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Mario Assad is now fully aware of the Gaza : Vybz Kartel Trial DAY 18 Featured

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It appears that Mario Assad, group chief technology officer at telecoms provider Digicel, is aware of the 'Gaza', the geographical area in the Middle East, and now he has certainly been made aware of the offshoot that has sprung up in the crime-ridden area of Waterford and has been 'rebranded' to support Vybz Kartel.

He testified at the trial in the Home Circuit Court on Friday, and under cross examination from Michael Lorne, was asked if he supported the Gaza, a question that triggered an objection from the prosecution.
After his testimony, the jurors were told to return next Tuesday, as on Monday, the court will continue hearing in their absence the evidence of Sergeant Patrick Linton, former head of the police cybercrimes unit. Linton, who has been testifying since last week Thursday, was given a break yesterday.
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