June 26, 2010

Accused Jamaican Drug Lord Pleads 'Not Guilty' in New York City Court

"Christopher "Dudus" Coke could face a life sentence if convicted in a U.S. court. What incredible stories might he tell in a plea bargain about the relationships between Jamaica's dons and the country's outwardly respectable politicians and businessmen? It's also interesting to speculate about whether any of these Jamaicans over the years played the anti-American card, cozied up to certain American politicians from New York and Massachusetts (among others), and delivered high-minded speeches in the United Nations and other venues."

--"Obama's Fruitless Quest to Extradite A Drug Thug," American Thinker, March 7, 2010

"If Jamaica's most notorious drug kingpin makes it into a U.S. courtroom, one can only guess at what incredible stories he might tell about his country's drug trade. No doubt, some of Jamaica's political and business elites are very worried."
--"Obama's Lesson in Realpolitik," American Thinker, May 21, 2010

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