UPDATE ON QUADA’S CASE

Friday, June 26, 2020, 10:23 AM GMT-5

News coming from the murder related case that is currently ongoing for Dancehall artiste Quada is that on Wednesday he faced the court for the charges relating to April 17, 2019, death of Miguel Williams a 30-year-old man in a St. Andrew community called Sterling Heights

The artiste who goes by the birth name Shaquelle Clarke was arrested on January 15, 2020, in relation to the killing of Williams. The home of Williams who it is said had involvement in the murder of Shantae Skyers was burned.

The little girl is said to have gone missing in 2019 and was raped and murdered and Williams was found in connection to the act. His home was invaded by an angry mob who burned his home and burned him up. Quada alongside another person by the name of Andrew Breakcliff has been charged in connection with the murder in December 2019.

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The artiste who has been on bail since January is being defended by a team of lawyers comprising of Bert Samuels, Bianca Samuels, and Stacy Knight.

According to information provided to a popular radio station by the Artiste legal team, Quada who is facing murder charges is not pleased with the delay in the trial which is currently experiencing hold-ups as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak. They also mentioned that cases have been known to be backlogged for decades without being sent for trial.

The Dancehall Artiste has definitely been looking towards clearing his name at trial however according to the legal team the process was expected to slow up and this is not good for Quada as he only wants to maintain his innocence by the court as soon as possible.

The delay that came with the Wednesday court day was due to the prosection and post mortem not being ready.

Quada who is a protege of popcaan and hails from the parish of St. Andrew is well known for hits such as “Hail” and “More money more life”.






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