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Dudus’ day in court

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Dudus’ day in court

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KINGSON –  Forty-two hours after Jamaica’s most wanted fugitive was taken into custody by the police, extradition hearings are scheduled to begin for ousted Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke, wanted by the United States government on gun and drug-running charges.The man also known as “The President” will appear in court at 10 a.m. today at maximum security facility, Mobile Reserves, in St Andrew.After yesterday’s top-level meeting involving US officials, members of the Police High Command and Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn at the DPP’s offices in Kingston, officials remained tight-lipped about what was discussed.However, it is believed that the talks centred on arrangements for today’s extradition court hearing.Coke was detained by the police on Mandela Highway on Tuesday while in the company of well known preacher Al Miller. The two were reportedly en route to the United States Embassy. (The Gleaner)