Jamaican Gangs

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Jamaica is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. The country is also home of the fastest man and fastest woman in the world.

But like every other country, Jamaica has its flaws as well. The country is also home of some of the most potent ganja (marijuana) farms in the world. People in Jamaica are known for using drugs, and that business has become quite popular among gangs.

The government does not do much to prevent gangs from selling drugs. People at Jamaica know they are happy, and they are not always happy with how the media portrays them.

The Jamaican Gangs documentary was filmed several years ago, but things have not changed a lot since then. Corruption is still very high in Jamaica, and the country has actually taken a step back in recent years.

And where there is corruption, there are gangs, mafia, and illegal businesses.

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