Prosecutor seeks eight-year sentence for Jah Cure after attempted manslaughter

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Prosecutor seeks eight-year sentence for Jah Cure after attempted manslaughter

Jamaican Reggae artiste Jah Cure will know his fate on March 22 as he awaits a verdict in his trial which began Tuesday.

The prosecutor accused the singer of a “premeditated” act and asked the court to convict the singer of attempted murder.

The prosecutor recommended that the artiste be put away for eight years with “credit for time served”.

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The singer, whose real name is Siccaturie Alcock, 43, faces a raft of charges including attempted manslaughter, aggravated assault or attempted aggravated assault in relation to an alleged stabbing incident last year in the Netherlands.

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