Janet Silvera, Senior Gleaner Writer
Two constables of the Jamaica Constabulary Force are to be brought before the St James Resident Magistrate's Court today to answer to the murder of a man in Lilliput, St James in April this year.
The constables are accused of murdering Barrington McAnuff who was at a restaurant in the community.
It is reported that the policemen accused of the murder had failed to identify themselves at the time of the killing.
Following a probe, the Commissioner of the Independent Commission of Investigations ruled that the cops should be charged with murder.
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