The Commissioners who presided over the recently completed West Kingston Commission of Enquiry have indicated that they intend to return adverse findings regarding testimony given by several members of the security forces.

The Justice David Simmons-led panel of Commissioners has written some members of the Constabulary Force and the Jamaica Defence Force outlining major concerns over inconsistencies in their evidence.

Formal notices have been served by the Commission on at least four members of the Constabulary Force who testified at the Enquiry.

The Police Personnel have been invited to respond to the unfavorable findings against them. Their attorney is Deborah Martin.

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Deborah Martin, attorney representing the Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, speaking this afternoon with Nationwide News.

The West Kingston Commission was asked to investigate issues surrounding the security forces 2010 operations to capture the country’s then most wanted man Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.

More than 70-people died during the operations.

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