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Could producers be locked up for releasing new Kartel songs??? @one876 Featured

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Could producers be locked up for releasing songs for Vybz Kartel while he is in prison? That is the question hanging over the heads of dancehall insiders as it seems that the World Boss is settling in for a long stay behind bars. Most Jamaicans believe that entertainer Vybz Kartel should not be allowed to record and release songs while in prison. For one, the authorities would have to prove when the song was actually recorded, and that could involve seizing computer equipment at the studio in question. A time stamp is created whenever a file is opened, so it could be proven, but would the authorities go so far?

Kartel , whose real name is Adidja Palmer, was sentenced a week ago along with three co-accused to life imprisonment for the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams. During the sentencing questions were raised by presiding judge Lennox Campbell regarding the issue of the popular dancehall DJ being allowed to continue producing music while in prison.
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DID KARTEL SHED A TEAR??? @one876 @bounce876

Did Kartel shed a tear when he left the courtroom upon hearing the verdict of GUILTY???

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