Peter Spencer: New Information Released About Jamaican Immigrant Death

Peter Spencer: New Information Released About Jamaican Immigrant Death

Peter Spencer was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds on December 12th. Spencer planned a camping and hunting trip with a former coworker (a white man) and the coworker’s other friends (also all white).

Spencer’s fiancé dropped him off around 9pm on December 11th and never heard from him again. Around 2:26am on December 12th, police arrived to tell his fiancé that he had been found dead.

Pennsylvania State Police said a 25-year-old man was taken into custody and multiple guns were located at the scene, but no charges have been filed due to the suspect claiming self defense.

Venango County District Attorney Shawn White expects the autopsy report in three to four weeks. State police continue to investigate the case.

Paul Jubas has been retained by the family of Peter Spencer to oversee the investigation into Peter’s shocking murder.

The family of Peter Spencer released the photos of his deceased body because of the lack of transparency, and pictures that appear to contradict the Venango Co. Coroner’s claims about the number of shots to Peter’s chest.

Peter Spencer’s family has demanded that the FBI/Department of Justice get involved in the investigation and provide transparency. They also want Venango County coroner to turn over all photos and other pertinent information to forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht.

Sha’Carri Richardson Passes on Free Vacation Trip to Jamaica

Sha’Carri Richardson Passes on Free Vacation Trip to Jamaica

After finishing last place in the most hyped race in Track & Field in Eugene, Oregon, on Saturday, Sha’Carri Richardson was offered a free complimentary vacation to Jamaica.

Richardson ran a 11.14 at the Nike Prefontaine Classic. Jamaican sprinters Elaine Thompson-Herah, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, and Sherika Jackson went 1-2-3 just like the Olympics. Thompson-Herah closed in on Florence Griffith Joyner world record in 100M dash (10.49) after running a time of 10.54 on Saturday.

Delroy Allen, owner and managing director of Takuma Boutique Hotel in Montego Bay, extended a complimentary one-week, all-inclusive vacation stay for the American sprinter and sixth fastest woman in history, Sha’Carri Richardson.

Sha’Carri Richardson responds to free vacation to Jamaica in a series of photos on her Instagram, “Been there, done that….”

Meet the Four Americans and their Caribbean Love Interests from Barbados,Jamaica, Costa Rica, and Panama

Meet the Four Americans and their Caribbean Love Interests from Barbados,
Jamaica, Costa Rica, and Panama

Is the Caribbean truly a lovers’ paradise? Four couples find out in the new series, LOVE IN PARADISE: THE CARIBBEAN, premiering on discovery+, the definitive nonfiction, real-life subscription streaming service on July 18th. Previously announced at the Upfronts this past May, this sexy docu-soap will follow four couples who found love in the Caribbean and are hopeful their relationships will continue, despite the miles and drama between them.

With relationships in various phases including a holiday fling that turned serious and even a vacation romance that turned into a pregnancy, the Americans are hopeful their romance with their local islander works out once the blue skies and suntans fade. Follow along as these couples dip their toes in the water and dive head first for a shot at true love.

The couples featured in the inaugural season are:

ARYANNA (Quincy, IL) & SHERLON (Orange Bay, Jamaica)

Nine months ago, Aryanna vacationed in Jamaica and met Sherlon, a tall Jamaican man who runs his dad’s tour boat business, in addition to working at a resort for swingers. Now six months pregnant with Sherlon’s baby, Aryanna is going back to Jamaica to convince him to move to the US so they can get married and raise their child together. But, will Sherlon agree to leave his island life for a woman he barely knows?

MARTINE (Miami, FL) & STEVEN (Barbados)
On a Caribbean cruise three years ago, Steven asked Martine to dance and the two have been grinding on and off dance floors ever since. However, Martine’s trust has been shaken since learning Steven cheated, so she’s flying to Barbados to decide if their relationship is worth saving.

MARK (Huntington Beach, CA) & KEY (Bocas del Toro Panama)

Free spirits Mark and Key, who met in Bocas del Toro ten years ago, fell in love while Mark helped her through the most difficult time of her life after she overdosed. Now, they have reconnected after nine years and Mark is headed back to Bocas to ask Key to move to California to be with him, but Key isn’t exactly the same girl he met nearly a decade ago.

AMBER (Seminole, FL) & DANIEL (Jaco, Costa Rica)

After meeting three years ago while Amber was vacationing in Costa Rica, she and Daniel are now ready to get married. But Amber, who has spent the last year financially supporting Daniel and spearheading their K-1 Visa application, has become resentful and wonders if she’s committing to a life as Daniel’s “mother,” rather than his wife.

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LOVE IN PARADISE: THE CARIBBEAN is produced by Sharp Entertainment, an Industrial Media company.

Osime Brown: Autistic Black Man Face Deportation To Jamaica

Osime Brown: Autistic Black Man Face Deportation To Jamaica

Osime Brown is 22 year old, from the United Kingdom. At the age of 16, Osime was diagnosed with autism. Shortly after, he moved into local authority care and was in 28 care home placements within a year.

During this period, Osime was arrested in 2018 over the theft of a phone in a street robbery, despite a witness for the defence stating Osime had not taken the phone and had in fact asked the other teens carrying out the robbery to stop.

Two years after the incident, in 2018, Osime was sentenced to 5 years in prison. He is now facing deportation to Jamaica, where he has no family network there and is vulnerable to negative influences, peer pressure and bullying. If sent there, he will arrive at the airport on the other side with nothing and no one and he is highly vulnerable.

Osime is extremely stressed, suffering meltdowns, self injuring, has developed a heart condition which has meant he has had to endure two operations, resulting in a recording device being placed into his heart.