Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Woodrow Trial Enters Day Two

The Woodrow trial has entered day two during the court circuit in Nain.

One of our reporters has been covering the progress of the trial.

The trial started with Crown Prosecutor Vikas Khaladkar calling his witnesses in the matter.

Constable Christopher Dawe of the Major Crimes Unit in Gander, NL, took the stand first.

Dawe had been part of the investigation team in the matter.

He had presented five pieces of evidence in the case including logs and video of the incarceration of the plaintiff.

The video had showed that the complainant had been incarcerated for approximately seven-eight hours.

Next, Corporal David Simpson took the stand.

Simpson had been on duty during the night of the alleged incident and testified to what he had seen.

Constable Desmond Mollon was also on duty that night and had testified to what he had witnessed.

Woodrow is facing one count of assault and one count of forcible confinement regarding an incident in May, 2009.

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