Ninja Man Murder Trial Adjourn Due To Deejay’s Chest Pain

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Ninja Man is currently in the hospital under strict observation after falling ill in court this morning. Ninja Man faces life imprisonment if found guilty of the charge. Sources told Dancehall HipHop that his condition is stable but doctors are treating it as serious due to his celebrity status and the severity of his pain. The dancehall icon’s attorney, Valrie Neita-Robertson, told reporters that the trial was adjourned after he started complaining about severe chest pain and difficulty breathing. According to the police report, Ninja Man and his two co-accused shot and killed Johnson in a yard on Marl Road, Kingston 11, in March 2009. The murder trial is being held on camera in the Home Circuit Court and the judge adjourned the trial a short time of the artist fell ill. Ninja Man, whose real name is Desmond Ballentine, his son Jamiel Ballentine, and another man, Dennis Clayton, are on trial for the murder of Ricardo Johnson, aka Trooper. He was escorted by a police detail to a local hospital in Kingston where he was admitted. The shooting took place shortly after the dancehall deejay’s son Jamiel and the victim had an argument.

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