Ninja Man’s ongoing trial continues.
According to our Music News source, the deejay was seen scratching his head today as he sat in the dock listening to the argument presented by his attorney, Valrie Neita Robertson.
On Monday, the dancehall deejay continued his unsworn statement and denied being involved in any murder. Ninja Man’s two co-accused who are his son Jamiel and Dennis Clayton also gave unsworn statements saying they were innocent of the charge.
The dancehall veteran was absent from court for a few days due to poor health but was back in court since last week Thursday.
The trial began on October 17.
The men are on are on trial for the murder of Ricardo Johnson also called Trooper who was fatally shot eight years ago on Marl Road, Kingston 11.
The men were on bail but Justice Gayle remanded them in custody when the trial started.
They will remain in custody until the trial is completed.