VIDEO: : 18 Degrees North – Season 2 – EPISODE 10 – The five year anniversary of the Tivoli incursion in 2010 in Jamaica

1. The Tivoli incursion of 2010 was one of the bloodiest events in Jamaica’s history. Now for the first time in five years, we speak with two lower ranking...
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1. The Tivoli incursion of 2010 was one of the bloodiest events in Jamaica’s history. Now for the first time in five years, we speak with two lower ranking officers about their version of what really happened on the hunt for drug lord Christopher Dudus Coke who was wanted in the U.S. for drugs and weapons charges and why more than 70 people lost their lives.

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  • rocksteady56
    9 January 2016 at 8:30 pm
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    The minority pNp in conjunction with USA conducts regular Smash n' Smear assaults on the majority JLP base to ensure "wins" at "elections." They were NOT looking for drugs or guns, because they have more than enough in their 14+ garrison constituencies! EVERYBODY knew that Dudus left Tivoli long before. Handpicked PnP death-squads ripped innocent teenage nerds from their mothers' arms and executed them. Shocked soldiers saved some boys by warning demonic PnP police not to kill, or else soldiers would shoot THEM. It will take at least 4 long documentaries to explain the PnP crime empire at home and abroad..

  • Katherine Hans Von Rotes schild Zitler
    9 January 2016 at 8:30 pm
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    Tivoli Gardens is part of Jamaica this was not an incursion but a retaken of Tivoli Gardens from criminal elements.

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