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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

41-year-old Gay Man Was Murdered and Burnt By Unknown Assailants In Jamaica

41-year-old Dean Moriah (Tourist industry)
41-yeay-old Dean Moriah, an openly gay man and entertainment coordinator of Bogue Village, Montego Bay, Jamaica body was found with stabbed wounds, his house was set on fire with his body inside and his car was stolen ,about 4 O'clock this morning.

According to the Jamaica-Gleaner News paper citing the Western Bureau stated that "renowned Monetgo Bay hospitality worker, Dean Moriah was early this morning killed at Bogue Village home in Montego Bay, burnt by unknown assailants. The police say Moriah was stabbed several times before the house was set on fire with him inside. Moriah, who worked for several years as an entertainment manager with the SupperClubs group, last worked with Margaritaville Caribbean."

Additionally, the Jamaica Observer reported that, "his Toyota Camry motor car was also stolen during the incident."

In the same parish/location in Jamaica, on July 22, 2013 16-year-old Dwayne Jones, a transgender woman was mobbed, stabbed, beaten and shot after he attended a local party. His body was found early in the morning. Since the murder of Dwayne Jones, there has been a rise in mob attacks on gays in Jamaica. Dean worked in the Tourism industry in Jamaica for almost his entire life to welcome and entertain visitors/tourists. The country and it's economy which he helps to build, killed him. Homophobia killed him! Hate killed him!

Based on the news report, unknown assailants (more that one person) stabbed Dean Moriah to death and set his house on fire with his body inside. It was alleged that Dean was killed because he was gay, due to the how the cruel act was carried out. This is barbaric and a moral obscenity. How many more gay men in Jamaica should be brutally murdered before Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller led government, stand up to the hate and murderous anti-gay culture and it's people?

How can we continue to stand and ignore the atrocities meted against our brothers? How can we continue to encourage tourists to visit Jamaica, when gay workers and citizens are not safe there?

Dean Moriah is my dear FACEBOOK friend and it saddens me to know that his life was taken by a group of people or assailants. He is my brother. Friends, co-workers and family are finding it hard to come to terms with his brutal death. Injustice towards mankind or an individual, regardless of his or her sexuality, gender, creed or sex is injustice towards all. Joins as we cry out against the inhumane treatment of the forgotten gay and lesbians people in Jamaica as well as BOYCOTT Jamaica's tourism to urge goverment to put an end to the violence towards gays and repeal its sodomy law.

We are tired of waiting! We are tired of being patient! Gay Jamaicans want their freedom and they want it now!

41-year-old Dean Moriah (Tourist industry)














41-year-old Dean Moriah (Entertaining tourists)


















41-year-old Dean Moriah (Tourist industry)
















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78 comments:

  1. Sad to know of the loss of a great spirit..who loved his country and wanted the best.... Now, I have to not consider Jamaica as one of my travel destinations... Boycott Jamaica.... Stop the Killings on innocent people. Ignorance... is alive ...

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    1. Jay dont be fooled by this drivel the ENTIRE country KNEW Dean and he walked around FREELY ,,, from all reports this was a LOVERS' quarrel gone sour ...

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    2. Thank you for putting that out there... People with their own agendas need to stop taking tragedies and use it as their flag ship in getting what they want. Over the years Jamaica has become tolerant to homosexuals and the few cases of homosexual murders aren't as clean cut as it is made out to be. Its very sad that Dean's life was taken but ppl plz stop being Judge and Jury by blaming the heterosexual community. What if after investigations it is shown that this man was killed by another homosexual what then? Will there be an apology? Let's all pray that the wave of crime is decreased and plz let us try to co-exist with each other.

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    3. a transgender was killed in New York last week.Make sure to boycott the USA.

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    4. @ an eke there won't be a need for any apologizes the same thing goes on they have eniff information to call it as is...we heed to boycott American land,Jamaica and anywhere else people wants take Gods job from him.I am not saying their life is right or wrong...but for sure we don't have a right to judge or kill them. # facts are facts. Here in the U.S as in Jamaica as in Trinidad there is too many crimes on homosexual because of they choose to be or what they choose to be.

      Bottom line most of the areas these killings are happening is some of the poorest area and most of the people that does crimes has along rap sheet and only quotes the bible to justifiy these hate crimes.

