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Several witnesses told Human Rights Watch that police participated in the abuse that ultimately led to this mob killing, first beating the man with batons and then urging others to beat him because he was homosexual.
" Many others celebrated Williamson's murder, laughing and calling out, "let's get them one at a time," "that's what you get for sin," "let's kill all of them." Some sang "boom bye bye," a line from a popular Jamaican song about killing and burning gay men.
The testimony of Vincent G., twenty-two, is typical of the accounts documented by Human Rights Watch: "I don't live anywhere now.... In some cases the police themselves harass and attack men they perceived to be homosexual.
Police also actively support homophobic violence, fail to investigate complaints of abuse, and arrest and detain them based on their alleged homosexual conduct.
Women who have sex with women: women who engage in sexual behavior with other women, but do not necessarily identify as "gay," "homosexual," "lesbian" or "bisexual." Many Jamaicans speak "patois" or Jamaican creole in addition to Caribbean Standard English.
The following patois words and phrases appear in this report: battyman: "Batty" is slang meaning buttocks.