Cops seek further DPP advice in station burning case

The police are seeking further advice in the case against Constable Earwin Forrester and Inspector Dexter Thornton, the two ranks charged with burning the hands of a teen detainee and then attempting to pervert the course of justice, respectively.

Magistrate Alex Moore yesterday adjourned the case after the prosecution informed the court that the file had been sent to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions for further advice.

It is alleged that during the period May 25 and May 27, Forrester inflicted grievous bodily harm on  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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