Senior cops in rubber bullets shooting case for court on June 20

Superintendant of Police Watts and Senior Superintendant Alves were on June 4 arraigned on charges connected to the December 6, 2011 shooting of APNU protesters with rubber bullets on Hadfield Street.

The two senior policemen were each charged with five counts of unlawfully inflicting grievous bodily harm on former PNCR MP Joan Baveghems, Attorney James Bond, Brigadier (ret’d) Edward Collins, Sonia Johnson and William Thomas Dalgety.

The officers pleaded not guilty to the charges when they were …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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