Death of Leo Henry; birth of the Gun Court

Saturday, February 16, 2013

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The 1974 murder of Kingston businessman Leo Henry, managing director of Modern Furnishing, was among those that pushed then Prime Minister Michael Manley to build the Gun Court, painting it "red so that it would look dread".

Don't miss Sybil Hibbert's engaging story on how Leo Henry was gunned down in broad daylight, in the 'Crimes that Rocked the Nation series, tomorrow in your Sunday Observer.




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