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Gossip & Rumours Written by  AKA Wednesday, 27 February 2013 21:03 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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      Vybz Kartel has described the two searches conducted by the Caribbean Search Team of his cell at the Gun Court Remand Centre and later, the Horizon Reman Centre.   THE SEARCHES On the 4th of November 2011, a search was done by the Caribbean Search team on my cellblock at the Gun Court Remand Centre. Three cells are on the block where I was located. When the search was done, only a phone battery was found in the cell beside my cell. I was present as well as another remandee in  my cell, plus one remandee in the cell that the battery was found and two remandees in the third cell.   
In addition to the search team comprised on police and JDF soldiers, the police on duty stationed at the Remand Centre were present. Following the search, I was removed to the Horizon Remand Centre that same day and was charged a few days later with “attempting to pervert the course of justice”. When the file relating to my charged was handed over to my lawyer, the police indicated that a phone was found in my cell. 
On Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013, the Caribbean Search Team conducted a search of cell block  S.P 2 of the Horizon Remand Centre, that is the  block where I am located. The cells are numbered 17 to 24, and there are eight cells on the block. A search of my cell #21 was done and nothing was found. No contraband whatsoever. In addition to the search team, warders who work at the Horizon were present, namely Mr. (NAME DELETED), Mr. (NAME DELETED) and Mr. (NAME DELETED). Mr. (NAME DELETED), to my knowledge, being the team leader. All warders present witnessed the search as it is mandatory. Three phones were found in cell 19, occupied by one George Cooper and one phone given to the search team by an occupant of cell 20.
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