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Rev Al Miller case: 'No records exist of visit to Commissioner's office'

Published:Wednesday | July 10, 2013 | 6:21 PM

The perverting the course of justice case against popular pastor Reverend Al Miller continued in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court today.

Miller is also charged with accessory after the fact.

Christopher Honeywell, the attorney for the Police Commissioner, told the court that no record exists of Miller visiting the office of the Commissioner.

Miller’s attorney, Jacqueline Samuels-Brown, had requested the visitor attendance log for May 19 and 22, 2010.

However, Honeywell told the court that at that time the Office of the Police Commissioner was not keeping records of visits.

On the matter of the call records, Honeywell asked for additional time.

The court had granted a request from the defence for a telephone conversation between Miller and the Police Commissioner Owen Ellington around the time then fugitive, Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, was captured in 2010.

The popular pastor has insisted that he was in contact with law enforcement.

Miller also maintains that he was taking Coke to the US Embassy in Kingston to surrender when he was intercepted by the police.

However, the authorities have denied that claim.

The matter is set for mention on July 22.


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