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    5. Anneke Taylor your crap statement about Jamaica being tolerant to gays is made moot by the recent killing of the tranny teen. Whether or not this was a lover's quarrel I dunno but I am more inclined to believe he was killed by anti gay people from the same parish who killed that teen last months. Such barbaric people. BOYCOTT Jamaica!

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    6. We all knew and accepted Dean for who he was and no one did anything to him so, why now? I will leave any judgement until further investigation

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    7. Anonymous u seem to have a serious issue with Jamaica..No straight man is gonna kill a gay person and strip then naked, we are too homophobic for that shit...This dude was killed by his lover, boycotting Jamaica wont stop gays from killing other gays. This wont get u guys legal in the country, u guys are too violent, so please control ur emotions.

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    8. pleas stop the rumors about Jamaica allowed the police to do their work what are you looking for sympathy , its not good to spread bad news ' why don't you do proper investigation on the issues

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    9. you lucky, we are glad you dont want to come here.

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  2. Thanks for alerting us Dwayne.

    We have a protest in London On Wed 28 over murder of Dwayne Jones. SEE: http://bit.ly/1fgDesr

    So sad that we now have to add Dean to our mourning and anger.

    Solidarity! Peter

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    1. Dwayne need to stop putting lies Abt Jamaica.
      not all Jamaicans are homophbic some of us could careless.

      Y was he naked

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    2. 98 crimes every week against gays in London......Protest against your own place before you stick your neck out.......hypocrite
      234,979 hate crimes based specifically on sexual orientation occurred across the United States from 2007 to 2011, up 2 percent from the period of 2003 to 2006. the anti-gay crime has spiked 70% this year.

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  3. Bullshit this wasn't a hate crime. Everyone knew about his lifestyle and he was never harmed. The entire community knows this was a lovers quarrel that went wrong. And as is proven, gays quarrels usually are extremely violent.

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    1. That is what I thought.So everyone that dies is because they gay.I thought this was a lovers issue.

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    2. Thanks for stereotyping... I guess I can stereotype too and say Jamaicans are a barbaric people.

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    3. gays quarrels are extremely violent? Gays are about the most peaceful people in the world. Obviously you don't know many (or perhaps you kill them first). It's sad that the culture in Jamaica is so animalistic and uneducated.

      You can't tell me that Gays are simply allowed to live their lives in Jamaica:

      http://towleroad.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341c730253ef019aff143db3970d-300wi

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    4. jamaica wil neva change sooo plz stop da BSN.. most man who can pass hv pitney n wife n live pon de downlow.. doze who caan hide it or choose NOT to...pay de price.. to my knowledge gay child comes two str8t parents... so who shud b blame

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  4. Bullshit this wasn't a hate crime. Everyone knew about his lifestyle and he was never harmed. The entire community knows this was a lovers quarrel that went wrong. And as is proven, gays quarrels usually are extremely violent.

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  5. you have no proof as to who carried out this murder..how did you solve the case that quick ? are you privy to the facts or are you rushing to a conclusion based on a media report and hearsay ? your statement about Homophobia is bullshit..this could easily be a robbery and murder similar to the hundreds that happen every year to Jamaicans from all walks of life..it could be a crime of passion or it could be what you claim..you need to show how you arrive at your conclusion less than 1 day after the murder..if not you are talking bullshit and are seeking the sympathy of overseas people

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    1. and you are just seeking the sympathy of overseas people .( I should have said) ..

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    2. and you are just seeking the sympathy of overseas people .( I should have said) ..

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  6. you have no proof as to who carried out this murder..how did you solve the case that quick ? are you privy to the facts or are you rushing to a conclusion based on a media report and hearsay ? your statement about Homophobia is bullshit..this could easily be a robbery and murder similar to the hundreds that happen every year to Jamaicans from all walks of life..it could be a crime of passion or it could be what you claim..you need to show how you arrive at your conclusion less than 1 day after the murder..if not you are talking bullshit and are seeking the sympathy of overseas people

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  7. Why is it that we never try 2 get the facts before we throw mud in the face of a country nd its people? We all know that the brother was killed by his lover, but u have grown increasingly accustomed 2 pointing the finger at Str88 people whenever a Gay person dies...........so now its; "Do not visit Jamaica because of Homophobia" Well listen, u sound Gay, so u should know that Gay people has a history of voilence nd jealousy..........as is displayed on a daily basis. This had nothing 2 do with homophobia.........just a Gay love affair gone wrong.

