Vybz Kartel continues to lash out against Jamaican law enforcement officials for what he calls a conspiracy against him.
Dancehall HipHop obtained a second section of a hand written letter from the “Dancehall Hero” deejay from behind bars where he shed more light on his ongoing trial on two murder charges.
You can read the first section here: Vybz Kartel Sound Off On Jamaican Law Enforcement In Open Letter
According to Vybz Kartel, he was denied bail earlier this month because police officers lied to the court about finding cellphones in his jail cell.
Read what Vybz Kartel has to say below:
“On Saturday, February 16th, 2013, my lawyer Ms. Valrie Neita Robertson showed me a document produced in a bail hearing by the prosecutor signed by a high-ranking member of the J.C.F which states that three cell phones were found in my cell during a search on January 22nd, 2013. My bail was denied based mainly on this blatant lie by the Jamaican police,” he said.
“I would very much like the public and the world at large to read this letter impartially and unbiased and I am demanding that INDECOM, human rights organizations and the powers that be investigate the events that took place on the mornings of November 4th, 2011 and January 22nd, 2013. I have been in custody since the 30th September 2011.”
“P.S. I have written to INDECOM twice, one letter was delivered by my common law wife in early February and one by attorney-at-law Miguel Lorne on or about February 20th, both in 2013, and whilst the true record of the search as it relates to “what was found where” is at the Horizon Remand Centre, I doubt I will get the same equitable outcome at the Gun Court Remand Centre because only their fellow officers (police) work there.”
“Everything as it relates to my case is a fabrication, everything is fabricated. Don’t know whose corn I may have stepped on in the past but it is now coming back to haunt me.”
If this is true then Vybz Kartel is getting a raw deal from the Jamaican Justice System and Law Enforcement officials.
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