We NEED Justice for Mario Deane – Sign the Petition!

I am seriously upset and any Jamaican who is not, should be ASHAMED of themselves.

A young man lost his LIFE, simply because he was smoking a spliff, and not only do you have the Police High Command saying that the police is NOT responsible for his death (after THEY the police said he fell out of bed, then changed the story to he was beaten by inmates).

Now you have a well known politician saying the answer to PREVENT further incidences such as this one is to SUSPEND ALL ARRESTS FOR GANJA SPLIFFS, and now the Cannabis Task Force is also calling for a halt to all spliff arrests? SERIOUSLY?

  

This is CRAZY, a mother has lost her child, and the concern is about smoking ganja spliff?

Petition Facebook page Justice for Mario DeaneSo what about bringing to JUSTICE those who so blatantly disregarded the LIFE of MARIO DEANE?

And to add insult to injury do they think people are a bunch of IDIOTS?

What bed do you fall off of that leaves you in that state?

And how in God’s name if as they say he was beaten by INMATES, were the INMATES allowed to beat him to that point without the intervention of the POLICE?

And if he was granted bail for smoking the spliff, and was on his way out of the Police Station, and the words “MI NUH LIKE POLICE” were uttered, was that grounds to LOCK him back up, and place him in a cell with criminals who would do that to him? REALLY?

As a people we need to RISE up together and DEMAND JUSTICE, not just for MARIO DEANE, but for the many others who have suffered and WILL suffer  at the hands of some police officers who instead of SERVING and PROTECTING, are BEATING and KILLING.

  

Enough is ENOUGH!

If any foreign dignitary was  treated in this manner, THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN HELL TO PAY.

Mario was a CITIZEN of Jamaica. He did not KILL anyone, and his memory DESERVES much better than this.

Sign the Petition below to Hold the Police accountable for for the Death of Mario Deane

Mario Deane Petition

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George Bond
6 years ago

sadly this and other such incidents are a reflection of the Jamaican society where brutality rules..whoever it was that killed this man in police custody the blame comes back to the police who took responcibility for his wellbeing when they arrested him..the same as the staff of the juvenile corrections/care centre that burned down and killed those girls a couple of years ago…people in the care of the state,which every prisoner is,do deserve better than they get…this is not about a man dieing because he had a spliff,its about anyone locked up for any reason…the state has a duty….the state… Read more »

Jane Issa
6 years ago

Savage culture

Amik Christie
6 years ago

I hate Jamaica any day I leave here not coming bk

Sasha Henry
6 years ago

Jamaica police force need to clean up.some of them are legal gun men.my heart go out to the mother of Mario.

Winston Ellis
6 years ago

thank u bond. these leaders should be held acountable in every way

Beverley Chambers- Brooks

There is nothing Savage about Jamaica or Its Culture Jane!!! Right Here In America There Is So Much Police Brutality and in All The States!! Anywhere in the World we Live it’s only the Grace Of God that Sustain us!! The People in Power Does What they Want and Justify their Actions!!!

Adae Amiqua Raynewater

THEY SHOULD BE ARRESTED MAN

Delores Lewin
6 years ago

These police are doing too much it is about time these wicked police pay for their crime

Raymond Hall
6 years ago

Ok,,fine, U r upset and u have your rights. I am not upset, but don’t tell me that I should b ashamed of myself. I am in agreement somehow with most parts of the article,,but look at how much more injustice have been done to good abiding citizens and I never saw this writer calling for people to b ashamed of themselves if they r not upset,,,,And in the third paragraph,,I am in full agreement with the speakers,,prevent it fr happening to someone else,,but in the same time, treat whoever is guilty of the death according to the stated law.

Christina Grand
6 years ago

RIP Mario Dean . This happens for too often in Jamaica. My friend lost 5 family members to police which inspired him to write a song about what is going on in Jamaica and Jamaican police. My heart goes out to his mother and family. So sorry for your loss.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_LCVr2whBc

Patriese Spence
6 years ago

ludicrous, incongruous distortion of Justice. IF it was cell mates that beat him, where was the Police in charge of the cell block? Surely he/ she MUST have heard something. Cant allow this to just get swept under the carpet. No Sireeee.

Mhz Sparta Unruly Pinky

This is slackness them a get frm bad to worst nw

Jermaine Duhaney
6 years ago

we need to star kill dem police in jamaica real think dem make man star kill people for think

Jermaine Duhaney
6 years ago

no justice we do need star kill dem back one an two a real

Jermaine Duhaney
6 years ago

we are jamaican dem make think bad for we long time this is going an

Jermaine Duhaney
6 years ago

life too hard in jamaica for this going

Oneil Glama Samuels
6 years ago

This type if injustice must stop !!!!

