The Star (Jamaica)
Witness says no evidence of phone tampering in gang case
An expert witness in the Clansman- One Don Gang trial testified yesterday that he did not detect evidence of tampering with the data stored on three phones, including secretly recorded conversations of defendants.
The recordings were reportedly made by a prosecution star witness and former top-tier gangster on three cellular phones which have been handed over to the police.
Following the trial’s resumption at the Home Circuit Court on Monday after a seven- week break, a digital forensic examiner who had examined the data gave details about an extraction report that he had prepared. The police corporal, who is assigned at the Communication Forensic and Cybercrime Division, said during his testimony that no changes were made to the phones’ data based on a comparative analysis that he conducted. The expert witness will continue his testimony today.