Convicted Murderer Michael McLean Gets Life Sentence

Jamaica News, April 12, 2018 – Convicted Murderer Michael McLean Gets Life Sentence

St Thomas, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – 50-year-old convicted murderer Michael McLean, was sentenced to life in prison in the Home Circuit Court on Thursday, April 12, 2018, for murdering six members of a St Thomas family in 2006.

McLean was ordered to serve 20 years on each before being eligible for parole.

The judge ruled that McLean must serve 60 years on the first three counts, however, Mclean has already served 12 years which will be deducted. Therefore, he will serve another 48 years before parole eligibility.

The other three sentences will run concurrently to the first three.

McLean continues to deny having anything to do with the murders and was adamant that he was not given a fair trial.

Michael McLean was found guilty on March 6, for the Murders of two women and four children; his girlfriend, Terry-Ann Mohammed; her son, eight-year-old Jesse O’Gilvie, Mohammed’s niece, Patrice Martin-McCool along with her children, six-year-old Jihad McCool, three-year-old Lloyd McCool, and nine-year-old Sean Chin.

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