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Court to view King’s exhibits

Published:Tuesday | April 29, 2008 | 12:25 PM

Prosecution and defense lawyers in the murder case involving former Trade Ambassador, Peter King are expected to view the exhibits that have been handed over to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) tomorrow.

King\'s body was found at his Waterloo apartment in St. Andrew on March 20, 2006, with several stab wounds and his throat slashed.

Supreme court judge Donald McIntosh ordered the police to hand over the remaining exhibits.

He has also ordered that they be made available to the defence.

Yesterday, prosecuting attorneys told the court that the superintendent in charge of the case said he was having difficulty locating the exhibits, as they were distributed among the police personnel involved in the investigation of the case.

Defence lawyers Sylvester Morris and Berry Bryan have said that the exhibits are important to their case.