TVJ Midday News: Swift Action by Police Ends Hostage Situation on Molynes Road – September 10 2019

TVJ Midday News: Swift Action by Police Ends Hostage Situation on Molynes Road – September 10 2019


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68 Comments on "TVJ Midday News: Swift Action by Police Ends Hostage Situation on Molynes Road – September 10 2019"


  1. This is what the government needs to focus on reducing the crime in jamaica and stop fighting getto youths that are out making a honest living ( like shutting down events .. Etc)

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  2. Were you guys using a trainee in the control room? This is one of the lowest quality news productions I have seen from you guys!

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  3. The worse is yet to come…mark my word…and my instincts tell me that the masterminds are deportees…

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  4. Absolutely Sir they JPS just do not care. I am very pleased that I do not used them anymore for my electricity. A very none caring company. They have no competitor that is the reason why they behave in that manner.

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  5. I swear to God. Use to see this in the movies. Now in real life. By the way a lot of things shown 15 years ago to now in a movie is happening in real life

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  6. 1983 gunmen attempted to rob an American Jewelry store off Constant Spring Rd,the robbery was foiled by the police and the gunmen took hostages including a 13 yrs old school girl from Merl grove high school,the police opened fire on the gunmen and hostages which resulted in the death of the student. Jamaica has definitely come along way from those barbaric days.

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  7. I support the RG 💯! They need their $$! Dem av bills and responsibilities like everyone else! Big F-ry the JFF a gwaan wid. Pay di girlz dem man!

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  8. If the government doesn't create jobs for the people of the country it not going to get better,Chinese supermarket work and cheap Mexico work can't help, we need to build our country cause we have the people that have big brains and can use it but the government doesn't want the people ideas PNP and JLP doesn't make one

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  9. What happened to cameras on the gas station…the establishments to put cameras on there premises..boy they dont hear .glad no life dont lost inthe two incidents.shalom

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  10. What kind of banduluu news reporting is this? That static in the audio is irritating and definitely unprofessional. TVJ? Do you have any pride in your work?? You guys need to get yourselves together.

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  11. Brother did you say disastrous* or disastarous*

    Is Marigold Harding newly appointed or reappointed? Which is it?

    The quality of news nowadays. Herman Green you are an embarrassment.

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  12. Because the gun men are. Cowards. In America it's different. People are crazy in America. They would have shoot one of the hostage throw out to show how serious they are

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  13. Not supporting robbery or murder. My point is, to how Jamaica is backwards, it takes special team and soldiers to handle these things. In America, police alone deal with it.

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  14. The police force in Jamaica is weird. They only have strength for week cowardly criminals. They don't use their head, they quick to use their finger. And politicians run the security force. Madness.

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  15. these police need to wear body camera when they issue traffic ticket video them so when they dont pay put there picture in mideo so people can see them

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  16. Police only know how to run down taxie, harass the market people Dem, argue like women, Tek people man and woman, because when man and woman have things, domestic abuse, violence, fight, scratch, box etc, them not just arrest the man, but Tek the man woman. Sexual favors. Police drink drunk on job, have big Bill at the bars to pay. Some of them, their uniform ugly, wash out.

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  17. What sick my stomach with the police force in Jamaica is. They carry allot of feelings for people when doing them Job. Just because the market woman trace off the police man, him get mad and turn over her stall. Them don't act professional, so that people can respect them. And allot of the especially the young police officers, them Tek up Gaza Pon Dem head, pop corn, alkaline etc

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  18. Police a wear tight pants, tight shirt on the Job, in scamming, mix with the criminals Dem. Everybody want to be rich. Can't satisfy with the pay check

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  19. One time, when driving in a police car, is news am hearing on the radio, or rarely a reggae. But mostly the service radio. Now. Mi seh, a Kartel, alkaline, Movado etc.

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  20. I have a message for the minister of security. Jamaica is in peril. The greatest threat today is the especially the police force. Some place, things, and situation I see police in and involve. Its a disgrace. I use to have respect for the police force. Now, I am afraid of them. Use to feel safe going to the station and make reports. Now, unfortunately, everybody knows what's in the books. Information not confidential again, and them use you, expose u, and leave u in u own mek the dogs Dem bite u up.

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  21. The nation is under distress. For humans or no more acting humans. And so the pressure apply, so there are person who give up job, etc and transform into monsters

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  22. So many police leaving the force. Gone to America, etc. Everyone want better. Those who cannot go, find means and ways to get rich

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  23. Parliament house is, I won't even say. The message you people sending out to the nation is? Fight, fight, fight, grab, grab, shoot, shoot, kill, kill, bad mine, bad mine, etc. No morals. The poor church Dem get normalize. And it's a money making thing at church, also most church is like a theatre.

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  24. Everybody gone astray. Turn back on God. Am so disappointed of the prime minister of Jamaica, because I don't see him doing what God would have a leader do. Madness

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  25. For the PNP party. Madness. Money money it all about. Until I see a leader rise, and burn out injustice, stand for truth. Praise God. Lead the people as Moses. Patient, with love and compassion. Humble. Serious, etc. Then I say yes, revival and Reformation for Jamaica. But the dirty dancehall them love up. The dirty clubs, and the illegal guns them bringing in the country, also the good lands for farming gone to housing. Chaos

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  26. May God help us all. For every country have been following Babylon.
    Am happy none got hurt by those robbers. Get rich quick is not the way. Either you die, loose your soul, or end up in prison

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  27. Carreras strategy proves that they have no sense.
    Cigarette is the most vilified product in the modern world and proved cancer contraction because of its use will continue to destroy it's sales until zero .
    Surely now is the time to start to invest into research into the Marijuana field . What have they to lose ?

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  28. I wish di police grong dem lazy bowy dah ⚰️ two less gun men to deal wid.

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  29. The reggae Girls they work so pay the salary damn disgusting This is nothing new in Jamaica because I once worked for a security company in Jamaica and It was a nightmare to get our salary I support the Girls them

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  30. Selling cancer sticks and acting like it’s food. I say no to the government allow them a license to make the product… give the small man a chance.

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  31. Police ya'll need to start shooting those criminals, enough of the robberies and killings. You work hard and make a little house and buy a nice car, they want to come and collect everything including your life. Bullitt fi di ole criminal dem. Who nuh like weh mi seh, guh cook rice, one grain at a time.

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  32. That's where need to have a state of emergency – KINGSTON/ST. ANDREWS!! Why should some parishes be singled out when crime is just as bad or even worse in Kingston/St. Andrews. But, that won't happen since it'll disrupt the life of too many influential people who the government don't want to go up against as the government won't win that battle!! As usual in Jamaica, the government has taken advantage of poor people!

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