Ninja Man’s freedom to do as he pleases has been slightly modified… again!
The temporary ruling which allowed the veteran dancehall deejay to perform without limitations expired yesterday (January 7, 2013).
Under a curfew order imposed when Ninja Man was granted bail in March last year, the deejay is to report to the Oracabessa Police in St Mary every day except on Sundays and should not to be seen on the streets between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. on specific days. However, in December last year a Home Circuit Judge had lifted the ban granting the veteran deejay the freedom to work across the island without restrictions during the holidays.
Ninja Man tells Music News that he’s not saddened by the adjustment and is actually thankful for the days he’s expected to stay at home.
The trial of the murder case against Ninja Man was put off until May 13, 2013. The matter could not be heard because the deejay’s attorney, Valrie Neita Robertson was appearing in another matter.
Ninja Man and his son are on bail in the sum of $2 million each for the March 16, 2009 murder of a 20 year old man.