Posted: Tuesday, June 14, 2022. 4:00 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Richard “Dickie” Bradley, attorney for Canadian national Jasmine Hartin, says that she is expected to be indicted this week in connection with the shooting death of Superintendent of Police Henry Jemmott.
Bradley appeared in the Belize City Magistrate’s Court on Hartin’s behalf on Monday, with Hartin notably absent. When asked, Bradley said that Hartin is expected to be indicted within two or three days.
On Monday, the date was set for the commencing of the June Session of the Supreme Court and the session where Hartin’s case was committed to stand trial following a Preliminary Inquiry (PI) in San Pedro earlier this year.
Jemmott’s family turned up in court to witness the indictment yesterday but will have to make a return trip later this week to witness it.
Jemmott was shot to the back of the head on May 28, 2021, while sitting on a dock in San Pedro. He was shot with his own service weapon.
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