fkn bother them let me leave this tpic alone , like I said u cannot wrong and expect to get right corruption is everywhere everywhere everywhere

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