Uchence Wilson Trial: Call Data Records Entered Into Evidence


Several call data records from two of the nation’s telecommunications providers were admitted into evidence during the Uchence Wilson gang trial yesterday in the Home Circuit Court.

The call data records are in relation to a number of the accused gang members on trial.

The records were requested by the Police.

The witnesses say the records detail the numbers the persons would’ve called, their number and the time they spent on the phone.

It also records text messages.

One of the witnesses during the Prosecution’s examination in chief told the court that the records requested were burnt onto CDs.

She assured the court that this procedure to copy the information onto the CD would not have altered the data.

The matter has been adjourned until Monday at 10am.

The Prosecution is expected to call another Police witness when the matter resumes.

In 2018, Tauna won the UNICEF Media Award for Excellence in Reporting on Children’s Rights. She graduated from CARIMAC in 2015 and joined NNN in 2016. Since then, she’s covered several high-profile court cases including the X6 murder trial, the police death squad trial and is currently covering the Uchence Wilson Gang trial. Thomas is the Producer of Talking History heard on Nationwide Radio every Saturday.

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