ex Klansman Member mentions I-Octane during ongoing trial

Recording Artiste I-Octane was mentioned in the Klansman gang trial today (Nov.2).

This, during testimony given by an informant, a former member of the St. Catherine based criminal organisation. Per the Jamaica Observer, the informant referenced multiple visits by himself and alleged leader of the gang Andre “Blackman” Bryan to the St Andrew studio of dancehall artiste I-Octane.

He said the visits occurred while I-Octane recorded music at his Dunrobin Ave. Studio in Kingston.

“More than one time we went to the studio,” the witness said, adding that the facility was located on Dunrobin Avenue going toward Constant Spring Road in a plaza next to a car mart.

He made the disclosure in the course of identifying the accused Fabian Johnson, otherwise called Crocs, who he said accompanied himself and Bryan on those nighttime visits.

I-Octane has not responded to the allegations.

The 33-member Klansman gang are on trial on an indictment with 25 counts under the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organizations) Act and the Firearms Act.

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