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former stone crusher gang leader shot dead in montego bay

former stone crusher gang leader shot dead in montego bay

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica Former leader of the once feared Montego Bay-based Stone Crusher gang, 31-year old Eldon Calvert, was shot and killed during an attack by unknown gunmen in Salt Spring, St James earlier this evening. OBSERVER ONLINE was informed that other people were also shot and injured during the assault. Reports are that Culvert was with friends in a section of the Salt Spring community when he was attacked. Horace Hines

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leader of montego bay's stone-crusher gang killed by gunmen | rjr news - jamaican news online

leader of montego bay's stone-crusher gang killed by gunmen | rjr news - jamaican news online

A heavy detachment of police and military personnel is now in Salt Spring amid reports that the area is tense. Mr. Calvert, who was on the police most wanted list for several years, was linked to nearly twenty murders including the shooting of three policemen and the killing of five men in Flower Hill, one of who was beheaded. Mr. Calvert and two alleged members of his network walked free from the Home Circuit Court on April 20, 2012 after the Director of Public Prosecutions discontinued murder cases against them.

ziplaw legal news: montego bay cops cut down three stone crusher gang members

ziplaw legal news: montego bay cops cut down three stone crusher gang members

The Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) bid to dismantle the much-feared Montego Bay-based Stone Crusher gang experienced more success yesterday when three gang members who confronted a joint police-military team in Moneague, St. Ann, were fatally shot. One of the men has been identified as 'Damion Vassell' of Glendevon, Norwood, a leading member of the notorious gang, who was wanted in connection with the murder of police Sergeant Allan Lindsay in Glendevon, Norwood about two weeks ago. The slain policeman's firearm and bullet-proof vest was found in his possession. Reports are that, about 1:30 a.m., Thursday, a joint police-military operation was carried out in the Moneague Housing Scheme. On the approach of the crime fighters to a house, they were greeted with gunfire. The fire was returned and after the shooting subsided, three men were found suffering from gunshot wounds. They were taken to the St. Ann's Bay hospital where they were pronounced dead. According to the Constabulary Communication Network (CCN) three guns - a 9mm Browning pistol, that was robbed from Lindsay, a Sig Sauer 9mm pistol and a .38 revolver - were seized. The Gleaner has subsequently learned that a fourth pistol, which it is believed belonged to a St. James policeman who was murdered earlier this year, was also found. 11 major players killed In addition to Vassell, at least 11 major players in the Stone Crusher gang have been killed in confrontation with the police between 2006 and yesterday. They are: Michael 'Lassie' Forbes, killed in St. Mary; Delano 'Bigger Crime' Williams, killed in Glendevon; Rohan 'Don'Gordon, killed in Glendevon; 15-year-old Jermain Gordon, killed in Farm Heights; Conroy Stennett, killed in Glendevon; Rohan Stennett, killed in Dover, St. Mary; Kavian Chin, killed in Porto Bello; Michael Williams, Carl 'Dudus' 'Lassie' Samuels Rayon 'Troy' 'Tribal' Smith, Gerardo 'Rado'Taylor, killed in Rosemount Gardens last Sunday. The Stone Crusher gang which has been fingered as a major criminal network in western Jamaica, with an established base in the volatile community of Norwood, St. James, has been linked to a spate of heinous murders and shootings. Author: Mark Titus Source: Jamaica Gleaner

The Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) bid to dismantle the much-feared Montego Bay-based Stone Crusher gang experienced more success yesterday when three gang members who confronted a joint police-military team in Moneague, St. Ann, were fatally shot.

One of the men has been identified as 'Damion Vassell' of Glendevon, Norwood, a leading member of the notorious gang, who was wanted in connection with the murder of police Sergeant Allan Lindsay in Glendevon, Norwood about two weeks ago.

They are: Michael 'Lassie' Forbes, killed in St. Mary; Delano 'Bigger Crime' Williams, killed in Glendevon; Rohan 'Don'Gordon, killed in Glendevon; 15-year-old Jermain Gordon, killed in Farm Heights; Conroy Stennett, killed in Glendevon; Rohan Stennett, killed in Dover, St. Mary; Kavian Chin, killed in Porto Bello; Michael Williams, Carl 'Dudus' 'Lassie' Samuels Rayon 'Troy' 'Tribal' Smith, Gerardo 'Rado'Taylor, killed in Rosemount Gardens last Sunday.

