Adams Says He Needs Only Six Months To Tackle Crime In Jamaica
One of Jamaica’s most fearless crime fighters – retired Senior Superintendent Reneto Adams has made a very bold and ambitious claim.
Adams in a recent interview reiterated his desire to do his part to curb crime in Jamaica.
While speaking with Loop News he said: “Six months is all I want to bring about significant changes in this country in regards to addressing the spiraling crime problem that has left citizens and other persons in the society in fear”.
He added: “If I am given an opportunity, I don’t even think I would even work for pay. I just have a passion to make sure that decent, law-abiding citizens (can) go about their business in peace, with the exclusion of any criminal interference.”
Two years ago Adams called for murderers to be put to death stating: persons accused of murder “must be tried, found guilty, exhaust the last letter of the appeals available to them, and when that has happened, in a modern civilised way where science is so improved be put to death.”
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