Court Reporter says the evidence given by the two main witnesses in a recent court ruling drug matter, lacks credibility and consistency
Court Reporter, Carlisle Jno Baptiste, is questioning the credibility of the two main witnesses in a recent Drug related case.
Reports indicate that Portsmouth businessman, Nichodemus Francis, was found not guilty of possession and intent to supply 24 kilos of cocaine. That was the judgement handed out by Magistrate Arley Gill yesterday, when he appeared in court on Thursday.
The illegal drug worth $640,800 was reportedly discovered during a Drug Squad bust in Tan Tan on June 23, 2014. During that raid, police also seized a Nissan Pathfinder. Two witnesses called to testify by the police, investigating officer Corporal Vivian Augustine, and Police Constable Terry Balthazar were said to be very inconsistent in their reports.
Court Reporter Carlisle Jno Baptiste gave his view on the matter.
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