Vybz Kartel Wasn’t at The House When Lizard Was Killed, Said Lawyer
The lead attorney in the Vybz Kartel murder appeal case, Valerie Neita-Robertson told the Appeals Court on Wednesday that her client could not have been at a Havendale, St Andrew house where Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams was killed as Kartel was at a Corporate Area hospital when the alleged murder was committed.
Neita-Robertson said the entertainer arrived at a Corporate Area hospital at 7:48 pm on the same day of the incident.
“It would mean that Mr Palmer would not be at the house when this (the murder) happened,” the Queens Counsel told the court.
Neita-Robertson argued that this information challenges the accuracy of cell tower information that was used during the entertainer’s 2014 murder trial.
Evidence was given by police Inspector Warren Williams, who heads the police cyber crimes unit, that cell tower information placed Kartel at the Havendale house at 7:52 pm.
However, Neita-Robertson pointed to evidence given by the main prosecution witness that he arrived at the house at 8:00 pm, witnessed the events that unfolded and then took Kartel to the hospital close to 9:00 pm.