JAMAICAN artist Spice is at the forefront of the dancehall scene.
That’s across the board, irrespective of any gender division – full stop.
In handing down the sentences to Kartel, Shawn Campbell, Kahira Jones and Andre St.
John, Judge Lennox Campbell said he took into consideration that "there was a great deal of premeditation" in Williams' death, as well as the concealment of the body and attempts to destroy evidence of the crime. But the saga of dancehall’s self-proclaimed "Worl' Boss" might not be over yet.
"I don't believe this would be allowed if this was not Vybz Kartel on trial.Vybz Kartel Takes On His Critics And, as of March 13, he's also a convicted murderer.Following a 65-day trial said to be the longest in Jamaica’s history, Kartel, whose real name is Adidjah Palmer, was sentenced Thursday to life in prison along with three co-defendants in the August 2011 killing of Clive "Lizard" Williams, an associate killed over missing guns.Michael Dawson, a business associate who co-authored Kartel’s 2012 book and has maintained the artist’s Twitter feed since his initial arrest in September 2011, says he believes Kartel will be vindicated in the appeals process, citing missing evidence, including "smoking gun" text messages, that police testified linked Kartel to the murder.Kartel’s attorneys maintained during trial that the case is the result of a conspiracy by Jamaican police.