The Star (Jamaica)

Witness says no evidence of phone tampering in gang case

- TANESHA MUNDLE STAR Writer

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.

 ?? KENYON HEMANS ?? Alleged members of the Clansman-One Don gang arrive at the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston on Monday as the trial resumed after a seven-week break.
KENYON HEMANS Alleged members of the Clansman-One Don gang arrive at the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston on Monday as the trial resumed after a seven-week break.

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