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File Jailed reggae star Buju Banton's managers have reportedly retained Miami lawyer David Oscar Markus, a rising star in the American justice system, to represent him. Tracii McGregor, president of Banton's Gargamel Music Incorporated, is quoted as
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It's Not an Easy Road - Supporting Him in his Struggles', was posted just days after Banton's December 10 arrest in Miami. A posting on the site, created by a group identifying themselves as Irie Jamz, said: "This page was created so that the focused
radio station in Fort Lauderdale, he said based on the tone of callers to his daily 'Open Mic' show, this may be the case. "Last Monday (December 14) there was absolute support for him. Most people were saying, 'nuthin' cyaan go so'," Barnes
The website reported that McGregor, in an interview with CaribWorldNews regarding Buju Banton's drug charges, insisted that Banton, born Mark Anthony Myrie, was innocent. She also stated that the label would pursue the best legal team to prove his
What a plot dem a plot 'gainst I and I..." sang Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers in 1983. Some in the reggae community might feel that the above lyric describes the predicament that Grammy-nominated artist Buju Banton finds himself in. The veteran
IF IT was ganja, we would understand," said 58-year-old Daphne King from her gate at 47 Whitehall Avenue, Kingston 8, next door to the premises where embattled reggae artiste Buju Banton is said to have spent many of his childhood days.
Jennifer Haigh ``Thanks perhaps to the rainy Boston summer, I'm in an Irish mood. I just finished Neil Jordan's brilliant novel Shade , about a murdered starlet who tells her tragic life story from beyond the grave. I'm now reading Stalking Irish
Buju Banton waives bail hearing in Miami Jamaican reggae star Buju Banton will fight the drug charge against him in Tampa instead of Miami. Banton waived his bail hearing Wednesday in Miami federal court. His case is being prosecuted in Tampa, where
We believe that (by) framing the story against the backdrop of gay organisations' protests against him provides the clear basis for insinuating that Banton's most unfortunate experience could in some way be linked to the international gay community. "