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  8. The fact that the house was set on fire is an indication whoever did it want to make a statement! It seem to have the atteibutes of a hate crime! Id it is a norm that all Jamacians are killed! Well it's even more reasons to BOYCOTT Jamaica! Until the nation along with the powers that be put a stop to the madness!

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    1. Bullshit. You are talking nonsense.

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    2. Lloyd stop make judgement u r in no possition to make. You seem to have no clue.

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    3. Sound like u did deh there
      d man man kill him. everybody know him did gay long time.

      shut the hell up if u don't know

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  9. Look here nuh ah de man Battyman lover kill him its called a Gay scorned .. stop blaming it on straight folks bout homophobic and people shud boycott Jamaica there are more gay on gay killing than the other way around.

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  10. Straight people get killed every day and at least once per month a house get torched so what life goes on ,on the rock.

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  11. Jah ova evil ..unuh need fi stop push unuh agenda this is a gay pon gay crime ......

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  12. His lifestyle was clearly known by the community he lived in and he was never harmed. Idk why you guuys making it look like gays dropping like flies in Jamaica. We dont support the lifestyle, and its gonna remain illegal for a while. How is it fair that u want to force ppl to accept your way of thinking? how are u any better than the islam fundamentalists that kill ppl who view things differently?? Jamaicans dont lie homosexuality, and legalising it isnt going to make the situation any better. Stop sensationalising your bullshit and actually do ur research before you slander an entire country. WHy you dont pressure the KKK to start accepting Black people? Or the Taliban to be more respectful of of women? at the end of the day, who are the real bigots?

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  13. His neighbours can attest to the fact that this is a lie. From what most people are aware their was a lover's spat which ended badly. They were seen publicly arguing and neighbours heard it when they got to the house. His neighbours pulled him from the burning room. Stop spreading propaganda before researching the truth. No one harmed him even though he lived openly. He was harmed by his counterpart. Jamaica does not openly kill every person that resides among us who we think is gay. Lying to cover a inside murder will not remove the fact that it is one. Gays kill each other violently, we all know that.

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  14. I knew Dean personally and his orientation was well known, he had a great personality, his orientation was never an issue, he lived in that community for 7 years. I do not believe his orientation was the cause of his death. May the real perpetrators be caught and brought before the courts.

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    1. Thats correct Dean lived here for the longest while and no one here had problem with his sexuality. We loved him for his great personality, his soul, his vibe and kind heart. We wish whoever did this will be caught and brought to justice. No one from the community wished him bad, he will be missed.

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  15. A poorly written article by a supposedly well educated individual. It's a good thing that this isn't mainstream press [I seriously doubt it would get published anyway].

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    1. The article was written right, don't cross your hate with education.

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  16. Well if its a hate crime it is very sad and we all should boycott Jamaica .....Jamaicans need not to get visa to enter the US Canada or England..............What I find most alarming is that the smae men who say batty boi yu fi dead and throw stones and stuff at you and the females that say batty boi u fi dead are the same one who come here nad have to kiss the batty man them ass and cant say a word..... We need to understated that everyone is entitled to live their live freely.....

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    1. 234,979 hate crimes based specifically on sexual orientation occurred across the United States from 2007 to 2011, up 2 percent from the period of 2003 to 2006. the anti-gay crime has spiked 70% this year 2013. Know what's going on in your own country before talking nonsense about ours...America has more homophobic people than Jamaica just by shear numbers....300 million people in America to 3 million in Jamaica......we don't bother people who don't bother us.....and considering how most Jamaicans don't like that lifestyle, no one will attack gays unless provoked or molested....Hell, that goes for any life style...what makes you so special? ..Look at your own statistics and shut up about Jamaica.
      New york alone with 8. 25 million people crime rate went up 70%.U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), "Hate Crime Victimization, 2003-2013,"
      England are worse ......travel a little and get out of your box...most of the world are not as tolerant as you think and you don't hear of their racists and homophobic behaviors because they are not as open in reporting as other countries.
      Research by London LGBT hate crime charity Galop shows 98 homophobic and transphobic crimes are recorded each week by police across Britain.

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  17. COULD THIS HAVE BEEN THE RESULT OF A JEALOUS RAGE?. It has happened before and this seems the pattern in their lovers feud. This by the way are reasons some despise the community. This must be investigated before we run all over the world and cry "hate crime". There are many known gay persons in Jamaica who live without fear. The gay community needs to influence its members to determine the precepts by which they conduct their lives so the rest of Jamaica is not blamed when they mess up.

