SOME CLARIFICATION ON THE BOX WHEY BABY CHAM DID GET A TIVOLI

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WE HAD REPORTED SOME TIME AGO WHEN WE WENT THROUGH THE DUDUS FILES THAT DUDUS DID BOX CHAM INA HIM FACE ..SOMEONE COME WITH SOME CLARIFICATION..YEAH YEAH WE KNOW A 14 YEARS BUT FI THOSE LIKE ME WHEY DID TINK A PREZZI MEK HIM GET BOX THIS IS GOOD TO KNOW
Yu just ah mix up some facts wid mostly bullshit! 1st ting, prezzie Neva box Cham! Rooksie(himself) Neva box Cham! But Cham DID get box up and kick up! WHY? cause him no-show ROOKSIE show! WHEN? round 2000/2001 WHERE? rounda autovision (carwash). Anybody seh anyting ah chat F**KERY & dem ah LIAD!!!!

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    1. What you expect Cham fi do? Dudus dem was not just badman, dem practice witchcraft so dem wudda obeah Cham. Yuh think dem wicked ppl deh easy. You haffi lef dem evil ppl deh to God himself. Where is Dudus dem now? Oh

  1. a when dudus friend did a keep him dance and cham sey him naah goh. the man dem goh a cham yard and tek him out a him bed and box him up and tell him sey when big man a keep dem dance him fi turn up lmao.
    mi nuh condone dem shit deh still but it funny nuh rasssssssss lmao.

    1. Good Question. People always assume that most of the readers know these Jamaican criminals. Anyway, below is a good read on who this thug/murderer/Obeah Practitioner of the highest order is. This JMG has some information on him also if you do a search.
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      ‘Lock Him Away!’ – Corporate Area Businessman Heads To Court; Cops Hope He Will Remain Behind Bars
      Published: Tuesday | March 19, 2013
      rthur Hall, Senior News Editor
      The Corporate Area businessman arrested by the police last week in connection with several major crimes is to appear in court today, and the police are hoping that he will not be granted bail.
      As reported by The Sunday Gleaner, Uriel Humphrey James, better known as ‘Rooksie’, was arrested by members of the Major Organised Crime and Anti-Corruption Task Force in connection with incidents of murder, shootings, money laundering, and other crimes.
      It is believed that some members of the force are on the payroll of the businessman-contractor, and the Police High Command has vowed to go after the dirty cops.
      “We are concerned that there has been improper association with this individual by a number of police personnel,” Police Commissioner Owen Ellington told The Gleaner even as he indicated that he did not want to break the spirit of the honest, hard-working policemen and women in the Kingston Western Division.
      “Because this is an ongoing investigation, to say more could hurt the investigations, but I have tasked the ACB (Anti-Corruption Branch), which is part of the task force working on this case, to conduct the probe,” added Ellington, who declined to give any details about the cops under probe.
      Ellington argued that if he were to say more at this time, he could tip off persons who are the subject of the investigation. He added, however, that he was concerned about Rooksie’s “corrupting influence on members of the police force”.
      He said that the police were concerned that once Rooksie was on the streets, violence increased in and around the south St Andrew community of Rose Town, where he allegedly leads the deadly criminal group called The Discipline Gang.
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      Investigators probing several crimes allegedly carried out by Corporate Area businessman Uriel ‘Rooksie’ James made two bizarre finds at his Kingston 8 house and the house of his mother in Rose Town, south St Andrew.
      According to investigators, the names of four persons who have given statements implicating Rooksie in crimes were found written on pieces of parchment paper and placed on ice – literally.
      At his upper St Andrew house, the parchment paper was found stuffed in a cho-cho, which was in his deep freeze. At his mother’s Rose Town house, the parchment paper was found in a cucumber.
      The explanation given to the police was that this was intended to keep the witnesses cool – that it would have the effect of cooling them down. Investigators said they were told this in clear reference to the practice of obeah.
      Several Jamaicans going to court have resorted to the centuries-old practice of obeah to see them through.
      From the oil sprinkled over the body or in the courthouse, to the padlock on the mouth of an animal, or spending quality time with a “monkey”, persons have gone to the obeah man in an effort to avoid prison time.
      Read more at:
      http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20130319/lead/lead1.html

  2. Anon 10:10 there’s nothing funny about that a rass. big up Cham real down to earth dude. how a man fi go inna a man yard tek him outta him bed & disrespect him so?..smh what a piece a power dem shit house deh did have eeh GOD Is THE ONLY & REAL boss who nuh get lock up a dead #karma

    1. True but if they refuse they sometimes use little boys to harm dem. Their music is always bigging up these dons (donkeys) lol

    1. You are the first person I have heard said that this criminal is a faggot. I guess a lot of these Jamaican Dons are homos.
      Met we need to do a Story on here about Uriel Humphrey James, AKA “Rooksie” since half the stories have never been told. Seems he has a number of police on his payroll. BTW, is he still in Police custody or was he offered bail again? He has a murder case go back I think to 1999 and still pending.

  3. Rooksie tell Southie to deal w it an southie box Cham cuz him say Cham go dis the big man. Not them prezzie. But him frens dem an if him never condone it. It couldn’t happen. Rooksie run rose town. Southie him second

  4. Big up Cham. Dem man deh had too much power and then people siddung tek up fi shithole like them when police shoot up them ass

  5. Reputed Rose Town, Kingston strongman 44-year-old Uriel James, otherwise called ‘Rooksie’, was remanded into custody when he appeared in the Home Circuit Court today, Wednesday, June 4.
    The Major Organized Crime and Anti-Corruption Taskforce (MOCA) arrested James in Constant Spring, St Andrew on Tuesday March 12, 2013.
    Subsequent to James’ arrest an operation was conducted at premises he occupied where large sums of money, financial documents and a list with the names of several witnesses were allegedly seized.
    At the time of his arrest on March 12, 2013, James was on bail for charges of murder and shooting with intent, which were before the High Court and Resident Magistrate’s Division of the Gun Court respectively.
    James is scheduled to return to court on Monday December 1, 2014.

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