KINGSTON, Jamaica — An expert from telecommunications giant, Digicel Jamaica Limited, is now in the early stages of his testimony at the murder trial of dancehall star, Vybz Kartel.
Due to the late arrival of a juror the trial resumed at 11:35 Friday morning, more than an hour and a half late.
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HIGH-END fashion, high-energy music, and intoxicating drink mixes were the order of the evening as patrons partied under stars at the eighth anniversary of Absinthe.
The Red Stripe Light-sponsored event was held at the Terrace Sagicor Building in New Kingston, St Andrew, last Saturday.
By 1:00 am, the venue was filled to its capacity.
DJ Nicco, DJ Denvo, and Dre Day had female patrons trading in their stilettos for flip-flops and sandals in order to dance.
"Red Stripe is pleased to be on board with another edition of Absinthe. Red Stripe Light added the colour to the black and white-themed event, and we forsee continuing our partnership in the future," Red Stripe Brand Manager Erin Mitchell.
From left) Seiko Tsurumaru, Mayumi Yamada, and Mai Yamada
at Absinthe held at the Terrace Sagicor Building in New
Kingston on Saturday. (PHOTO: RICHARD LINDO)
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