Ombudsman Donna Parchment Brown has not reported on her visit with PM since we reported her promise to do such a trek. As reported here in Vision, the newly appointed Ombudsman met with Opposition Leader Holness et al and promised to meet with PM Portia Simpson Miller, and MP Dwayne “gangster lyrics” Vaz who has elsewhere again apologized for his “load up the gu ….” utterance …. interpreted as a line from incarcerated artiste Kartel’s song “Load up the gun” and further interpreted as inciting his supporters to attack Labourites in retaliation for the fire bombing of Conslr. Michael Troupe’s office. Police has since denied Vaz’s assertion that the fire was politically inspired. “We have no such evidence” The police asserts. Vaz was addressing Comrades in Montego Bay at a political rally.
Patchment Brown who spoke exclusively with Vision also said that divisional commanders of the police force will assist her to keep the political peace. She was awaiting appointees. Flags continue to fly on lamp posts. See images of flags captured, marking on wall and poster was observed in this investigation contrary to the Political Code of Conduct.
The political temperature has dropped since the blood letting in St. Catherine recently when there were two politically related deaths. The police has appealed for info from the public as this investigation into the killings is ongoing.
Pictures of Parchment Brown, flags on lamp posts & poster ….plus story by Hopeton O’Connor-Dennie, SIC & photojournalist for Vision Newspaper Canada.