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Dudus-Manatt Enquiry

Rowdy party supporters warned at 'Dudus' enquiry

BY PAUL HENRY Crime/court co-ordinator henryp@jamaicaobserver.com

Thursday, March 10, 2011 | 10:08 AM



THE Chairman of the Manatt Commission of Enquiry, Emil George, said police have been getting complaints about the behaviour of political supporters at the enquiry.

This morning he asked that they be quiet and shut off their phones during the sessions, being held at the Jamaica Conference Centre in downtown Kingston.

A police inspector has been outside the meeting room warning supporters who have been loud and rowdy.

On Tuesday one supporter was booted from the enquiry for wearing a party shirt bearing the image of Opposition Leader Portia Simpson Miller.

Others have shown up in party colours throughout the enquiry in support of their respective parties.

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