Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke wasn’t much help to detectives who wanted to know how he escaped Tivoli Gardens during the May 2010 operation to apprehend him.
Superintendent Michael Phipps, who was being questioned by attorney Peter Champagnie for the Jamaica Defence Force, said that he interviewed Coke on June 23, 2010 at the Up Park Camp following his arrest that same month.
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Phipps said that he asked Coke how he managed to leave Tivoli Gardens and if he left the community to avoid arrest.
“Same answer. Same answer,” Phipps said Coke responded, meaning that he would not answer the questions on the advice of his attorneys Tom Tavares-Finson and George Soutar, QC.
Coke had also refused to say whether he was dressed in array fatigue on May 24 or 25.
Phipps testified earlier that Coke answered the most basic questions, such as his name and address, among other things, out of a total of 182.
Source | Jamaica Observer