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U.S. Spy Plane Shot Secret Video of Jamaican ‘Massacre’

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Somewhere in the bureaucratic bowels of the Department of Homeland
Security is a videotape shot above the Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of
Kingston, Jamaica on May 24, 2010. It could reveal whether the Jamaican
security forces, acting on behalf of U.S. prosecutors, killed 73
members of a notorious crime syndicate or innocent civilians caught in
house-to-house fighting. That is, if anyone in a position of power
actually wants that question answered.
Over 500 Jamaican soldiers rushed into the teeming Tivoli Gardens
neighborhood that day for what became known as Operation Garden Parish,
a mission to capture the local mafia don, Christopher “Dudus” Coke. The
mission was the result of heavy U.S. pressure: Coke had been indicted
in U.S. federal court for running an international marijuana and
cocaine ring. It would become one of the bloodiest days in recent


Added: Dec-27-2011 
By: LostSomewhereInSpace
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Tags: USA, Jamaica, Tivoli Gardens Massacre, cocaine, War on Drugs
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