Assault on PM’s son proven – prosecutor argues

The police yesterday closed its assault case against Tenza Lane, the woman charged with attacking the Prime Minister’s son, Samuel Hinds Jnr.

Prosecutor Collin Primus asserted that a prima facie case was established against 18-year-old Lane, for the offence of assault causing actual bodily harm. He said that Hinds Jnr told his story, which corroborated the story offered by his fiancée, Sonia Herbert, Lane’s older sister and guardian.

When the matter was last heard, Lane’s counsel had submitted that the only evidence Hinds had  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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