saved their money to resettle in homes in which they would be comfortable. Far too many of them found that the return was no fairy tale. They have been attacked and robbed of their belongings and their lives. They have been preyed upon by the wicked and the heartless who have no love for their fellow Jamaicans.
Question of the day: Would you want to be in the place of the come-home Jamaicans, many of whom live in fear, looking over their shoulders at every shadow after dark?
This week the news reported, almost back-to-back, about the cases of two women who were found dead in shallow graves. Forty-four-year-old Karen Cleary-brown had come home from England and settled in the parish of St Mary. She had come home after some 20 years living abroad and had been building her dream home. The dream ended when early this week she was found dead. Another report was of an American senior citizen, Nancy Hardy, who had settled in Negril, at the other end of the island. Unhappily, she too was found dead, days after being reported missing.