Trial of alleged Congress Place shooter begins

-investigating cop says found no spent shell

The trial of Linden Primo, the man accused of firing a gun during the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) 18th Biennial Congress, began yesterday.

Detective Superinten-dent of Police Michael Kingston took to the stand and testified about visiting the scene subsequent to the report which he received of a shooting incident at Congress Place, Sophia on July 27.

In his evidence-in-chief, Kingston noted that when he arrived at the scene he looked for a spent shell or warhead but  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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