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Kingston — LGBT Jamaicans are vulnerable to both physical and barbarella sexy violence and many live in constant fear, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
They are taunted, threatened, fired from their jobs, thrown out of their homes, or worse: Human Rights Watch found that police investigations are often inadequate or lacking altogether, in some cases due to homophobia within the police force.
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High levels of violent crime, public mistrust of the police force, low levels of crime reporting, low prosecution rates, and a perception that the criminal justice system is skewed against the poor are factors that affect all Jamaicans. But LGBT Jamaicans, especially those who are poor and unable to live in safer, liza lapira short affluent areas, are particularly vulnerable. Human Rights Watch conducted five weeks of field research in Jamaica in April and Juneinterviewing 71 LGBT people, as well as government officials and other homemade.
Of the 56 cases of violence documented, 19 victims had reported these crimes to the police.
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But police took formal statements in only 8 cases, and only 4 led to arrests or prosecutions. Those who did not file police reports, across the board, told Human Rights Watch that they were afraid of facing further discrimination at the hands of the police, or that sex believed the police would take no action to assist them.