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Scotland Yard sergeant testifies in Boulevard trial
2012-11-22 13:18:27 | (0 Comments)
Barbara Gayle, Justice Coordinator
A civilian employed with the Metropolitan Police Service at Scotland Yard in England testified this morning that he was contacted by Jamaica’s former deputy Commissioner of Police, Mark Shields in relation to the Boulevard murder.
The witness said Shields contacted him in January 2005 and provided him with seven mobile telephone records.
The witness is a retired sergeant, who says he has extensive training and experience into telephone network.
He told the court that based on Shields’ request, he contacted Jim Kirk from Digicel requesting data records.
He said the data records were in relation to investigations into the abduction of Kemar Walter and Oliver Duncan.
Constables Louie Lynch, Paul Edwards and Assistant Superintendent of Police Victor Barrett are on trial for the murders of Walters and Duncan, who were taken from a plaza along the Washington Boulevard, St Andrew on the afternoon of December 23, 2004.
They have not been seen since.
The former Metropolitan Police Service officer continues his testimony this afternoon.
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