A framed photo collage of Chieftin Campbell at the front of Victoria Town Full Gospel Assemblies church during his funeral service on Saturday. (Photos: Kasey Williams)
MANCHESTER, Jamaica – Scores of mourners are now gathered at the Victoria Town Full Gospel Assemblies for the funeral service of 61-year-old Mandeville mob victim, Chieftin Campbell.
Campbell, who was described as a well-respected citizen and dedicated community member of Victoria Town in southern Manchester, died after a crowd of people beat him on lower Manchester Road on May 6.
Among those in attendance at the funeral are head of the Manchester police Superintendent Lloyd Darby and Councillor Claudia Morant-Baker (Jamaica Labour Party, Porus Division).
Taxi operator, Orlando Powell, who made his first court appearance on June 2, has been charged in relation to Campbell’s death.
A section of the Victoria Town Full Gospel Assemblies church during the funeral service of 61-year-old Mandeville mob victim, Chieftin Campbell.
He is said to have mistakenly identified Campbell as a thief.
– Kasey Williams
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