>I Thought You Couldn’t Successfully Fight The G When It Comes To Get You?

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David updates us on the situation in Jamaica:

Jamaica ‘A Gun Control Paradise’

Jamaica’s Problems Due To Government

He must be a criminal.

The government says so.

And he’s resisting arrest.

Imagine what this cat knows about local corruption.

Imagine what the Jamaican government would do to keep those stories quiet.

Do you understand yet?

7 responses to “>I Thought You Couldn’t Successfully Fight The G When It Comes To Get You?

  1. >He´s a dead man their is no way short of the U.S. sending in the military that the Jamaican Government won´t kill this SOB, And I don´t think for one minute that Obuma will send in the Military. It´s Biblical ¨so as you sow so shall you reap¨. Dennis III Texas

  2. >Interesting perspective.

  3. >I think I do. I'm surprised stuff like this happened in Jamaica of all places.

  4. >The death toll is now up to 73 "civilians" killed and 4 government gunmen dead. I would not call a 18 to 1 kill ratio in favor of the gov successfully resisting.

  5. >Do the Jamaican authorities have their guy in the bag yet?Are they motivated to both overstate opfor casualties and understate govt casualties?What would happen if their target was smart enough to have his allies commence hit-and-run attacks on key govt targets located elsewhere while the bulk of govt forces were engaged in the ongoing siege?

  6. >BTW, I had not yet read this latest entry from John Robb when I posted the last comment.

  7. >"Do the Jamaican authorities have their guy in the bag yet?"Yes they do.Reports: Fugitive drug lord surrenders in Jamaica June 22, 2010 – 7:33pmhttp://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2010/06/22/world/americas/international-us-jamaica-coke.html?_r=2&ref=global-home