Twenty-Five-year-old Steve Stewart, who plead guilty in February and was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in the murders; testified against his accomplice in Alexander’s trail for the murders.
Stewart testified the mask and gloves used in the murder of the husband and wife where supplied by Alexander in the planning of the robbery at the couple’s home.
He testified that it was Alexander who first attacked Mr Hall as he entered his home, tied him up and put Stewart in charge of standing guard over the homeowner at knife point.
Stewart went all to tell the jurors that Mr. Hall then broke free, managed to get the knife away from him and used it to stab him (Stewart) several times; he said he ran from the room after he was stabbed.
On entering the living room, he saw Alexander strangling Norma-Lyn Hall with a shirt.
Stewart testified that, Alexander also strangled Mr Hall with a shirt.
Stewart admitted that assisted Alexander in dumping the bodies in bushes, miles away from the couple’s home.
He testified that after dumping the bodies, Alexander dropped him off at a bus stop near the St Ann’s Bay Hospital.
Stewart said Alexander then took Mrs. Hall’s Toyota Rav4 to Montego Bay, St James, trying to sell the vehicle.
On Thursday, after 25 minutes, jurors returned with a verdict of guilty, convicting Alexander of the murders.