Firearm License Revoked After 'Target Practice' Video Went Viral
The Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) has revoked the gun licences of Jamaica Labour Party candidate in the 2016 general election Trevor Webb who is under investigation after a video of him shooting at bottles in a man's outstretched hands and one on his head went viral. The licences were revoked on Tuesday by the newly appointed board of the FLA, which is headed by Major General Antony Anderson.
 
Firearm licences which were issued to a security company headed by Mr. Webb have also been revoked.
 
As was first reported on Friday, the police turned the video over to the FLA which has determined that Mr. Webb is unfit to continue holding a firearm.
 
In the 45 second video, which is filmed in bushes, the human target is seen with a bottle on his head and both hands which are the target of the shooter.
 
The shooter manages to fire bullets at the three bottles accurately.