The Stone Crusher gang which has been fingered as a major criminal network in western Jamaica, with an established base in the volatile community of Norwood, St. James, has been linked to a spate of heinous murders and shootings.

diary of slain gang leader entered into evidence

diary of slain gang leader entered into evidence

THE Tivoli Enquiry yesterday heard entries from the diary of deceased criminal Cedric Murray, who described his participation in opposing members of the security forces who entered Tivoli Gardens in May 2010 with the intent of arresting Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.Portions of the diary, in which Murray pledged his gun and loyalty to the Coke family and described himself as a Christian man, were read into evidence by Superintendent Beau Rigabie.The Jamaica Observer had published, in 2010, a series of articles from the diary found on Murray after he was killed trading bullets with police officers on August 12, 2010 near the border of Clarendon and Manchester.He was on the police most wanted list for more than seven years. Murray, who headed the feared Stone Crusher gang, had been wanted for a number of murders and shooting in the western end of the island.In the diary, read by Rigabie, Murray described former Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a puppet for the United States, and blamed him for "destroying" Tivoli Gardens.He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

THE Tivoli Enquiry yesterday heard entries from the diary of deceased criminal Cedric Murray, who described his participation in opposing members of the security forces who entered Tivoli Gardens in May 2010 with the intent of arresting Christopher 'Dudus' Coke.

Portions of the diary, in which Murray pledged his gun and loyalty to the Coke family and described himself as a Christian man, were read into evidence by Superintendent Beau Rigabie.The Jamaica Observer had published, in 2010, a series of articles from the diary found on Murray after he was killed trading bullets with police officers on August 12, 2010 near the border of Clarendon and Manchester.He was on the police most wanted list for more than seven years. Murray, who headed the feared Stone Crusher gang, had been wanted for a number of murders and shooting in the western end of the island.In the diary, read by Rigabie, Murray described former Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a puppet for the United States, and blamed him for "destroying" Tivoli Gardens.He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

The Jamaica Observer had published, in 2010, a series of articles from the diary found on Murray after he was killed trading bullets with police officers on August 12, 2010 near the border of Clarendon and Manchester.He was on the police most wanted list for more than seven years. Murray, who headed the feared Stone Crusher gang, had been wanted for a number of murders and shooting in the western end of the island.In the diary, read by Rigabie, Murray described former Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a puppet for the United States, and blamed him for "destroying" Tivoli Gardens.He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

The Jamaica Observer had published, in 2010, a series of articles from the diary found on Murray after he was killed trading bullets with police officers on August 12, 2010 near the border of Clarendon and Manchester.

He was on the police most wanted list for more than seven years. Murray, who headed the feared Stone Crusher gang, had been wanted for a number of murders and shooting in the western end of the island.In the diary, read by Rigabie, Murray described former Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a puppet for the United States, and blamed him for "destroying" Tivoli Gardens.He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

He was on the police most wanted list for more than seven years. Murray, who headed the feared Stone Crusher gang, had been wanted for a number of murders and shooting in the western end of the island.

In the diary, read by Rigabie, Murray described former Prime Minister Bruce Golding as a puppet for the United States, and blamed him for "destroying" Tivoli Gardens.He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

He also described how he engaged members of the security forces attempting to enter the Tivoli community and that how he fired his AK 47 until his fingers became sore. He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

He spoke also about fleeing Tivoli Gardens under heavy gunfire and about having to be on the run due to the security forces taking over the community which he had found to be a safe haven.The enquiry, which is looking into the deaths of 74 people in the operation to apprehend Coke, will resume on Monday.-- Paul Henry

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stonecrusher gang member doggie killed | news | jamaica gleaner

stonecrusher gang member doggie killed | news | jamaica gleaner

The police have confirmed that Cedric Murray, otherwise called Doggie, of the Montego-based Stone Crusher gang was fatally shot in a special police operation near the border of Clarendon and Manchester early this morning.Murray, who was a top lieutenant in the Stone Crusher gang, was on the polices Most Wanted List for the past five years.The driver of the motor car in which Murray was travelling, escaped the police dragnet but the police are now combing the area for him.A firearm was also seized in the incident.The Bureau of Special Investigations (BSI) has commenced a probe into the matter.

sterling backcheck, a background and identity services leader in canada, joins the digital identification and authentication council of canada (diacc) - sterling

sterling backcheck, a background and identity services leader in canada, joins the digital identification and authentication council of canada (diacc) - sterling

SURREY, British Columbia, June 2, 2021 Sterling, a global leader in background and identity services, today announced that its Canadian subsidiarySterling Backcheckhas become a member of the Digital ID and Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC), a non-profit coalition of public and private sector leaders committed to developing a Canadian framework for digital identification and authentication.

As a member of the DIACC, Sterling Backcheck will play a crucial role in advancing the organizations mission to createinteroperable capabilities of the public and private sector to secure Canadas full and beneficial participation in the digital economy.

