Dillian Johnson

Dillian Johnson gets his UK residence permit

Dillian Johnson who was granted humanitarian protection is preparing to move to Scotland after he was granted his biometric residence permit in the United Kingdom on Monday.

John­son, an ex-friend of Chief Justice Ivor Archie, fled the coun­try in De­cem­ber 2017 af­ter he was shot at his Gas­par­il­lo home.

He claimed then that he was a vic­tim of a tar­get­ed hit.  

He had initially applied for asylum in the UK but was refused and instead granted humanitarian protection for the next five years.

UK Gov't grants Johnson humanitarian protection

by Mark Bassant -Exclusive

Dillian Johnson who fled the country in December 2017 after he was shot at his Gasparillo home and claimed that he was a victim of a targeted hit, has been granted humanitarian protection in the United
Kingdom.

"I just feel vindicated," was Johnson's laconic response to a question sent to him via email.

Cops to question cops in Johnson's shooting

A Special Forces soldier, a police officer and a former security head are expected to be interviewed by officers of the Anti-Corruption and Investigations Bureau(ACIB) into the shooting of Dillian Johnson who was shot outside his home on December 3rd, 2017.

Following the shooting, Johnson fled the country to the United Kingdom on December 29th that year claiming he was the victim of a targeted hit.