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It’s not an easy road for two ex-cons


It’s not an easy road for two ex-cons

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July 6 will be five years Frank Carter has been out of prison. When he was released in 2011 after serving 27 years, Carter had already steeled himself to the fact that many in society would not welcome his presence because of his past.

In 1985, Carter was sentenced to hang for the 1983 murder of Alfred “Uncle Look Up” Morris of Bibby’s Lane, St Michael. That sentence was commuted to life imprisonment on November 14, 1998.


Anthony “Nagga” Austin is the first to admit that he was a rogue and a vagabond. He was a heavy drinker and on any given day would choose a fight over food.

Anything of a negative nature he was the first in line and from as young as 15, he became a familiar face in police stations and the law courts.

Please read the full stories in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.