|Title:||Shackelia Jackson, Nakiea Jackson' sister in the cookshop where police killed her brother|
On 20 January 2014, Nakiea Jackson was shot by the police in his cookshop in Kingston, Jamaica.
According to witnesses, at approximately 12 noon several police officers – some uniformed, some plain-clothed – arrived at Orange Street, Downtown Kingston, looking for a man with dreadlocks. They went to the cookshop and asked Nakiea to open the door. Nakiea opened the grid, and one police officer entered with a gun in his hand. Two explosions followed. Nakiea was later dragged unresponsive out of the shop and thrown into a police vehicle, according to witnesses.
For more information see the report "Waiting In Vain. Jamaica: Unlawful police killings and relatives’ long struggle for justice" (AMR 38/5092/2016).
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|Tags:||Jamaica: Waiting in Vain, W4R2017|
|Copyright Type:||Amnesty International|
|Copyright Credit:||Amnesty International|
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|Date Photo or Video Created:||11/07/2016 18:08|
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