Dudus plans not to fight extradition

| 23/06/2010

(Jamaica Observer): Following the arrest of Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke in Kingston yesterday, his extradition hearing has been set for tomorrow by Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewellyn according to an Observer source. The hearing is set to be held within the secure confines of the Jamaica DefenseForce headquarters in order to avoid action by Coke’s sympathisers. Coke has reportedly expressed his intention to waive his right to an extradition hearing and face his accusers in the United States without delay. Coke is accused of drugs and gun running by the US authorities and if found guilty he will be sentenced to life in prison and have his assets seized.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Obviously he looks alot different because he’s balding, his facial hair is removed, his skin is lighter & he’s gained weight. But the individual features are the same.

  2. Anonymous says:

     This is certainly not the same person that was posted 06/18/10 on your site.

    CNS: Compare the individual features – eyes, eyebrows, nose, mouth and the scar on the left eyebrow. It’s the same person.


  3. Kingstonian says:

    Did he bleach  his skin out, because he looks much clearer and very different.

    • Anonymous says:

      The change in skin tone is probably due to inexposure caused by hiding in a darkened environment.

      If the USA successfully imprisons him he may even bleach further due to confinement in winter conditions.

  4. keshan says:

    Coke is a victim of the circumstances of life found in Jamaica’s slums. As Tivoli’s Robin Hood, he will be well missed, because the Jamaican government has forgotten their people. It is outlaws like Coke that has made a difference and took the place of a political president. In a way, I am so sorry that they had to catch him. Although he was a criminal (and I never condone drug and firearm use), people who are abused by Jamaica’s armed forces and the government, can relate with him. If you think I am talking trash, go to the slums and streets of Kingston and talk to the folks there; they will tell you the kind of man he was. God knows the heart.

    • Anonymous says:

      Are you crazy?! Robin Hood. God knows the heart?!!!!!!

      He is a killer!!!! end of story.Please tell me you are only here for a while, because with that mentality, no wonder people believe this island is going down the same road as wonderful Tivoli!!

    • Anonymous says:

      It is very obvious that you are not Jamaican. I do suggest you go and live in slums of Jamaica and I know you will start to sing a totally different song.

    • Anonymous says:

      Perhaps you are the right person to ask. Since Dudus has been captured his utterances run along the lines of "Thank God I’m alive" and "Prey for me."

      Is it only me that noticed he didn’t say "I’m sorry to those who died fighting for me."? One of the stories in Jamaica was that Dudus ran like a puss when the first bomb went off. Leaving others to fight and die for him. These are the actions of a COWARD.

      Having said that, he is no fool. I’m hoping his swift transfer to the States means he will be in a position to "SINGS LIKE A BIRD". After all, Dudus and could never have done what they did without the support of both political parties. Dudus has been receiving government contracts for 20 years. 18 of those years the PNP were in power. Yet he is deemed to be a JLP Don. Again, oh where, oh where has common sense gone?