Wayne Walker reports.

One of the most controversial crime fighters in Jamaica’s history, retired Senior Superintendent of Police, Reneto Adams is hitting back at the US Government for barring him from entering that country.

The reitred SSP is calling on the US to supply evidence of the wrongdoing they’re alleging he’s guilty of committing.

The controversial, retired Senior Superintendent of Police took the shot at the US government during Nationwide This Morning with Abka Fitz-Henley and Danielle Archer.

Retired SSP Adams and five of his former JCF colleagues who were involved in the 2003 killing of four men in Kraal, Clarendon have had their United States visas revoked last week.

The retired SSP and his five former colleagues are being accused by the US Government of having participated in extra-judicial killings, an allegation which they’ve strongly denied in the past.

The retired cop is calling into question the actions of the US government, particularly as it relates to the extension of the punitive measures to his immediate family members.

SSP Adams says he at no point during his career acted outside the bounds of the Jamaican Constitution.

The colorful retired SSP’s tenure in the JCF was plagued by allegations of extra judicial killings.

It’s also been alleged that SSP Adams was caught on tape with a former Don requesting illegal guns to plant on the men killed in Kraal.

However, Mr. Adams categorically denies the allegation.