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Vybz Kartel Trial: Judge Told Jury To Focus On Evidence

 
 
 

Vybz Kartel verdict

Justice Lennox Campbell continued his instructions to the 11-member jury in Vybz Kartel high profile murder trial in the Home Circuit court today.

The judge told jury to on conclude on a verdict base on the evidence presented to them particularly the series of text messages.

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The prosecution presented several text messages allegedly sent between the victim and his girlfriend and also betweem Shawn Storm and Vybz Kartel.

Clive Williams allegedly sent several text messages to his girlfriend on August 16, 2011 telling her that he is in fear of his life.

There were also several text and BBM messages taken from a Blackberry Torch belonging to Vybz Kartel. But the defense are saying that the phone was being used while in was in the custody of the police.

Justice Lennox Campbell highlighted that Patrick Linton admitted on the stand that the phone was tampered with while in police possession.

The Judge also told the jury to pay close attention to the timing of the text messages sent on the day of the alleged murder.

The judge will continue his summation of the case on Monday. He told jury that next week will be their final week in court.

Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, along with “Storm” Campbell, Kahira Jones, André St John, and Shane Williams are jointly charged for the murder of their former associate Clive “Lizard” Williams.

The Crown says Williams was beaten to death on August 16, 2011 at Kartel’s house in Havendale over two missing firearms.

His body was never found.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • max

    It’s definitely taking longer than necessary

  • Eric Gumenu Zagatie

    Evrytym its next wik, that wik wil neva kam? Uf

  • geova12

    vybz ina him guard chain lol

  • https://www.org.com this me

    everyone’s been doubting and questioning kartel’s faith and now ppl are witnessing it in its truest form and its still not satisfying to hypocrites. Regardless of the circumstances, or how long it takes for a person to show their faith, ppl do not have any authority to judge or condemn anyone else because the critics are no better than the person they criticize. Just because ppl were unaware before of how faithful addi is, they take it as a big joke to see it now, but no man is better than another man, and only Jah’s judgement of him will matter so save unnu breath and go look something positive/constructive to do with unnu self-righteousness.

  • Tweley

    “Justice Lennox Campbell highlighted that Patrick Linton admitted on the stand that the phone was tampered with while in police possession.” – Throw this case out