I am a Detective Constable, numbered 433, attached to the Police Scenes of Crime
Office, Police Headquarters.
About 5.25pm on Wednesday 28th March, 1990 inside the Queen`s Warehouse, Kindley
Field, Bermuda, I took photographs of two "GE" `twenty-six inch`
television boxes. After the two television sets were taken from those
boxes the back panel was removed from each revealing four packages in the first
and two packages in the second secured on the inside. There was a sheet of
metal blocking the air-vents on each of the back panels. I took
photographs of the packages as they were positioned inside the television sets.
About 7.30pm on the same day I attended the office of the Police Narcotics
Department where I took photographs showing substitute packages which were
prepared and placed inside the abovementioned television sets.
About 3.40pm on the following day at the Police Scenes of Crime Office I took
further photographs of the packages which were found inside the televisions at
Warehouse and subsequently removed and cut open to show their contents.
About 11.00am on Friday 30th March, 1990 I took photographs showing portions of
the exterior as well as portions of the interior of a dwellinghouse along
Morgan`s Road, Warwick. On the floor of the lower northern room I saw two
twenty-six inch GE television boxes. Included in the photographs also was
a door facing Morgans Road. There were missing louvre panes in the door
and broken glass on the floor. Also included was a broken wooden door
leading to an upper floor northen bedroom.
About 1.00pm on Saturday 31st March 1990 at the Police Scenes of Crime Office, I
took photographs showing the inside of the aforementioned television sets and
the opened substitute packages.
About 3.45pm on Friday 27th April, 1990 at "G E Front Street" I took
photograph showing the opened back of a twenty-six inch "GE"
Television set showing the absence of any metal sheet on the back panel.
I subsequently caused the film to be developed and from the negatives I caused
photographic enlargements to be made. I bound the photographs into albums
with an accompanying legend to be tendered in evidence.