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Weekly Round-up: Reputed Rose Town don murdered… $300m 'fake' goods bust… West Indies white-washed

Sunday, April 08, 2018

KINGSTON, Jamaica — On Wednesday, Uriel James, alias Rooksie, the reputed area leader of Rose Town, was found dead in the trunk of a parked car in St Andrew.

Meanwhile, on that same day six people were taken into custody in relation to the seizure of an estimated $300-million worth of counterfeit goods on Princess Street in Kingston on Wednesday.

And in sport, Pakistan produced another imperious performance to beat the West Indies by eight wickets in the third and final Twenty20 international in Karachi, Pakistan on Tuesday, completing a 3-0 clean sweep of the series.

Watch as OBSERVER ONLINE wraps this week for you.

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US moves to add social media information to visa application process

House approves Emergency Powers Regulations for St Catherine North

Senator scolds nephew Damion Crawford in Senate for lack of balance

Ruddy Spencer apologises, condemns political tribalism

Opposition, Gov't joust over nagging air quality problem at Cornwall Regional Hospital

No love for Buju

Two Chinese nationals charged under the Intellectual Property Rights Act

Reputed Rose Town 'don' found dead in car trunk

Dead baby found in trash can in downtown Kingston

Criminals clone police commissioner's credit card

Grange, Terrelonge congratulate CARIFTA teams

West Indies succumb to Pakistan T20 whitewash

CARICOM laying groundwork to restructure West Indies cricket

Clovis toon