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Jamaican Reverend Found Driving Dudus Charged

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Fri. June 25, 2010: The Jamaican reverend who was found Tuesday, driving accused Shower Posse leader, Christopher `Dudus` Coke, has been slapped with charges by police in his homeland. Revered Al Miller was on Thursday charged with harboring the wanted man and perverting the course of justice. He has been released on US$2,362 bail and is set ...

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Accused Jamaican Drug Lord For New York Arraignment Today

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. June 25, 2010: The man who brought an entire nation to a standstill, generated tremendous negative publicity about his country and who stands accused of leading a notorious drug and gun smuggling gang is set to appear in a New York court today. Christopher `Dudus` Coke, 42, is expected to be arraigned in Manhattan federal ...

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U.S. Updates Travel Alert On Jamaica

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Fri. June 25, 2010: The U.S. Department of State yesterday updated its travel alert on Jamaica, warning its citizens about sporadic violence between government security forces and criminal gang elements in Kingston and surrounding areas. The travel alert replaced the June 15th alert and expires on July 23rd. It came hours after accused drug lord, Christopher `Dudus` ...

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Jamaica`s Coke Waives Extradition Hearing In Interest Of `Country`

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Accused Jamaican Shower Posse Leader, Christopher `Dudus` Coke, yesterday waived his right to an extradition trial in his homeland and instead said he was ready to face a trial in the U.S. Coke told a judge in Kingston he made the decision since he `now believes it to be in the best interest ...

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Haitian Pleads Guilty To Human Smuggling

CaribWorldNews, WEST PALM BEACH, FL, Fri. June 25, 2010: A 33-year-old Haitian national has pleaded guilty to human smuggling in a case that left several people dead. Jimmy Metellus pleaded guilty to charges that include nine counts of smuggling that resulted in death. The boat he was captaining sank off Florida`s Atlantic coast with at least 25 people aboard last ...

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Loan By Guyanese To Congressman Questioned

CaribWorldNews, NEW YORK, NY, Thurs. June 24, 2010: A loan by a Guyanese-born real estate entrepreneur to a U.S. congressman has come under scrutiny. New York Daily News reports indicates that Congressman Gregory Meeks, (D-Queens), got a `personal loan` of $50,000 to $100,000 from Queens-based, Guyanese businessman Ed Ahmad. Under House rules, members of Congress must obtain special permission from ...

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Jamaica PM Says International Help To Fight Narco Criminals On The Way

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s Prime Minister Bruce Golding claims his government is actively pursuing international expertise and resources in order to shut down international narcotic networks in the country. Golding said that equipment for the security forces will be arriving from the United States of America, and that his Jamaica Labor Party government was also pursuing ...

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Dudus In Custody But State Of Public Emergency Remains For St Catherine And St Andrew

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s most wanted man, Christopher Coke may be in custody but a State of Public Emergency remains in place for St. Catherine Parish in Kingston and St Andrew. The country`s Parliament on Tuesday unanimously supported Prime Minister Bruce Golding`s resolution for the State of Public Emergency to be extended for another month. `The ...

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Jamaica – Coke Extradition Hearing For Today

CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Thurs. June 24, 2010: Jamaica`s most wanted man, Christopher `Dudus` Coke is set to face an extradition hearing today. The hearing for the Kingston strong man will commence at 10 a.m. today, June 24, 2010, at the Mobile Reserves of the Jamaica Constabulary Force at the Harman Barracks.  The hearing comes as the U.S. said Wednesday it ...

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OAS Secretary General Sends Condolences To Brazil

CaribWorldNews, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. June 24, 2010: The Secretary General of the Organization of American States is among those who have begun offering condolences to Brail. José Miguel Insulza expressed his solidarity with Brazil after floods claimed the lives of a few hundred people in the states of Alagoas and Pernambuco. Tens of thousands of Brazilians were left without homes ...

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