Prosecution Has A Weak Case, Vybz Kartel Optimistic He Will Walk Free

After the first week of Vybz Kartel high profile murder trial, the dancehall star and his legal team are optimistic about breaking the case.

During the first week, the prosecution called five witnesses to testify, one of which is a crime scene investigator and another is a woman who said she heard the gun shots and discovered the victim’s body.

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A source close to Vybz Kartel, who visit him regularly behind bars, told Dancehall HipHop that the self proclaim Worl’Boss is optimistic about walking free.

“The prosecution has a weak case because Addi is innocent and all this was fabricated from the beginning,” the source said. “Everything is coming to light now that the trial is going on, all the lies and fabrication and witness intimidation from police. Addi will walk free.”

The trial will continue next week in the Home Circuit Court and a verdict could be reached as early as the end of the week.

Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, along with two other men are on trial for the murder of promoter Barrington “Bossie” Burton.

If found guilty, Vybz Kartel could spend the rest of his life behind bars.