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West Kingston Enquiry: Bruce Golding quizzed on relationship with Al Miller

Published:Monday | April 13, 2015 | 2:53 PMJovan Johnson, Gleaner Writer

Former Prime Minister Bruce Golding was this morning questioned at the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry on his relationship with Reverend Al Miller, in whose company, then fugitive, Christopher 'Dudus' Coke was found in 2010. 

Miller is now on trial over the matter. 

Golding was questioned by Miller's attorney, Jacqueline Samuels Brown. 

During the questioning, Golding admitted that he was aware that Miller was in contact with officials from the United States Embassy in relation to Coke.

 

Attorney-at-law Jacqueline Samuels Brown and before her, former Prime Minister Bruce Golding.

It is understood that Miller was taking Coke to the United States embassy when they were intercepted. 

The enquiry is looking into the May 2010 police-military operation in West Kingston aimed at capturing Coke, which left more than 70 people dead.