Despite convicted gangster Uchence Wilson being slapped with a 26-year prison term, perceived lighter sentences for some of his eight cronies dishonour the memories of their victims, a senior Jamaican police officer has said.
Wilson’s marauding gang wreaked havoc throughout St Catherine, Clarendon, St Andrew, St Mary, Manchester, Trelawny, and St Ann, leaving a trail of violence and racking
plunder totalling $400 million, prosecutors argued.
The State signalled on Wednesday that it might pursue the crime lord’s ill-gotten gains, but Wilson appealed that his family was broke.
“All of this is because my girlfriend want to get back her car … . She have di two kids and dem a suffer … . I don’t have any money,” he said in court Wednesday.