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Vybz Kartel Trial: Juror Stalled Case

There will be no court session in Vybz Kartel high profile murder trial in the Home Circuit court today.

Last week the judge instructed jurors to return to court on Thursday of this week, after one juror will miss court for medical reasons.

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The said juror will also be absent from court tomorrow and Wednesday is a public holiday in Jamaica.

On Thursday, Justice Lennox Campbell will issue jury instructions before sending off the 11 jurors to deliberate and return a verdict.

Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, Shawn “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 by the accused men on August 16, 2011 at the dancehall star’s house in Havendale.

Authorities says he was killed over two missing firearms owned by Kartel.

His body has yet to be found.


  1. hands are clean

    Kartel when JESUS take you out of this mess come out with a message, am not saying you are not guilty, and am not saying you are guilty, the bible say judge no one and let no one judge you, bible me work with, kartel when you come out write songs that make peace bring back the people together, too much blood shed in JAMAICA look how small it is, it is bad people stop killing your brother and sister like ANIMALS, it is a disgrace peace please peace, I love my country and fraid to live in my country it should not be like this, intervine JESUS shake up these people,

  2. Give the men a break

  3. Really doe………..

  4. E boss nuh free yet e Boss nuh love man suh fly e fu—ng gate

  5. a waste of scarce resources

  6. Not surprised, it’s almost like a game or strings are being pulled behind the scenes. How hard is it to come to a conclusion. JA police is scared to lose face if he is found not guilty.