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  18. I see it's a lot of could have's posting, fact is if they prove it in your faces you all would still be saying the same thing.stay in your own lane...could've and would've never solved a crime. Facts does!

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  19. More than likely one his boyfriends that killed him.. as soon as a gay person gets killed in Jamaica everyone jumps on the homophobia band wagon.. gay people get killed and mutilated by their spouses more than anyone else in Jamaica.

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  20. Could you stop making it look like we are not civil in Jamaica! I know so many gays and lesbians here and they are not harmed. Stop telling lies on our people we are no less homophobic than America!!

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  21. its a lovers war they do it all the time they don't shoot they stab

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    1. Dwayne Jones, 16-year-old transgender woman in St James, Jamaica on July 22, 2013 was mobbed, stabbed, shot and murdered by an angry mob of straight people at a party. He was stabbed over and over by everyone. When a person is stabbed several times by unknown assailants/mob, house set ablaze and car stolen, according to the news...That is hate crime...Too often these incidents take place in Jamaica. Boycott Jamaica!!

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  22. This is the most ludicrous attempt at saying Jamaicans are homophobic. Any well thinking person would know that a stabbing death is usually personal, because its a crime of passion. Taking that into consideration it would be obvious that his attacker was known to him, probably his significant other that the police is now searching for and cannot find.

    Should it be found out that it was his gay lover that killed him and left him for dead, will the gay community come out and say we are sorry for trying to tear down Jamaica and admit that they too are jealous, aggressive and capable of killing each other.

    The truth at the end of the day is that if you feel uncomfortable where you live then you should just move. Surely if your christian neighbor decides to blast their gospel music in the wee hours of the morning and refuses to stop, then you have one of two options; move or put up with it. Its even more obvious that Dean had some good neighbor, because in the news report not one of them called him a homosexual.

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  23. Dwayne Jones, 16-year-old transgender woman in St James, Jamaica on July 22, 2013 was mobbed, stabbed, shot and murdered by an angry mob of straight people at a party. He was stabbed over and over by everyone. When a person is stabbed several times by unknown assailants/mob, house set ablaze and car stolen, according to the news...That is hate crime...Too often these incidents take place in Jamaica. Boycott Jamaica!!

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  24. This writer is being malicious....he does not love his country and only wants hi agenda to be fulfilled. Most Jamaicans dont have a problem with homosexuals but some behaviours are just inappropriate in the public.
    This gentleman that died seemed to have been a good nice decent man may God be with his family at this time. Writer, what about the police who killed his girlfriend in Portland? Shouldn't tourists boycott Jamaica for that too? Or only gays should not be killed in Jamaica? Jamaica has been multiplying its death rate daily and domestic violence is a lead contributor to crime in Jamaica whether gay or straight. The write should be promoting peace and development of his country instead of trying to tear it down. SHAME ON YOU WRITER ... SHAME ON YOU

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  25. His death is indeed sad and this is obviously a personal crime, one that must not be condoned. Its hard to determine if he was killed by someone who loved him or persons who hated him . I await the police findings however I WILL NEVER EVER EVER BOYCOTT TOURISM IN MY COUNTRY. I WILL NEVER EVER SUPPORT ALLOWING MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND OTHER JAMAICAN TO SINK FURTHER INTO POVERTY...not know or ever ... instead of fighting fire with fire you should focus your energy on sensitizing the Jamaican public ...on understanding our Christian society ...on simply saying JAMAICAN ARE NOT REQUIRED TO ACCEPT HOMOSEXUALITY BUT THEY MUST MUST RESPECT LIFE AND PEOPLES CHOICES

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  26. There is a very high possibility of this being minority against minority. If whoever wrote this was a true reporter they would have highlighted that fact. Stop trying to use Jamaica's name and sentimentalization to sell your news product. When gays here kill each other in a fit of jealous rage it's as gruesome as it gets, and most times seems to be a case of terrible knifing. How many of those gay on gay crimes have you reported? It will be interesting to see if JFLAG and the UN jump on this one as well. They need to speak to the gay community they defend because they are highly provocative and disrespectful. They threaten people at will because they know they will have big lawyers placed on the case to defend them. They are not afraid to tell people they do not have to work because their a**ss will earn them more than others have to break their back to earn working at regular jobs. Did this Minority news channel get a wind of any of the news of gays attacking/fighting each other in town centers, and community people having to ask for them to be removed from their neighborhoods because of their disruptive behavior? That is after allowing them to live there for sometime and leaving them to their lifestyle. How many of those stories do you carry? Report both sides of the story or shut the hell up with your bias reports.

