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Thursday, January 24th, 2019

 

Man Seen Giving Oral Sex To Another Man Does Not Work For Us Says Agriculture Ministry

The Ministry of Agriculture has sought to distance itself from a video with graphic sexual content circulating online and says it has reported the matter to the Cybercrimes Unit of the Jamaica Constabulary Force.

In an email response to a Loop News query, the ministry said, “we ask that you note that the claim that an individual from the ministry is involved (in the video) is incorrect. The matter has been referred to the Cybercrimes Unit.”

The one-minute video making the rounds on social media shows two males engaged in a sexual activity while being taped. A follow-up post suggested that one of the men in the video is a senior employee of the Ministry of Agriculture.

It is the second time in just over a week that a government entity has sought to distance itself from a video with graphic sexual content.

The Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) recently described as “malicious” a claim that one of its senior employees was involved in a 28-second amateur video showing a woman receiving oral sex from a man. The FLA called it “a blatant attack on the integrity and reputation of the organisation” and said it planned to launch a formal complaint to the Cybercrimes Unit

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Mentally Ill Man Breaks Into Station, Steals Uniform And Directs Traffic

Thee High Command of the Jamaica Constabulary Force is still awaiting details from the St. Elizabeth Police Division regarding the incident in which a man of unsound mind donned a police uniform and carried out traffic checks.

 



A member of the High Command said the information would come from Commanding Officer of the St. Elizabeth Police, Superintendent Catherine Lord.

It’s reported that the man went into the Junction police station last Wednesday night while the guardroom was unmanned.

According to a report from RJR News, the mentally ill man stole a police uniform, vest, belt and a helmet.


He then proceed to Red Bank the following day, dressed in the clothes and carried out traffic checks.

That’s when people started noticing that he was mentally ill and called the Junction police.

The man was escorted to hospital for treatment.


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