The firearm trial of reputed gang leader Christopher ‘Dog Paw’ Linton has been adjourned to November 30.
Linton took the witness stand in his defence when the matter resumed in the Gun Court yesterday.
Linton was charged in January last year with illegal possession of a firearm following the discovery of a gun in a house where he was hiding.
It’s reported that he had invaded a house shared by two female university students in a bid to avoid a police-military dragnet.
Linton denied the allegation in his testimony yesterday.
The two females were expected to testify yesterday but were not present in court.
The in-camera trial is being presided over by Supreme Court Judge Marjorie Cole-Smith.