Holding that substantial evidence, including arrest warrants, an investigation letter, contemporaneous newspaper articles, and an INTERPOL Red Notice, supported the agency's conclusion that there was probable cause to believe that the Petitioner had committed a serious nonpolitical crime in his country of origin, Jamaica. Also holding that Petitioner failed to meet his burden on his CAT claim because he had not shown that Jamaican authorities would torture him, nor had he identified any particular individuals or groups who might torture him with the acquiescence of the Jamaican authorities. 

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