Informant In Buju Banton Trial Paid $3.3 Million To Build Cases

On Friday, many rejoiced when dancehall/reggae star Buju Banton was released from a Georgia prison after serving seven years. Here, a report is read about how government informant Alexander Johnson has been paid $3.3 million for building cases against people. Johnson was paid $50,000 for the information he gave up on Buju, according to reports.

Read the report by the Jamaica-Gleaner here.

Watch here to see fans give Buju Banton a hero’s welcome home when he touched down in Jamaica.

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