Randy Brown
6 years ago

Dem police boy deh fi go dung di hard way

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Colleen Bailey
6 years ago

justice needs to be serve

Patrick S Whittingham
6 years ago

Sadly we want justice for Mario Deane R.I.P Mario

Kassandra Bignall
6 years ago

I believe that citizen should be allow to citizens arrest police officers

Leesaan Robertson
6 years ago

My heart goes out to Mario. May he Rest In Peace.

Leesaan Robertson
6 years ago

My heart goes out to Mario. May he Rest In Peace.

Winston Ellis
6 years ago

all a u who want to hate we jamaica just can leave and forget there is a jamaica and we are stars from we born. we dont need ur comment after all i love jamaica anytime and anywhere i go

Tariq DaCosta
6 years ago

it really is sad.. but let us truly unite against this, so that justice n clarity can come forward …

Harry Selah
6 years ago

So where is Jamaicans for Justice when you need them.. oh my bad, is it that they only protect faggots?

Mhz Chin-Lee Malcolm
6 years ago

ALLL NOW NOTHING FROM THAT LADY PORTIA
HATE YUH PORTIA!

Mhz Chin-Lee Malcolm
6 years ago

ALLL NOW NOTHING FROM THAT LADY PORTIA
HATE YUH PORTIA!

George Bond
5 years ago

sadly this and other such incidents are a reflection of the Jamaican society where brutality rules..whoever it was that killed this man in police custody the blame comes back to the police who took responcibility for his wellbeing when they arrested him..the same as the staff of the juvenile corrections/care centre that burned down and killed those girls a couple of years ago…people in the care of the state,which every prisoner is,do deserve better than they get…this is not about a man dieing because he had a spliff,its about anyone locked up for any reason…the state has a duty….the state… Read more »

Sasha Henry
5 years ago

Jamaica police force need to clean up.some of them are legal gun men.my heart go out to the mother of Mario.

Beverley Chambers- Brooks

There is nothing Savage about Jamaica or Its Culture Jane!!! Right Here In America There Is So Much Police Brutality and in All The States!! Anywhere in the World we Live it’s only the Grace Of God that Sustain us!! The People in Power Does What they Want and Justify their Actions!!!

Patrick S Whittingham
5 years ago

Sadly we want justice for Mario Deane R.I.P Mario

Tariq DaCosta
5 years ago

it really is sad.. but let us truly unite against this, so that justice n clarity can come forward …

Patriese Spence
5 years ago

ludicrous, incongruous distortion of Justice. IF it was cell mates that beat him, where was the Police in charge of the cell block? Surely he/ she MUST have heard something. Cant allow this to just get swept under the carpet. No Sireeee.

Delores Lewin
5 years ago

These police are doing too much it is about time these wicked police pay for their crime

Winston Ellis
5 years ago

thank u bond. these leaders should be held acountable in every way

Colleen Bailey
5 years ago

justice needs to be serve

Oneil Samuels
5 years ago

This type if injustice must stop !!!!

Ïtz Spärtâ Üñrùly Pïñky

This is slackness them a get frm bad to worst nw

Mhz Chin-Lee Malcolm
5 years ago

ALLL NOW NOTHING FROM THAT LADY PORTIA
HATE YUH PORTIA!

Raymond Hall
5 years ago

Ok,,fine, U r upset and u have your rights. I am not upset, but don’t tell me that I should b ashamed of myself. I am in agreement somehow with most parts of the article,,but look at how much more injustice have been done to good abiding citizens and I never saw this writer calling for people to b ashamed of themselves if they r not upset,,,,And in the third paragraph,,I am in full agreement with the speakers,,prevent it fr happening to someone else,,but in the same time, treat whoever is guilty of the death according to the stated law.

Winston Ellis
5 years ago

all a u who want to hate we jamaica just can leave and forget there is a jamaica and we are stars from we born. we dont need ur comment after all i love jamaica anytime and anywhere i go

Harry Selah
5 years ago

So where is Jamaicans for Justice when you need them.. oh my bad, is it that they only protect faggots?

Kassandra Bignall
5 years ago

I believe that citizen should be allow to citizens arrest police officers

Leesaan Robertson
5 years ago

My heart goes out to Mario. May he Rest In Peace.

Donovan Duhaney
5 years ago

we are jamaican dem make think bad for we long time this is going an

Donovan Duhaney
5 years ago

life too hard in jamaica for this going

Randy Brown
5 years ago

Dem police boy deh fi go dung di hard way

Adae Lady-fierce
5 years ago

THEY SHOULD BE ARRESTED MAN