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#JaVotes2016: 'Lie she a tell!' - JLP supporters deny Brown Burke's claim of intimidation

Published:Thursday | February 25, 2016 | 11:15 AM
PNP vice president Angela Brown Burke (centre) speaks to a member of the security forces shortly after an argument between herself and supporters of the Jamaica Labour Party at the Mountain View Primary School in the St Andrew Easten constituency.

Voters at the Mountain View Primary School, in the Eastern St Andrew constituency,  have refuted claims made by PNP Vice President Angela Brown Burke that PNP indoor agents at the polling station have been intimidated.

JLP supporters blocked the gate and denied Brown Burke entrance to the polling station.

"A lie she a tell, no gun man no hold them up. Look how much police and soldier deh ya , if dat did happen dem wudda do something bout it," a JLP supporter told The Gleaner.

Other JLP supporters demanded that Brown Burke leave the polling station.

"She needs to leave, she just come to make mischief," another JLP supporter said.