Two of the three jurors that were relocated overseas after handing down a guilty verdict which condemned Vybz Kartel back in 2014 are now claiming that their lives are a living hell.

The two jurors claim it has been extremely difficult for them as they are struggling to make a new life in a foreign country since the infamous murder trial which transformed their lives completely. The jurors were relocated under a witness protection program following the trial of the dance hall entertainer and his three co-accused Shawn Campbell, Kahira Jones, and Andre St. John.

The pair also testified in the ongoing corruption trial of 50-year-old football coach Livingston Cain, a fellow juror, who was accused of offering them $500,000 to return a verdict of not guilty against the entertainer.

According to one of the jurors, the program needs a total overhaul as it only benefits criminals or people trying to escape their past and have nothing going on for them in Jamaica.