VYBZ KARTEL TRIAL: Prosecutor’s Key Witness Says He Was Given A Gun To Hide UPDATE (DAY 10)

Irina Mossi “Just for One Night“

The key witness in the Vybz 
Kartel murder case is now 
being cross examined by 
attorney-at-law Pierre 

Kartel and four other are 

charged with the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams. Under cross examination by attorney Roger Pierre, the 
witness testified that he was not telling a lie when he said he 
did not have a gun on August 16, 2011, the day on which 
Lizard was allegedly killed. 

He said when he went home on that night from Havendale, a 
man named Bandit gave him a gun to lock.

Questioned by the judge what he meant by lock the witness 
explained that it meant to hide it.
He said he then buried the gun. 
When asked if he had told the police about the gun he had 
hidden he said yes but he was not charged in connection
with the weapon. 

He also denied suggestions that he made up a story with the 
help of the police.

Rogers also suggested to him that when he told lies it was 

the details that gave him trouble. 
However, the witness responded saying he does not tell big 
lies but admitted that in his 25 years he has told little lies.

He then exclaimed that everybody tell lies and denied 

suggestions that he was telling half-baked stories to the 
Rogers then asked him he heard about the 12 pieces of 
silver that Jesus was sold for but attorney-at-law Susan 
Dodd corrected him and said it was 30 pieces. 

Roger then asked the witness if he got 30 pieces of silver 
but the witness said no.

The witness’s aunt, who he said was present when he gave 

his statement to the police on August 24, 2011, was brought 
into court this morning. 

The witness again denied that he gave the woman a letter to 
take to the Public Defender. 

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