CIA Factbook: Jamaica Transnational IssuesPublished Mar 1, 2009
Disputes - international:
transshipment point for cocaine from South America to North America and Europe; illicit cultivation and consumption of cannabis; government has an active manual cannabis eradication program; corruption is a major concern; substantial money-laundering activity; Colombian narcotics traffickers favor Jamaica for illicit financial transactions
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Dudus was the latest don to enter the list of Jamaica’s most wanted, but after one month he gave himself up. Of all the dons to grace Jamaica’s shore, Dudus cost taxpayers the most money to repair the country’s image. Reverent Miller a man of God saw it fit to intervene so that Dudus life could be spared. There is no doubt that the security force was out to kill him, but God inspired the reverent Al Miller to work as a go- between for Dudus and the government. For the second time in a decade, the State and its security force invaded Tivoli Garden and in the end 73 innocent people died. In 2001, the security force also murdered a further 27 innocent people in Tivoli Garden. In 2001 invasion of Tivoli Garden, Adams was the aggressor working on behalf of the State. He provoked the four days of killing spree that left 27 people dead.