Antigua: Jamaica’s most wanted to be deported


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(ANTIGUA NEWS ROOM) – Thirty-three year old Jamaican national Jermaine Gordon has been ordered deported from Antigua and Barbuda.

The magistrate’s court made the ruling Tuesday against Gordon who has been described as one of Jamaica’s 10 most wanted criminals. He is facing at least two murder charges in that country.

According to Police Gordon admitted to entering Antigua by boat illegally and has been residing here since 2013. He has no travel documents and was never processed by the Customs department.

Gordon appeared before Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh yesterday after he was captured by police last Friday. The court ordered that he leave the island on Thursday.


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  1. Don't waste your time Antiguans, just shoot the piece of filth and save Jamaica the paperwork. He would have been hanged by the balls if he was in

  2. What a fine looking example of a human being.

  3. Gangster movements. How many persons, wanted in other countries, reside in Saint Lucia?

    • About the same amount of St Lucian gangsters that resides in other countries. US, England, I am not even going to talk about Canada.

  4. if he has no documents how they know where he is from.shame on those young men with no future.

  5. .....and the Jamaican Police which a Al Jazeera Documentary once describe as the most lethal police force on the planet will be waiting for him on the airport with open arms and a big smile


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