KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Thirty-two-year-old Jermaine Anthony Smith, otherwise known as ‘Saquan Rasheed Heath’, of a Brooklyn, New York address in the US is to face the court in Jamaica today, December 5, following his arrest last week after being on the run since July.
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A Jamaica Observer team visited controversial Goat Islands last Thursday, to get a close-up look at what happens there. There were no wild goats, snakes, crocodiles or other untamed creatures in sight, but the tranquil atmosphere lent itself to peace among its birds, bees and the others that showed up. Here are some of the scenes from the islands:
(PHOTOS: MICHAEL GORDON)
Starfish enjoys life unmolested.
Shoe left behind on
Little Goat Island
Cacti in abundance
White sand beach on Little Goat Island
The crabs claim this section of Great Goat Island.
Mangroves off Little Goat Island ... breeding ground for seafood
says it all.
Great Goat Island from afar (PHOTOS: MICHAEL GORDON)
Abandoned kitchen or bathroom?
Tamarind is in season.
A section of the plant life on Great Goat Island
Aloe vera survives all year round.
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