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March 13, 2014
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Jamaicans convicted in drug-related homicides sentenced
Bjorn Burke, Staff Reporter

Two Jamaican nationals convicted in December of last year in relation to the drug-related homicides of three other men inside a Rochester, New York, United States, apartment were sentenced to four consecutive life terms plus five years in federal court last Tuesday.

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They are Richard Anderson and Aston Johnson, who were reportedly illegal immigrants. Prosecutors alleged that the Jamaican natives shot three men in New York in 2010, following an argument over the apportioning of proceeds from a large scale ganja trafficking network transporting the contraband across several states.

Another Jamaican man, Andrew Wright, also convicted in December in connection with the slayings, is to know his fate as he awaits sentencing on April 24.

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