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  27. This article is very unfortunate and it is sad that the author did not check his facts before publishing this scandalous piece. By all indication he was killed by someone he is in relations with, it was not a hate crime and this blog should be corrected. Very said that the writer did not check his facts.

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  28. I am tempted to think that this writer has something to do with Deans murder, as all the neighbors heard the quarrel between him and his lover. He was also found naked when he was pulled from the house which would suggest that he was with someone he knew and is close with. Writer why are u trying so desperately to make this sound like a hate crime? he was also able to tell the fire fighters one name and that person is being sought as we speak. I do hope the name he called isn't yours.

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  29. The news reported that Dean Moriah was stabbed several times by unknown assailants(more than one person), his house was set ablaze with him inside and his car was stolen. It was also alleged that he was killed for being gay, due to his openness about his sexuality...

    Facts:

    1. He was stabbed to death by more than one person (unknown assailants)
    2. Home was set on fire with body inside
    3. Victim's car was stolen.

    NB: Robbery and murder

    The police theorized (lack of evidence) that Dean was killed as a resulting from a domestic quarrel. suggesting he was murdered by a single gay man. sharing the country's rhetoric that, "gays are killed only by gays in Jamaica and not because of their sexuality." The Facts and stories of victims say otherwise.


    References:
    http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/MoBay-entertainment-coordinator-stabbed-to-death--house-set-ablaze
    http://jamaica-gleaner.com/latest/article.php?id=47514

    A Decade Of Hate And Homophobia In Jamaica: Country Conditions
    http://www.minority-insight.org/2013/08/a-decade-of-hate-and-homophobia-in.html

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    1. dwl! ur such a joker. lmfao

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  30. Such a tragedy, this really breaks my heart as Dean was such an honest and caring person. He was loved and respected by everyone that he associated with despite his sexual orientation. Its not like he was hiding it, we all knew he was gay and we loved him just the same. RIP Dean, Jamaica lost a good soul. based on what ive heard this is not a hate crime, but then again its 'hear say' i do hope that his perpetrator(s) is/are caught and brought to justice

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  31. Both men were human beings despite their sexual orientation.It is sad that they died in this way. However before you blast this wonderful nation get your facts straight. The transgender woman was at a straight party under the guise of a being a naturally born woman and made a fool of the man he was gyrating on allegedly. The entertainment coordinator was dating a married man who refused to come out of the closet and he threathened to expose him allegedly. Jamaicans dont kill gays we just cannot accept their lifestyle but we tolerate it. Today gays are in most workplaces and/or communities.

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  32. I pity people like you, that deem yourself educated and attest to building your country while silently destroying our Land of wood and water. Are you trying to say because someone is Gay he or she is not subjected to be killed in any way similar to that of a heterosexual. Look how many heterosexual was shot and killed and no body protest, advocate in domestic violence. Please stop spreading propaganda get your facts straight and stop hurting your country and your reputation.

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  33. Please do not broad brush my country , I wonder why pome people like to spread bad news about others so much who ever wrote this article please allowed the police to do their work

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  34. Wasn't it is lover who killed him
    every gay who get kill on Jamaica is homophobic Jamaican get ur story rite.
    so many ppl knew where he lived and that he was gay y didn't they kill him long time.
    I don't believe in killing no1
    I don't care who gay and who isn't that's there business. it's between them and god

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  35. him gay lover left him naked, y would straight man tek off him clothes, mayb he was even raped.

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  36. This article was poorly written. Facts are wrong and the only thing they got right were the names! I guess u can try to be anything on the internet ( botch journalist)! Well for me I love living in my beautiful island of Jamaica, I could careless about living in America,Canada or England!

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  37. Dean is my family stop chat foolishness about gay and bring his killer to the frontline since you are his dear facebook friend and feel you know so much about what happened at the time of his death. how many of you were there?

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  38. I am Jamaican and I don't have that much hate for same sex...that's not our problem it's up to God what he would like to do. I don't know why us Jamaican have to keep making our country look so bad. What did this man ever done to anyone for him to be killed like that. It's time for a change in this country.