We are honoured to join the DIACC, an organization that is committed to unlocking economic opportunities for Canadian consumers and businesses by providing the framework to develop a robust, secure, scalable, and privacy-enhancing digital identification and authentication ecosystem, said Jim Hickey, Managing Director, Sterling Backcheck. By joining the DIACC, Sterling Backcheck will play a key role in developing the Pan Canadian Trust Framework, where government, business, and philanthropic leaders are coming together to collaborate and deliver resources that help solve and secure identity.

We are excited to welcome Sterling Backcheck to the Council, and look forward to leveraging their digital identification expertise, leadership, and strategic guidance within the diverse DIACC membership, noted DIACC President Joni Brennan. Sterling Backcheck shares the DIACCs vision of unlocking opportunities for Canadians, decreasing costs for governments, consumers and business, improving service delivery and driving GDP growth.

With the DIACC paving the way for innovation, collaboration and economic opportunity, Canada is well-positioned to continue as a global leader in the digital identity space, said Chuck Walker, Senior Advisor, Public Safety Information Management, Sterling Backcheck. At Sterling Backcheck, we are putting identity first by being involved at the forefront with an organization that is setting the standards for identity across Canada in all industries.

Sterling Backcheck is the Canadian subsidiary of the global Sterling family, and its membership in the DIACC is part of Sterlings global identity initiative to make the world a safer place and help companies hire with confidence.

The Digital Identification and Authentication Council of Canada was created following the federal governments Task Force for the Payments System Review to bring together public and private sector partners in developing a safe and secure digital ID ecosystem. The DIACC has 100 high profile members spanning several sectors from financial institutions, networks for payments and for identity verification, technology service providers, strategy and integration experts and federal and provincial governments. For 10 years the DIACC has built up this important sector as the trusted voice for driving the development of standards and a trust framework that will secure a fully digital Canada. With established global partnerships that will help Canada lead efforts in international digital interoperability and accreditation, the DIACC provides a world-leading forum to foster collaboration for developing and recommending harmonizing policies, standards, and regulatory changes with international benchmarks innovative solutions to navigate the digital future.

Sterling Backchecka leading provider of background and identity services in Canada offers a foundation of trust and safety that spans across industries, professions, and borders. Our tech-enabled services help organizations create great environments for their workers, partners, and customers. Visit Sterling Backcheck at sterlingbackcheck.ca.

Sterlinga leading provider of background and identity servicesoffers background, identity verification, and Covid-19 health testing services to help over 40,000 clients create people-first cultures built on foundations of trust and safety. Sterlings tech-enabled services help organizations across all industries establish great environments for their workers, partners, and customers. With operations around the world, Sterling conducts more than 70 million background checks annually. Visit us at sterlingcheck.com/.

Sterling is not a law firm. This publication is for informational purposes only and nothing contained in it should be construed as legal advice. We expressly disclaim any warranty or responsibility for damages arising out this information. We encourage you to consult with legal counsel regarding your specific needs. We do not undertake any duty to update previously posted materials.

former stone crusher gang leader killed in mobay | lead stories | jamaica gleaner

former stone crusher gang leader killed in mobay | lead stories | jamaica gleaner

Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn had said she could not proceed with the case because handwriting experts for the defence and the Crown confirmed the witness statement was written and signed by Sirjue.

Calvert was on trial along with his brother, music band operator Gleason Calvert, and Michael Heron for the 2006 murder of cookshop operator Robert Green of Mount Salem, St James. The prosecution was relying on the statement of Artley Campbell to prove its case against the three men. Campbell was shot and killed on November 13, 2006.

meet the ex-gang leader who made alton sterling's killing go viral

meet the ex-gang leader who made alton sterling's killing go viral

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Arthur Silky Slim Reed first heard about an incident at the Triple S Food Mart Tuesday night when it was broadcast through the Bluetooth earpiece connected to his phone running an app that let him listen to the Baton Rouge police scanner.

It was nothing new. On most nights, Reed and a collective of activists from his organization, Stop the Killing, Inc., monitor police activity in their area, show up at crime scenes, and film police activity.

Most murders we catch, Reed, who prefers to be called Silky, said about Stop the Killings tracking ability. We listen to scanners. We search out violent things and we go. Its just something we do on the natural."

However, things turned out to be different on Tuesday. First, his group arrived in time to see a killing take place. Second, the victim, Alton Sterling, a 37-year-old man who was reportedly selling CDs outside the store, was a family friend of Reeds.

Reed acknowledges that it was members of his group who distributed the first video footage that went out over social media showing the deadly altercation between Sterling and two Baton Rouge police officers. However, he would not reveal who actually took the video except to say that it wasnt him.

The morning after Sterling was killed, Reed found himself in a more traditional press setting: onstage at a news conference with Sterlings 15-year-old son, Cameron, the oldest of five kids, and the teen's mother, Quinyetta McMillan.

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