Vybz Kartel trial

Vybz Kartel is turning in his prison cell with all the details from his controversial conviction last year coming out.

Accused corrupt juror Livingston Cain is on trial for allegedly trying to bribe the forewoman and other members of the juror. He was arrested just moments after the verdict was read out in court and charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice and five counts of perverting the course of justice.

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Last week Cain’s attorney Valerie Neita-Robertson grilled one member of the jury on the witness stand suggesting that she knew about two jurors that lived on the same street. She also suggested that the daughters of the two female jurors attend the same church.

The trial ended with the conviction of Vybz Kartel, real name Adidja Palmer, his protege Shawn “Storm” Campbell, and his two friends, Andre St John and Kahira Jones.

All men were sentenced to life imprisonment with the possibility of parole in three decades.

Livingston Cain is facing two years in prison if found guilty.

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  1. smh what’s next

  2. “Livingston Cain is facing two years in prison if found guilty.”


    If found guilty that will signal the death knell of any appeal launched by Kartel. Hopefully, Cain does the right thing and exposes the identity of his benevolent benefactor, the one who put up the $500,000 used in his attempt to bribe jurors.

    $500,000…?!?! Who has that kind of money laying around ready to give it away at a moment’s notice?! A football coach, or a World Boss? Time will tell.

  3. He needs to seek asylum once free and sue the s.. Out of JA and every judge,court,media and cop in it