Convicted clergyman the Reverend Al Miller was betrayed by the security forces!
That’s the conclusion of former Political Ombudsman Bishop Herro Blair. Reverend Miller was yesterday made to pay a one-million dollar fine for perverting the Course of Justice.
The charge stems from the 2010 capture of then fugitive Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.
Bishop Blair says the police arrested Reverend Miller because they were embarrassed.
He says in 2010 he was incensed on hearing that Reverend Miller was named a person of interest by the police and later arrested for harboring Coke.
Bishop Blair says he was further shocked to learn that this directive was issued by then Commissioner Owen Ellington, whom he insists, asked the Reverend to assist with Coke’s surrender.
The Bishop, who is a former Chairman of the Peace Management Initiative, says his trust in the security forces has been shattered.
Speaking with Nationwide News yesterday, Bishop Blair says he will never again assist with the capture of criminals at the request of the Police.