Jamaica News, March 7, 2018 – Michael McLean Found Guilty
St Thomas, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – 50-year-old St Thomas businessman, Michael McLean, was found guilty on six counts of murder on Tuesday, March 6.
Thomas who spent the last twelve years at the Remand Centre was found guilty on all six counts following a dismal six weeks Trial in the Home Circuit Court.
When the trial for McLean climax on Tuesday, a seven-man jury voted the unanimous verdict, after they were handed the case earlier that day by the presiding judge, Justice Bertram Morris.
The accused businessman was facing the Court for the murders of six persons in St Thomas in the year 2006.
He was answering to the Capital murder of his girlfriend Terry Ann (Teeny) Mohammed, her son 8-year-old Jesse O’Gilvie, her niece Patrice Martin-McCool along with her 9-year-old son Sean Chin, her other 3-year-old son Lloyd McCool and 6-year-old Jihad McCool.
McLean was ordered to return to court on April 12 by the presiding judge, when he will be sentenced.