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Vybz Kartel’s Appeal Trial To Begin Today

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Vybz Kartel’s Appeal Trial To Begin Today

The ‘Fever’ deejay’s legal team comprises top-flight attorneys Tom Tavares-Finson, Valerie Neita Robertson, and Bert Samuels.

Vybz Kartel, whose given name Adidja Palmer, and his co-accused Campbell, Kahira St Jones, and Andre St John, were convicted in 2014 for the murder of Clive “Lizard” Williams and given life sentences.

According to Kartel’s attorney, Tom Tavares-Finson they seek to challenge the conviction on several grounds, including much of the evidence that was deemed as admissible during the landmark trial.

Sources close to the Gaza camp revealed that the “Worl’ Boss” is remaining cautiously optimistic as he is quite aware that the “system is against him.”

Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adidjah Palmer was convicted along with three other men including Shawn “Storm” Campbell, Kahira Jones, and André St John, while a fifth man Shane Williams was freed

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Li èk Èkwi Kwéyòl Èpi FRC

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The Monsignor Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) is offering two special virtual Creole Classes, on Tuesday October 20th and Thursday, October 22nd at 5:30 pm

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ECCO WELCOMES GOV’T PROPOSED MANDATE TO GUARANTEE AIRPLAY FOR OECS/LOCAL MUSIC

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The Eastern Caribbean Collective for Music Rights [ECCO] has given the nod to the Prime Minister who has signalled his intention to draft new legislation to make it mandatory for music from Saint Lucia and the OECS to get airplay on local radio stations. ECCO boss David Joseph tells MBC Prime however, further consultation is needed before the potentially game changing legislation is made into law.

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PRIME MINISTER TO PASS LAW MANDATING LOCAL RADIO TO PLAY LOCAL

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Local radio stations could soon be legally required to play music originating from the OECS. The Prime Minister made the announcement during the Real FM talk show News Spin on October 6. One local radio manager says the decision will benefit the local and regional entertainment industry but, believes more consultation is needed to flesh out a more amicable policy.

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