Opposition Leader Andrew Holness says Jamaica should not rule out seeking the assistance of overseas experts in finding the gunmen responsible for last Wednesday’s execution style killing of three schoolboys and a man in Hayes, Clarendon.
Yesterday, head of the Police Criminal Investigation Branch, ACP Ealan Powell disclosed that two persons who were taken into custody in connection with the crime had been released.
According to Mr. Holness, for the sake of the psyche of the nation, it’s important that the perpetrators be caught.
Mr. Holness says law enforcement must respond to the chilling effect that the quadruple killings have had on society.
Andrew Holness, Opposition Leader addressing a JLP meeting in Clarendon on the weekend.