An examiner attached to the Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) told the court yesterday she found two shattered bullets while processing a scene where three members of the Constabulary are alleged to have murdered a man.
Detective Corporal Kevin Adams, District Constable Carl Bucknor and Constable Howard Brown, are being tried for the murder of Andrew Bissoon in the Supreme Court in downtown, Kingston.
The Chief Forensic Examiner, Kathrina Graham, told the court during her investigation in 2011, she found a bullet fragment in shrubs behind the board house where Bissoon was shot.
It appeared the bullet pierced a stove and a board wall before landing outside. The other bullet was found embedded in the floor of the house under the carpet. The shattered bullets and carpet samples were entered into evidence yesterday.
Last week, the prosecution wasn’t able to present the bullets for them to be entered into evidence.
Meanwhile, Assistant Commissioner of INDECOM, Hamish Campbell, will begin to give evidence in the matter when it resumes in the Supreme Court this morning at 10.