Kingston, Jamaica. latest news on vybz kartel’s court Case. The defense in the murder trial of Dancehall DJ Vybz Kartel this morning morning suggested that the prosecution’s main witness Lamar Chow made up the story of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams’ murder, with the help of the police, to get off of a gun charge.
Vybz Kartel, and the other four accused for the killing of dancer Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams returns today to the Home Circuit Court in downtown, Kingston. The Police believes that dancer ‘Lizard’ was murdered on August 16, 2011 two(2) years ago at Vybz karel’s Home in Havendale, St Andrew.
The prosecution is depending on the witness to present a credible case against Kartel and four other men on trial for the August 16, 2011, murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams.
Chow said that on the night of August 16, 2011 when he went home he was given a gun to lock which he buried.
When questioned by the judge, what he meant by lock Chow explained that it meant to hide it.
Attorney Pierre Rogers suggested that he made up the story about Kartel and the other men killing Lizard after the police went to his yard and found that he had a gun.
When asked if he had told the police about the gun he had hidden he said yes but he was not charged in connection with the weapon.
The witness denied suggestions by the defense that he made up a story with the help of the police.
Rogers also suggested to him that when he told lies it was the details that gave him trouble.
However, the witness responded saying he does not tell big lies but admitted that in his 25 years he has told little lies.
He then exclaimed that everybody tell lies and denied suggestions that he was telling half-baked stories to the court.
The witness said he was not charged by the police but denied that this was in exchange for him making up a story about Kartel.
He said that he wasn’t charged because the police did not find the gun he has.
Rogers then said that the witness “sold the accused men for 30 pieces of silver just like Judas did Jesus”.
The witness’s aunt, who he said was present when he gave his statement to the police on August 24, 2011, was brought into court this morning.
The witness again denied that he gave the woman a letter to take to the Public Defender.
Lamar Chow told the court that he and Shawn ‘Storm’ Campbell were childhood friends. He also said it was more than one gun that went missing.
Kartel, whose given name is Adidja Palmer; Shawn Campell alias ‘Shawn Storm’; Kahira Jones; Andre St. John and Shane Williams are jointly on trial for the August 2011 murder of Portmore dancer Clive ‘Lizard” Williams.