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Saturday, 21 May 2011

Bermuda Jury unanimously convicts Kevin Warner of premeditated murder

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He's only 21, yet Kevin Warner has already been involved in two high-profile murder cases on the Island.
Yesterday he was convicted by unanimous jury of the premeditated murder of Dekimo (Purple) Martin on May 28 last year.
Less than two years ago he was one of five young people charged with the killing of 18-year-old Kellon Hill.
College-bound student Mr Hill was murdered as he left a late-night party at Elbow Beach on August 9, 2008.
Prosecutors in the case alleged that one of the suspects Kellan Lewis snatched a gold chain from around Mr Hill's neck, starting a fight.
He later used a knife to stab the victim around his chest and body, causing a fatal wound to his heart, the court heard.
The four other defendants — Warner, Zharrin Simmons, Gary Hollis, and Devon Hairston — were alleged to have taken part in the fight using various weapons. Warner is said to have used a walking cane.
They all denied the allegations and one-by-one all, except Lewis, walked free from court as their lawyers argued there was ‘no case to answer'.
Lewis was initially cleared of the murder after a “hung” jury failed to reach a verdict, but last March was convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to spend 12 years behind bars.
In yesterday's trial, the court heard Warner was a good family friend of Mr Martin's. He was also best friend's with the victim's cousins Kellan and Chelsy Lewis.
No motive had been offered by prosecutor Carrington Mahoney as to why the accused would shoot 24-year-old Mr Martin.
However the court has heard Warner was an associate of the White Hill Crew, while his older brother was a member of the MOB (Money Over B****s) gang.


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