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Witness: I never expected Myrie

Barry Alleyne

Witness: I never expected Myrie

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Pamela Clarke was a surprised woman when her mobile phone rang on March 14, two years ago, and police stationed at Grantley Adams International Airport were on the line.
Clarke told the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday she was even more surprised when police told her there was a woman named Shanique Myrie from Jamaica there saying she had arrived in Barbados and would be spending time with her.
The middleaged shopkeeper of Hillaby, St Andrew, also denied she had asked her friend and neighbour Daniel Forde to pick up Myrie since she could not do it due to her chronic hip pain.
Clarke, who limped into the No 1 Supreme Court using a walking stick, was adamant under cross-examination by Myrie’s lawyer, Nancy Anderson, that she ever agreed to let Myrie stay at her home.
She also denied she was expecting a call from Myrie upon her arrival at Grantley Adams International.