The police released a statement claiming that they have no evidence to support claims that people in Jamaica are being killed in order to harvest their organs for trafficking.
This in response to videos being circulated on social media about women and girls being abducted and killed, and their organs removed.
The head of the police Communications Unit Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay says checks with the country’s pathologists reveal that no body has ever being received, with any vital organs missing.
Superintendent Lindsay says what the police have found is that some of the videos are fake, in that persons have edited them to appear as if the incident happened in Jamaica.
She is calling on persons who may have contrary information about organ harvesting, to contact the police.
However this morning a new voicenote with a photograph of the person who is said to be the head of the very lucrative organ harveting business was released on various popular social media platforms