After 8 appearances in court, Dancehall entertainer Shacquelle Clarke more popularly known as Quada has still not been able to enter a plea to the court with latest reports stating that his court date was pushed back because of a pause in proceedings.
Quada was charged in January of the year 2020, for murder and arson, an incident that took place in Sterling Castle, St. Andrew where a man by the name of Miguel Williams was beaten then burned inside of the house he was staying.
The motive behind the killing came because a little girl went missing and was found later dead. The deceased man got the blame for the murder and was then attacked in a mob fashion where he later met his death.
Shacquelle Clarke was later picked up by the police and charged.
The new date that was set by the presiding Judges is April 27, and although Quada is said by his lawyer Bianca Samuels to be in cooperation with the process, the attorney said the entertainer was also “exasperated”.