Former Public Defender, Earl Witter, has rejected suggestions that he was tardy in the discharge of his duties, in probing matters concerning the May 2010 operation by the security forces inside Tivoli Gardens to capture Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.
Since Monday Mr. Witter has been telling the Commission that the JDF wasn’t cooperating with his office in providing ballistics information that he needed to complete his report into events inside Tivoli.
The attorney for the JDF, Peter Champaigne asked Mr. Witter to say whey he failed to use the powers of his office to summon officials of the JDF to provide the answers he needed.
Mr. Champagnie suggested to Mr. Witter that he had been tardy in attending to matters concerning the preparation of his report.
But Mr. Witter rejected the suggestion.