Chairman of the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, Sir David Simmons, says certain precautions will have to be taken, to prevent the leaking of information from private proceedings.

This after the media reported yesterday that he had ruled, that the public will get to hear testimony from three soldiers, who’ve submitted statements that they saw police personnel murder innocent civilians during the 2010 security forces operation inside Tivoli Gardens.

The JDF personnel are alleging that they witnessed as many as eight police personnel kill a number of innocent civilians in cold blood inside Tivoli.

Today, Sir David responded to the leaking of his private ruling to the media.

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Sir David says he’s very concerned that details of private discussions between officers and agents at the enquiry were leaked.

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