Businessman's gun licence revoked

November 08, 2017


The personal firearm licence and licences of a security company headed by Trevor Webb, a Jamaica Labour Party candidate in the 2016 general election, have been revoked.

The Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) revoked the gun licences of Webb, who is under investigation after a video of him shooting at bottles on a man's head and in his widely spread hands went viral.

THE STAR understands that the licences were revoked yesterday.

The newly appointed board of the FLA, which is headed by Major General Antony Anderson, made the decision.

The police reportedly turned the video over to the FLA, which has determined that Webb is unfit to continue holding a firearm.

Since the video began making the rounds on social media, users have questioned the competence of Webb and the human target involved.

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