Fish vendor murder trial to begin today

The murder trial of Quaison Jones, who is accused of killing a fish vendor at the Meadowbank wharf in 2011, is scheduled to begin today in the High Court.

A jury was empanelled yesterday before Justice Navindra Singh to preside over the trial. Jones is accused of killing Marlon Greene on January 17 during a fight.

Quaison Jones
Quaison Jones
Marlon Greene
Marlon Greene

According to reports, both men worked at the wharf and on the day of the murder they got involved in a fight and Greene was stabbed several times to his neck.

Jones is being represented by George Thomas while Senior State Counsel Judith Gildharie-Mursalin is presenting the state’s case.

 

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