Chairman of the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry, Sir David Simmons, has raised concern about the level of control that the Security Forces had established in and around Tivoli Gardens, following the May 2010 operation to capture Christopher Coke.

This as a Police Superintendent, Gladys Brown Ellis testified this morning, that she on May 27, 2010, she and her team came under heavy gunfire at the May Pen cemetery.

This as they processed 23 badly decomposed bodies.

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Commission Chairman, Sir David Simmons noted that members of the security forces had testified that the area in question had been secured.

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