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Murder of former JUTC chairman was a hit, testifies witness

Thursday, November 14, 2019

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The first witness in the ongoing trial against Tesha Miller testified a short while ago that the 2008 killing of then JUTC chairman Douglas Chambers in Spanish Town, St Catherine was a hit.

Chambers was shot dead at the JUTC depot in Spanish Town on June 27, 2008 after he had left a meeting to smoke a cigarette.

According to the witness, Miller told him that it was a contract.

Miller is charged with accessory to murder before and after the fact in relation to Chambers' death.

Racquel Porter


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