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File - Photo dated April 27 1987 of reggae star Smiley Culture.  British media are reporting Tuesday March 15 2011,  reggae star Smiley Culture has died during a police drugs raid on his home. The London-born musician _ whose real name is David Emmanuel _ reportedly died from self-inflicted wounds Tuesday when police officers swooped on his home in east Surrey, according to Britain's Press Association. The reggae singer had appeared before magistrates in September last year charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine. He was 48.  (AP Photo / file) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVE

File - Photo dated April 27 1987 of reggae star Smiley Culture. British media are reporting Tuesday March 15 2011, reggae star Smiley Culture has died during a police drugs raid on his home. The London-born musician _ whose real name is David Emmanuel _ reportedly died from self-inflicted wounds Tuesday when police officers swooped on his home in east Surrey, according to Britain's Press Association. The reggae singer had appeared before magistrates in September last year charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine. He was 48. (AP Photo / file) UNITED KINGDOM OUT - NO SALES - NO ARCHIVE

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