More Than 300 Days And Counting For This Jamaican Man in A Trinidadian Jail

1 min read

One cannot imagine the realities of being in jail until you have experienced it. Since September 2014, Horace McFarlane, a former Jamaican national cyclist has been locked up in a Trinidadian jail.

But McFarlane jail time goes back before Septemebr 2014. He was arrested in 2013 and slapped with cocaine and ganja charges after Trinidadian police raided a house where he had gone to visit a female friend.

In an interview with the Jamaican Gleaner in 2013, McFarlane claimed that he “faced hell” during what was his first one-year stay in a Trinidadian prison.

According to Jamaica Gleaner article published in December 2013

“It has been reported that Mr McFarlane, two weeks ago, was caught trying to export cocaine in a package at a Fedex office, He was rearrested and is now back in jail,” said Saunders.

“Mr McFarlane got bail on the basis that he was in there a long time. A number of Jamaicans, out of the goodness of their hearts, collected money and gave him household materials to assist him.

For more on Horace McFarlane’s story check out the Trinidad Express article below


Moses Jameson

Moses is a Jamaican and loves Reggae Music. He loves sharing his experiences about the Caribbean Culture.

Latest from Blog