A St Catherine man is seeking international help after claiming that members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, on several occasions, have attempted to kill him.

Father of five Dwayne Brock, 35, told the Jamaica Observer in an interview from his hospital bed in Spanish Town that, “men who swore to serve and protect” have gone above and beyond to try and cut his life short.

Brock, who was deported from the United States for “overstaying his time”, was shot on three occasions by men he said were police personnel. He said that the last time he was shot he received 12 bullets to the body.

His last encounter with these men, he said, left him bleeding profusely and in anguish just outside his West Cumberland, St Catherine, community.

On the evening of Tuesday, April 21, shortly after six o’clock, Brock said that he and a friend were walking to a financial institution near to the community when he noticed a silver Toyota motor car slowly approaching. He said that, having walked some distance from the car, it stopped and a man dressed in full black stepped out of the passenger side of the vehicle.

Brock told the Sunday Observer that he noticed a gun in his would-be attacker’s hand. He said that when he realised who the man was, he and his friend attempted to run. However, he was hit by three bullets. “Di man jus’ step outta him car and start shoot [at] me… jus’ me. Him nuh touch mi friend.




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