KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Inspectorate of the Constabulary has completed investigations into the allegations of unprofessional conduct of police personnel in relation to the death of 17-year-old Ashanine Clarke of Hanover on Thursday, November 14.
A file has been prepared and a copy will be submitted to the Independ ...more »
It is with a heavy heart that I read your article in Monday's publication of the Observer. The headline itself is very unfortunate: 'Like frenzied sharks at the sight of blood, they went for Azan's jugular'. I would expect a more responsible kind of journalism, especially in a country tainted with corruption on both sides.
Richard Azan obviously breached a clause in the constitution, and for a public official he should have followed protocols and deserves to be punished severely. This happens in any civilised country in the world. Lee Kwan Yew was very severe on acts of corruption of this nature and today Singapore is a First World country.
So, I don't think I understand what your article is implying, or the message it is sending to one of the most lawless societies on the globe.
AZAN… no evidence of criminal conduct
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