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Police question persons on Peter King sex tapes
published: Tuesday | March 28, 2006

Glenroy Sinclair, Staff Reporter

AS THE probe into the murder of Ambassador Peter King continues, police investigators are in the process of questioning several persons whom they have identified on videotapes found at the ambassador's Waterloo Road residence in St. Andrew.

Informed police sources said some of the tapes contain sexually explicit scenes. The Gleaner has learnt that the police have collected statements from at least one person who has since made some startling revelations.

"We will also be requesting the assistance of some people to help us identify some of those on the tapes," said an officer close to the investigation.

While the lawmen have declined to disclose the identity of the persons on tape, investigators are currently completing a profile on those persons they have identified.

Ambassador King, a former envoy who was a long-serving member of trade circles, was murdered on March 20 at his home. His nude body was discovered in his bedroom with throat slashed and multiple stab wounds to the chest.

The police said he was found lying on his back on a blood-soaked mattress. Two young men whom it is believed slept over at the house were questioned by detectives. In a previous statement, Senior Superintendent George Quallo said there was no sign of forced entry to the house.

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