Jamaica: INDECOM Highlights Lack Of Eyewitness In Susan Bogle Case

The Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) says, to date, no eye witness has come forward in the Susan Bogle investigation.

The oversight body made the disclosure this afternoon at a press conference called to give an update on the case.

INDECOM said that it has no information to suggest that soldiers fired the fatal shot that killed 43-year-old Bogle.

“We don’t have any evidence or material to say who fired the fatal shot… soldiers repeated that they were firing at gunmen who were firing in their direction,” said Deputy Commissioner Hamesh Campbell.

On May 27, Bogle, a member of the disabled community, was allegedly shot dead while in her bed at home by a soldier during a police-military operation in the St Andrew community. 

Residents reported that soldiers had chased someone into the building.


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