AN­GELS PRE­VENT MUR­DER

Con­tract killer turns him­self in to po­lice

The Star (Jamaica) - - NEWS - SHEL­DON WIL­LIAMS/ GE­ORGE HENRY

The con­tract killer who was re­port­edly hired to ex­e­cute a se­nior mem­ber of a bank in Manch­ester last week has con­fessed to in­ves­ti­ga­tors that an­gels pre­vented him from hon­our­ing the con­tract.

A source close to the in­ves­ti­ga­tion con­firmed to THE WEEK­END STAR that the would- be- killer told the cops he went to the tar­get’s house and waited for him to come home, but be­fore he could carry out the act, an­gels ar­rived and brought him to his knees.

“He told the po­lice him couldn’t carry out the act cause an­gels stop him in his track. Him drop down on him knees and started to cry,” the source re­vealed.

THE WEEK­END STAR was fur­ther told that when the in­tended vic­tim ar­rived home, he was ap­proached by the man who re­vealed to him that he was there to kill him, but two an­gels came to him and told him he could not.

It is said that the con­tracted killer then asked the in­tended vic­tim to pray for him be­fore burst­ing into tears. He and the in­tended vic­tim were said to have gone to the Spald­ings Po­lice Sta­tion.

It was dur­ing a ques­tion and an­swer ses­sion that the re­pen­tant man told the cops of his in­ten­tions and how it was foiled by an­gels.

Fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tions by our news team re­vealed that the gun- for- hire is al­leged to have been paid $ 10,000 up­front and was promised an ad­di­tional $ 60,000 when the act was com­pleted.

Fol­low­ing the man’s con­fes­sion, the Spald­ings po­lice on Tues­day ar­rested and charged two per­sons for so­lic­i­ta­tion to com­mit mur­der.

The po­lice say be­tween the pe­riod of Septem­ber 1 and Novem­ber 6, it is al­leged that the ac­cused per­sons sought the help of the man and paid him to kill the bank ex­ec­u­tive.

The po­lice have seized the two per­sons’ phones along with a lap­top, CPU and 18 SIM cards taken from one of the homes. The two are to reap­pear in court today.

Com­mand­ing Of­fi­cer for Manch­ester, Su­per­in­ten­dent Mar­lon Nesbeth, could not be reached for comment yes­ter­day as all calls to his cell phone went unan­swered.

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