Assistant Commissioner of Police with responsibility for crime (ACP Crime) Ian Queeley, told MiyVue.com that on Friday, 10th June, 2011, at about midday, Jermaine Henry and Ezrette Henville were jointly charged with “wounding with intent”.
The incident occurred sometime in the afternoon on 26th May, 2011, and while details still remain sketchy, this media house understands that Cannonier, who was on remand for “assault with a firearm” was in a cell with other inmates, when they attacked him, stabbing him in the chest.
As a result, he was taken to the Joseph N. France General Hospital where he was treated for injuries including a punctured and collapsed left lung. He was warded there for sometime under prison guard.
This publication was reliably informed however, that since then, Cannonier has been released from Her Majesty’s Prison (HMP) although circumstances surrounding his release are yet unclear.