If only all criminals were “nervous and fidgety” …

The Royal Gazette has reported today on the Supreme Court of Bermuda’s recent conviction of a Jamaican man, for the offence of trying to smuggle cocaine into Bermuda in his check-in luggage.

Amongst other notable features of the evidence against him was the testimony of the Airport Customs Officer, who explained at trial that he was “nervous and fidgety”, and that he had handed in a blank immigration form.

The defendant chose not to give evidence in his own defence. The jury verdict was unanimous.





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