LocalNews Webb sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering Barbadian man by: – July 20, 2012 Sherman Webb, leaving court laughing after he was found guilty on June 22, 2012.Sherman Webb of Kingshill who was found guilty of murdering a Barbadian national on June 22nd, 2012 has been sentenced to life imprisonment on Friday.Webb was found guilty of killing Corey Poleon between August 31, 2009 and March 18, 2010, in the heights of River Claire in Elmshall.He was arrested on March 18th, 2010 after he confessed to three police officers that he had killed and buried a friend in the heights of Elmshall, led the officers to the heights of River Claire in Elmshall to a blue wooden shack and a “shallow grave” where he buried the “friend” as he “had enough and needed to clear his mind”.During the trial he explained to the court that Poleon frightened during an occult ritual where he was seeking to get a “guardian spirit” for him.He said he noticed that Corey had lost control of his bowels and was looking at him with only “the white of his eyes”.Sherman WebbThis he said made him realize that either Poleon was dead or that he was fully possessed so “I picked up the cutlass which was next to my foot and while holding it by the blade I struck him twice with my left hand by his jaw. He remained standing and I used it to slightly jam him out of the circle. He backed out of the circle completely and starting speaking in Latin”.Justice Birnie Stephenson Brooks who sentenced Webb on Friday, described the act as “bizarre”. According to Justice Brooks, a psychiatric report indicates that Webb does not suffer from any mental disorder, while the social inquiry report states that he is a person who did a stint in the United States Army, keeps to himself, and describes himself as having “high self esteem”.He told his probation officer that he was previously accused of murder but he was later acquitted. Justice Brooks stated during her sentence that he is “not a ready candidate for rehabilitation”.“The aggravating circumstances vastly outweigh the mitigating circumstances,” she said before sentencing him.Webb turned and smiled to reporters in court when he heard the sentence.His attorney, Peter Alleyne told reporters that he was “not surprised with the sentence as the judge had to send a clear message”.On exiting the court smiling, Web had a few words for the media practitioners gathered to get a quick snap shot of him.“See you guys in appeals court,” he said.Dominica Vibes News Share Share Share 73 Views 2 comments Tweet Sharing is caring!