Gang Warfare Blamed For Jamaica Murders


CaribWorldNews, KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sat. Aug. 14, 2001: Police in Jamaica have blamed gang warfare for a pre-dawn attack on Friday near Spanish Town in St Catherine.

The attack left eight people dead after ten heavily armed men entered the area and went door to door shooting people on sight. Dead are Hopelyn Dennis 43, and her three children killing them all including her 11 year old daughter as well as 64-year-old grandfather Eldon Heron Senior, his son and 22-year-old grandson and a friend who was visiting the family.

Police have issued a list of members of the Klansman and One Order gangs that they want to question in relation to the murders.


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