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Cops allegedly involved in death squad appear in court

Three members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) accused of being part of  a death squad in Clarendon, appeared before the Home Circuit Court on Monday where the case against them was mentioned.
   
Kevin Adams, Pete Samuels and Whitney Hutchinson, were recently committed to stand trial following the completion of the committal hearing in the St. Andrew Parish Court.
   
They are accused of the May 5, 2011 shooting death of Sylvester Gallimore otherwise called Seven Bully in Clarendon.
   
Mr. Gallimore was shot dead at a bar during a police operation.
   
INDECOM investigators claimed Mr. Gallimore was killed as part of a death squad, targeting alleged criminals in Clarendon.
   
The three policemen are among 12 cops charged by INDECOM in connection with the alleged death squad affair.
   
The three cops are to return on January 20.



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