A documentary, which investigates some of the most controversial cases of killings committed by the Jamaican police in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

According to Amnesty International, an average of 140 people was shot dead by police every year during that period, one of the highest numbers in the world. The law enforcement officers committed many of these crimes, as well as those featured in the film.

The perpetrators are rarely put on trial and prosecuted for these gross violations of human rights, and the Jamaican police seem to act with impunity.


Year | 2001