Friday, 22 June 2018 16:26

Concerned Citizens Lie Down Outside Parliament To Protest Runaway Crime

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A group of people gathered outside Parliament on Friday to protest the crime situation in the country.

The group, made up of family members of victims as well as concerned citizens, wore shirts stating Murder #260.

They laid on the pavement outside Tower D to send a message to the Government.

One of the protesters, radio personality Perry, said he was there in memory of his brother, Keon Earl Sylvester, who was murdered last month.

Others called for the Government to improve their handling of crime, or step down.


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