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Daily Gleaner (Jamaica)
3 April 1891

James Thomas Sadler, who had been charged with the murder of Frances Coles, alias Carrotty Nell, was discharged by the police magistrate, as the police could not furnish sufficient evidence to connect him with the crime. Sadler announces his intention to bring legal proceedings for heavy damages against the Standard and the Telegraph for libel and against others for false imprisonment. He says he is assured by his counsel that he has a perfect case against his slanderers and those responsible for his arrest and he is determined to make them pay the penalty.


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