FOUR MONTHS have passed since the death of Jahan King and family members are still seeking justice for the six-year-old.
Grandmother Ena Browne fought back tears yesterday as she told the SATURDAY SUN that the whole situation surrounding the death of the former Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School student was sickening.
Speaking from her St Michael home, accompanied by Jahan’s father John King, a clearly upset Browne lamented: “Since June 29 – no phone call. The authorities taking too long! Say something. Just come and say something. It is sickening. I real upset. I want to wake the police up. That is only why I doing this!”
Explaining that she heard from a police sergeant but no other authorities since her grandson’s death…
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