The mother of Mario Deane, who was beaten to death while in Police custody in 2014, is expressing frustration at the slow pace of the court matter. 

Marcia Fraser and human rights lobby group, Jamaicans for Justice, held a vigil in front of the Barnett Street Police Station in St James on Saturday, in memory of Mr. Deane.

Ms. Fraser says she’s frustrated. 

She says she’s forgiven those who’ve hurt her son. 

But Ms. Fraser says she’s yet to get justice. 

Marcia Fraser, mother of Mario Deane.

Deane was taken into police custody at the Barnett Street police station for the possession of a ganja spliff on August 3, 2014. 

However, he died three days later in hospital after receiving severe injuries to the head while in custody.