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Cops checking gun talk video

SDB Media,

Added 19 June 2019


Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith. (FILE)

THE CYBER CRIME UNIT and detectives from the Criminal Investigation Department are examining a “disturbing” video by a group threatening revenge.

The same day after Commissioner of Police Tyrone Griffith addressed a press conference in which he talked about revenge killings, the video surfaced on social media of the men boasting about attacking their opponents anytime or place, even during funeral services or school graduations.

In response, Griffith said he had already directed the unit and detectives to investigate the matter thoroughly.

Meantime, church leaders insisted they would not be intimidated into not conducting funeral services for any individuals dying through gun violence. (SDB Media)




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