One of the men who conspired to flatten a returning national’s bank account and who then put a “hit” out on her life said the ten years on bail was so stressful that he turned to drugs to cope.
Kirk St Clair White made the admission when he returned to the No. 4 Supreme Court yesterday.
“For the ten years that I have been on bail, it has been a tough, strenuous ten years, to the point that I myself didn’t know what I was doing,” he told the court.
“I even turned to the illegal drugs until I had to be hospitalised for surgery to remove the chemicals from my arm. I came to grips when my son asked me who I was. It was then that I changed my life completely,” he said. (HLE)
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