Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 27, 2010

Lebih 60 maut perang dadah di Jamaica,Raja Dadah Diburu

A Jamaican soldier patrols a market area near the Tivoli Gardens area of Kingston, Jamaica May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica's capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

A Jamaican police officer searches overhead buildings near the Tivoli Gardens area of Kingston, Jamaica May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica's capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

A Jamaican police officer searches overhead buildings near the Tivoli Gardens area of Kingston, Jamaica May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica’s capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher “Dudus” Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

Armed police question men on the street in the market area near Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of Kingston, Jamiaca May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica's capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

This image from APTN video shows Jamaican army troops taking cover during operations in Kingston, Jamaica Tuesday May 25, 2010. Thousands of police and soldiers stormed the Jamaican ghettos in search of a reputed drug kingpin wanted by the United States, intensifying a third day of street battles that have killed at least 30 people.

This image from APTN video shows armed plainclothes police at a street corner in Kingston, Jamaica Tuesday May 25, 2010. Thousands of police and soldiers stormed the Jamaican ghettos in search of a reputed drug kingpin wanted by the United States, intensifying a third day of street battles that have killed at least 30 people.

A pick-up truck loaded with Jamaican police patrol a market area near the Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of Kingston, Jamaica May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica's capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

A pick-up truck loaded with Jamaican police patrol a market area near the Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of Kingston, Jamaica May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica’s capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher “Dudus” Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

Armed police question men on the street in the market area near Tivoli Gardens neighborhood of Kingston, Jamiaca May 26, 2010. Gunfire resounded in parts of Jamaica's capital Kingston on Wednesday as security forces fought armed supporters of a fugitive alleged drug lord in a fourth day of violence that has killed nearly 50 people. Soldiers and police were still searching for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, 42, a notorious suspected Jamaican drug don whose extradition is being sought by the United States on charges of cocaine trafficking and gun-running.

Police take cover during operations in Kingston, Jamaica, Tuesday, May 25, 2010. Jamaican police said at least 26 civilians and four members of the security forces have died as police and soldiers battle defenders of a powerful Jamaican gang leader sought by the United States.

A resident stands by a road block the day after a state of emergency was called in Kingston, Jamaica, May 24, 2010. Jamaica declared a state of emergency in two parishes of its capital Kingston on Sunday after shooting and firebomb attacks on police stations by suspected supporters of an alleged drug lord who faces extradition to the United States.

Undated photographs of Christopher "Dudus" Coke is seen in this image released by the Jamaica Constabulary Force. Soldiers and police stormed a Kingston slum on May 24, 2010 and traded gunfire with supporters of an alleged Jamaican drug lord Christopher Coke who faces extradition to the United States. The government declared a state of emergency Sunday in volatile sections of the capital as Prime Minister Bruce Golding vowed �strong and decisive action� to restore order.

Undated photographs of Christopher “Dudus” Coke is seen in this image released by the Jamaica Constabulary Force. Soldiers and police stormed a Kingston slum on May 24, 2010 and traded gunfire with supporters of an alleged Jamaican drug lord Christopher Coke who faces extradition to the United States. The government declared a state of emergency Sunday in volatile sections of the capital as Prime Minister Bruce Golding vowed �strong and decisive action� to restore order.

Lebih 60 maut perang dadah di Jamaica

KINGSTON 26 Mei – Pertempuran bersenjata yang menggegar ibu negara Jamaica meragut lebih 60 nyawa yang kebanyakannya orang awam, demikian menurut sumber hospital semalam, ketika pasukan tentera dikerahkan ke seluruh bandar raya ini untuk memburu seorang raja dadah.

Polis meletakkan angka korban seramai 27 orang, namun Perdana Menteri Bruce Golding memberi amaran ia kemungkinan besar meningkat dan polis malam tadi menyatakan terdapat ‘beberapa pembunuhan’ di kawasan Greater Kingston.

Beratus-ratus anggota tentera dan polis dikerahkan untuk memburu Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, yang dikehendaki di Amerika Syarikat atas dakwaan penyeludupan dadah, dalam ketegangan seminggu dengan penyokongnya.

Pertempuran dilihat merebak ke kawasan lain selepas pasukan keselamatan menyerbu setinggan Tivoli Gardens di barat negara ini, dalam usaha menangkap Coke yang perintah ekstradisi ditandatangani kerajaan minggu lalu.

Keganasan menyebabkan kawasan setinggan bertukar menjadi zon perang, dengan tiga trak digunakan untuk mengangkut mayat mangsa termasuk seorang bayi ke sebuah rumah mayat di kompleks hospital.

Golding menegaskan pasukan keselamatan akan memulihkan ketenteraman, tiga hari selepas kerajaan pimpinannya mengisytiharkan darurat dalam keganasan terburuk negara Caribbean ini sejak berpuluh tahun.

“Kerajaan kesal dengan kehilangan nyawa anggota keselamatan dan rakyat yang terbunuh akibat terperangkap dalam pertempuran,” kata beliau kepada Dewan Perwakilan.

Menteri Keselamatan, Dwight Nelson pada satu sidang akhbar menjelaskan, Coke, 42, masih belum diberkas ketika beberapa helikopter meronda ruang angkasa Kingston dan sekolah serta kedai-kedai ditutup. – AFP


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