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  39. Dean was a dear friend and a beautiful soul, it so very sad that insensitive and inhumane persons could use this as an opportunity to push their own agenda and self interest. You are a sad mistake for a human being and in no position to make any comment about Dean. He was one of the most selfless, kind, giving, caring, loving, compassionate and just one of the sweetest and most wonderful person I have ever known. He is dead in a barbaric and heartless way and you use this an opportunity to preach for tolerance of your homosexual lifestyle, why not do that in another manner than to show disregard and lack of sensitivity to Dean's family and friends, people who really cared about him. Stop maligning the man, he is dead, show some mercy and compassion and try to do what you can so that these vicious and heartless persons can be brought to justice.

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  40. 3 Men murdered Dean, set his house on fire with his body inside and stole his car... I am a lesbian friend of Dean and he feared for his life all his life living in Jamaica. The lie that gays only kill gays is Jamaica has be defeated and the homophobic assholes that killed my friend will suffer. Taking his life wasn't enough. they had to set his home and fire and robbed him..

    why would his so-called gay lover would go to such extent to kill him, set his house and fire and robbed him? This is what the homophobic people and Jamaica want the world to believe. In all the times gays were murdered and beating in Jamaica, the police and the government never acknowledge as a crime against ones sexuality...they always say it's a domestic quarrel between gays that resulted in another gay men's death... This is how they cover up the hate crimes. Dean's death will not be in vain

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    1. just make sure you either change your nausty abominable life cause even if man doesnt get rid of you God will at some point, if you refuse to change you messy shitty life. you should be happy that jamaicans dont trouble lesbians.

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  41. I met Dean more than 10 years ago; to say I am heartbroken about his death is an understatement. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. I can't profess to know who killed Dean. Regardless, Dean was an openly gay man. In light of Jamaica's horrific buggery laws and the majority of our citizen’s negative attitude towards the LGBT community (let's not pretend otherwise!), surely any reasonable person can understand why there is concern. I do not want anyone boycotting Jamaica, but I too do not want Dean's death to be in vain. Hopefully Dean's murder will open up transformative dialogue/policy change about tolerance and respect for those who are not like you. Are we not "Out of Many, One People"?

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  42. This has turned out to be one big joke. Poor Dean being dragged into this lie. I guess there are so many ignorant people out there. Keep on using Dean's death as an excuse to spread rumours. Are you really using Dean's death to push and force others to accept gay lifestyle? Dean? His death in particular? For all of his years on this earth. For all of the times that the lifestyle he chose was known. You only serve to insult a man on ice. Shame on you for using Dean's death for this purpose. To do the same thing that you do not want to be done to you. You persons who are pushing your own agendas are cowards. Dean would not appreciate this. So sad you are.

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  43. Dean Brown please stop spreading LIES! We are not attacking gays in Jamaica! We are one of the most "tolerant" anti-gay countries in the world. Remember I used the term "anti-gay" I walk around in the capital of Kingston where we see them everyday. They go to the same salons as any female in Jamaica. Unu need fi stop the foolishness!!! We not targeting gays, if that was the case we would have killed off almost half the population as a number of our citizens are either full fledged gays or bi-sexuals. It is unfortunate that Dean was murdered - it's really a crying shame. But in a number of these cases they are usually "crime of passion" or the villians are usually from within the "gay community"

    It was wrong for them to brutally murder the young "cross-dresser" but he gambled and loss. Our culture is not readily receptive to persons who try to decieve others in that fashion. His decision was not necessarily smart as he went to a "regular" party to dance with "regular" men under the desguise as a "regular" woman. It was deceptive and foolish! I repeat - they were cruel and wrong to have killed him. It was wrong! But his decision was not a smart one.

    We are not in the business of killing members of the "gay community" as many of us have at least one member of the family that is gay. So stop telling lies! Stop!

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    1. its also unfortunate that we are tolerant, should not be. dont regret the killing of any battyboy who doesnt want to change

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  45. Some of the comments made are far from the truth. He told them before he died who attacked him. The man was held and is now being questioned he admitted to killing him. Moriah's car and other personal items were found in his possession. The paper said that a picture of the suspect was in Moriah's kitchen. He was killed by his lover not law abiding Jamaican citizen's

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  46. All homosexuals who does not decide to stop having sex with men (and as far as i know they hardly change) must become extinct. JAMAICA FOR LIFE, only a pity that soon or later more Jamaicans will accept them and the law will change to give them more right. but the world need a cleansing of all you nausty dirty unclean abominable people. either you change or vapourise!!!

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  47. for God sake these battyboys are not gays they are homosexuals

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