Victoria Town residents ‘cut up’ over cabbie’s releaseNov 22nd, 2022 | Category: GLEANER PREMIUM | 7:45
#JamaicaGleaner Patrick Matthias brother-in-law of Chieftin Campbell who was beaten by a mob in Mandeville, Manchester and later succumbed to his injuries said hearing the news of the cab driver charged in his death being set free was like reliving the pain once more. Matthias, who is popularly known in the community as 'Chike' said Campbell, 62, was everything to him. Six months after his brutal beating which took place on Friday, May 6, 2022, along Manchester Road, Matthias said he still can’t come to grips with his friend and brother-in-law’s death.
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