Reggae artist Jah Cure sentenced to six years in prison.

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Jah Cure
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Jamaican reggae crooner, Jah Cure, was today sentenced to 6 years in prison for attempted manslaughter in the Netherlands.

The Free the Cure singer had claimed self-defense but that plea was rejected by the judge. He was found not guilty of attempted murder.

The 43-years old man was sentenced to six years in prison – with credit for time served – for attempted manslaughter. The court finds him not guilty of attempted murder. His claim of self-defence was rejected by the court,” Franklin Wattimena, press officer of the Netherlands Public Prosecution Service, told 18 Karat Reggae.

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Jah Cure’s legal team wasted no time in filing an appeal to the judge’s ruling.

Jah Cure is no stranger to trouble with the law. He was charged with illegal possession of a firearm, rape and robbery with aggravation and following his conviction, received a 15-year sentence in 1999, but was released early in 2007 after serving eight years. Four years later, he went on trial on drug possession charges after police found a small quantity of marijuana in the artiste’s motor vehicle during a spot check in St Andrew.

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