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Court hears more voice notes from Kartel

Monday, January 27, 2014 | 1:33 PM    

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KINGSTON, Jamaica -- More voice notes and images taken from a video were played and displayed in court during the Vybz Kartel murder trial Monday morning.

A voice note which was sent on the 16th of August 2011, and attributed to a phone being used by Vybz Kartel stated "Dweet we dweet man, a mad ra** thing”. 

Yet another one stated, "Yes, a problem child, if dem cut, a weh dem a go cut go? a dat a di ra** question hombre. Dem deh man deh can’t cut, but if dem ever cut Shawn Storm a go buy dem back".

The court was also shown images of a man with what appeared to a dog bite on his left calf and of another man with 'Wold boss' tattooed on his left and right forearm who was sitting beside Vybz Kartel in a group photo.

When the court resumes its afternoon sitting, more damning blackberry messages are being expected to be read by Detective Sergeant Patrick Lynton who has been on the witness stand since last week.

Popular entertainer Kartel and four co-accused are on trial for the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams believed to  be killed on August 16 the same day of the voice notes.

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