Day 4 and 5 of Adidja Vybz Kartel Palmer trial brought some major development in Vybz Kartel’s alleged murder case that is still ongoing before the Home Circuit court in Kingston, Jamaica.
Already two senior superintendent police men took the stand to re call the operations that lead to Vybz Kartel and his co-accused arrest at the end of September 2011.
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Superintendent of police Cornwall Ford was cross-examined by defense attorneys Tom Tavares-Finson, representing Vybz Kartel, and Miguel Lorne, representing Shawn “Storm” Campbell.
Finson asked Ford if he had notified the press of the massive police operation that lead to Vybz Kartel’s and co-accused arrest. Ford replied that he had no communication with the press, but on the day of Vybz Kartel’s arrest on September 30, 2011, there were a lot of TV cameras and other members of the media posted.
Tavares-Finson told Ford that it was a ply bythe police force to prejudice the case against his client. There were also reports in the media claiming that police officers say there was a burnt decomposed body found in the burnt down house in Havendale, St. Andrew. However, the senior police officer say he is not authorized to speak on behalf of the police force.
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Clive Williams’ sister, who was very emotional on the witness stand, broke up in tears the day before and told the court that her brother and Shawn “Storm” Campbell were close friends ,when she was asked by attorney Lorne confirming that her brother appeared in some of Shawn Storm’s music videos and that she said she just wanted to know if he still alive, since few days before his disappearance he was holding an illegal gun and he opened fired against somebody and then he started fear for his own life. For security reasons she gave him the sum of 3000 Jamaican dollars for him to go away and she never heard from him since.
The trial is currently underway in court. Keep reloading for updates.real deal