Senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions Jeremy Taylor is accusing members of the Constabulary of being discriminatory in their enforcement of the Anti-COVID-19 measures.
He made the accusations while delivering the keynote address at the Kitson Town Primary School Past Students Association Awards Ceremony last week.
Mr. Taylor says persons considered to be from a higher class of society have significant influence and an attitude they were born to dominate the country.
He says Jamaica is still not far removed from the plantation system which characterized the society during colonization.
It’s why the Senior Deputy DPP, is urging youngsters to get a quality education and claim their place in society.
Jeremy Taylor, Senior Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions.