Four years ago, Vybz Kartel was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Clive Williams. Since then, his defense team has been fighting to get the singer exonerated from all charges, but the prosecution insists on keeping him locked up. Recently though, a text message emerged that the prosecution wants to use as an admission of guilt.
Yet, Vybz's defense team claims that the phone that the text was sent from was contamination by the police.
This made Vybz Kartel's trial a whole lot more complicated then since the message from Kartel's phone is being used as an admission of guilt. The text itself reading;
The defense though is claiming that the evidence was allegedly tampered with by the police. Vybz's defense team argued that disjointed and incomplete text messages were being presented as evidence in the courtroom. Additionally, they said that there were inconsistent times given for the text messages themselves, and the files on when they were created."Between me and you, a chop wi chop up di bwoy lizard fine fine and dash him weh nuh. As long as wi a live dem can never find him."
the lead prosecutor, Jeremy Taylor, argued that even if the phone evidence is dismissed there are 19 other pieces of circumstantial evidence that he feels would lead the jury to reach a guilty verdict.
Only time will tell what happens to Vybz Kartel, and whether he gets released or not. Let's see which side Justice falls on.