Police Probe into ‘After All’ Video Progressing Swiftly

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The investigation into the involvement of Jamaica Constabulary Force members in the controversial and murderous music video “After All” by dancehall artiste Alkaline is moving swiftly.

That’s according to Deputy Commissioner of Police, Clifford Blake.

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The Deputy Commissioner was speaking with Nationwide News after the handing over ceremony of 30 service vehicles to the force.

National Security Minister, Robert Montague, who was also in attendance says due process must be followed in the case of the investigation.

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Meanwhile, the JCF is still unable to say whether or not the guns used in the music video were real.

DCP Blake says the investigation is still ongoing to determine the authenticity of the firearms.

He says investigations are also still ongoing to determine whether or not the guns belonged to the JCF.

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