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VYBZ KARTEL TRIAL UPDATE: OFFENCES THAT CAN TRIGGER WIRETAPPING Featured

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The Vybz Kartel murder trial has opened up debate on the use of wiretapping to combat terrorism offences. Is it right that Vybz Kartel's private conversations be recorded and used against him as laid out in provisions under the Terrorism Prevention Act. Here is the list of offences which can trigger wiretapping to include terrorism offences as defined by the Terrorism Prevention Act, 2005: . sale or trafficking of children; . activities that are contrary to the offences Against the Person Act such as forcible abduction, procuring defilement by threats or fraud or administering drugs and child stealing; and . aiding and abetting or conspiring to commit any of the scheduled offences
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