Vybz Kartel Trial Update: Jury shown images allegedly taken from Kartel's phone
The Vybz Kartel murder trial continued this morning with the jury being shown images and voice recordings taken from a BlackBerry said to belong to the entertainer.
The images and voice recordings are being presented to the court by Detective Sergeant Patrick Linton, formerly of the Cybercrimes Unit.
In one of the recordings, a voice was heard complaining to a man called ‘Shawn Storm’ about missing things.
The voice was also heard saying individuals took things and “dash dem weh”
The voice was heard telling ‘Shawn Storm’ he wants back his things and he was holding him responsible.
Last Friday, a voice note was played with the voice complaining about a pair of missing shoes.
The voice was also heard saying he told 'Lizard' he had until 8 o’clock that night to return the shoes.
The voice further said that if he did not get back the shoes he was going to kill "one of them".
The prosecution is alleging that Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams was killed on August 16, 2011 at Kartel’s house in Havendale in St Andrew over two missing guns.
This morning, the jury was also shown snapshots of images from a video taken from the BlackBerry phone allegedly belonging to Kartel.
Men were seen in what appeared to be a room in a house.
In one of the images, a light-skinned man was seen in a white shirt with a word ending with the letters ‘ph’.
An image was displayed showing a man who appeared to be Kartel wearing a white shirt with the word ‘triumph’ written across the front.
The jury was also shown images of what appeared to be the injured foot of a light-skinned man.
The injury was said to be on the left leg.
The detective presenting the evidence said Google Maps showed that the image was taken at Russell Heights in Kingston.
Kartel whose real name is Adidja Palmer is charged jointly with fellow entertainer Shawn Campbell also called "Shawn Storm”, Kahira Jones, Shane Williams and Andre St John for Williams’ alleged murder.
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