The high profile trial of alleged gangsters from the One Don faction of the Klansman gang is to resume in the Home Circuit Court in Kingston at 10:00 on Monday morning.

A second main prosecution witness made more revelations during the trial on Thursday about the inner workings of the gang and crimes allegedly committed by its members.

The witness testified that the reputed gang leader, Andre Bryan who’s otherwise known as Blackman, disliked a gangster called Bobo Sparks who was allegedly aligned to Tesha Miller.

The witness also testified that Bryan had led a team to Twickenham Park in St. Catherine which murdered a man and woman who were in bed then burnt down their house.

The witness says the woman was killed despite begging for her life but Bryan ordered that the lives of two senior citizens be spared.

The witness did not identify the two people who he says were killed during the incident in Twickenham Park.

CORRECTION:

A report which was published on our website on Thursday November 4, 2021 had inaccurately stated that the witness had said Bobo Sparks was killed during the double murder in Twickenham Park where a female begged for her life but was also murdered. A review of the testimony has confirmed that the witness did NOT identify the two people who were allegedly killed in Twickenham Park. We apologise for the error.