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Man found guilty of quadruple murder in Clarendon to serve four life sentences

The man who was found guilty last month of the 2015 quadruple killing in May Pen, Clarendon was given four life sentences on Thursday afternoon before the Clarendon Circuit Court.
    
Germaine Turner was also ordered to serve a total of 120 years behind bars before becoming eligible for parole.
    
Mr. Turner was found guilty on March 6, of the murder of four men, including three school boys in the Monymusk Housing Scheme on April 15, 2015.
    
Marquis Hamilton, 35, an accounting clerk employed to the Monymusk Sugar Factory was also killed in the attack.
    
Investigators say a contract was taken out on the life of Mr. Hamilton and that the boys were standing outside his gate for wifi access when they were also killed.



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