Anglin found not guilty of murder
Devon Anglin has been acquitted of killing 4 year old Jeremiah Barnes.
Visiting Jamaican Justice Howard Cooke found 25-year-old Anglin not guilty of murder after a three week trial.
He was also cleared of attempted murder, assault, possession of an unlicensed firearm and threatening violence.
Despite not taking the stand, his defence argued that he could not be positively identified as the man who pulled the trigger.
Anglin remained impassive throughout the 90-minute hearing, and then was taken back into custody.
He will face another murder trial accused of killing Carlos Webster at the Next Level nightclub in 2009.
Jeremiah was shot dead on February 15, 2010 as he sat in the back of his family’s car at the Hell Esso Gas Station in West Bay.
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