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18,134. Kingston, Jamaica: in 2006 this Caribbean island became the murder capital of the world. For forty years deadly gangs have terrorised these streets. Here in Jamaica one person is killed every six hours. And for most gangstas there is only one way out. It is said the gangs are in the pockets of the politicians. (Gangstas & Jamaica) Ross Kemp on Gangs: Jamaica
18,135. Over 10,000 people are involved in gangland activities. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
18,136. A lot of violence in a very small area. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
18,137. Gangs who have aligned themselves with either one of Jamaica’s two political parties. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
18,138. In the 1980 elections the gangs were armed by the politicians. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
18,139. If you’re a gangsta in Jamaica you’re lucky to reach twenty-five. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
18,140. I think the police are gangstas. (Gangstas & Police) Don of Craigtown, Jamaica
18,141. Cop killer slain. The Gleaner front page 2nd April 2007
18,142. The Shower Posse got their name because they ‘shower’ bullets on their rivals. (Gangstas & Jamaica & Drugs) Drugs Inc s4e2: Jamaican Gangs, Guns & Ganja, 2013
18,143. Jamaica provides a key stepping stone for the cartels ... Cocaine is trafficked here where it is exchanged for guns and cash. (Gangstas & Jamaica & Cocaine & Drugs) ibid.
18,144. The turf wars are between different areas, aptly named Garrisons. (Gangstas & Jamaica & Drugs) ibid.
18,145. In Jamaica there are three murders a day. (Gangstas & Jamaica & Drugs) ibid.
18,146. Ecstasy is smuggled from Canada and Europe. (Gangstas & Jamaica & Ecstasy & Drugs) ibid.
74,230. The Kingston Kingpin, Christopher Dudas Coke: a global priority: ‘Kinston a scene of desolation and destruction.’ (Gangstas & Jamaica) Gangsters: America's Most Evil: The Kingston Kingpin
74,231. He was indicted for moving large shipments of marijuana and cocaine and weapons between Jamaica and the United States. For two decades Dudas was the Don of Jamaica’s most feared gang, the Shower Posse. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
74,232. He was arrested on the edge of Kingston. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
111,682. The rise to power and global reach for the Jamaican gangsters started in the election of 1976 … Both parties armed Kingston’s gang members and used them for personal security and also for violent attacks. (Gangstas & Jamaica) American Gangster s3e7: Jamaican Shower Posse
111,683. In 1980 CIA’s right-wing JLP launched an even more aggressive bid for power. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
111,684. Almost 900 people were killed in Jamaica that year. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
111,685. The Feds claimed the Shower Posse moved 300,000 pounds of marijuana and 20,000 pounds of cocaine worth over a billion dollars on the street. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
111,686. Other Jamaican gunmen set themselves up in Harlem and Brooklyn. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
111,687. 1988: The US federal government launches a massive crackdown on Jamaican drug gangs. (Gangstas & Jamaica) ibid.
124,159. ‘Drugs are always a big business in Jamaica. And Christopher Coke was president.’ (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) Drug Lords s1e3: Christopher Coke: Jamaica’s Narco Prince, old dude
125,160. ‘The violence was always there.’ (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
125,161. May 2010 Kingston Jamaica: The Caribbean island is wracked by gangs wars. (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
125,162. ‘20% of the cocaine going into the USA was trafficked through Jamaica.’ (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
125,163. The Shower Pose … Coke’s war against the police will bring Jamaica to its knees. (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
125,164. The Don reaches hero status in Kingston. (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
125,165. He’s tried to turn himself in to the Americans. (Drugs & Gangstas: Jamaica & Jamaica) ibid.
74,364. Kingston Jamaica 1978: Jamaica is caught in the grip of the Cold War. Violence rages across the island as national elections approach. The slums are set ablaze as heavily armed rival gangs aligned to both the People's National Party, and the opposition Jamaica Labour Party, fight a bitter turf war on the streets of Kingston. (GBH Films & Gangstas: Jamaica) Better Mus’ Come 2010 starring Sheldon Shepherd & Sky Nicole Grey & Duane Pusey & Everaldo Cleary & Ricardo Orgil & Roger Guenveur Smith & Boyd Grant & Carl Williams & Dennis Hall et al, director Storm Saulter, caption