Al Miller case pushed back to December 5
The case involving popular clergyman Al Miller has been postponed until December 5.
He is charged with perverting the course of justice and accessory after he was found in the company of former Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher Dudus Coke in May 2010.
When the case was called up in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court earlier today, it was postponed as the magistrate Stephanie Jackson Haisley has been temporarily assigned to St Thomas.
Miller maintains that he was taking Coke to the US Embassy in Kingston to surrender when he was intercepted by the police and that he was in contact with law enforcement.
However, the authorities have denied that claim.
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