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Attorney: I have recording of cops’ conspiracy

MARIA BRADSHAW, mariabradshaw@nationnews.com

Added 23 June 2019


Attorney Lani Daisley is calling for justice. (FILE)

An attorney-at-law charged seven years ago with trespassing, assault and obstruction has a recording of two police officers she says conspired against her.

Lani Daisley’s digital voice recorder was taken away from her by a police officer believing it was a pen and it recorded four hours of discussions that took place on September 12, 2012, when she was arrested after going to the Bridgetown Port to see a detained client.

Police alleged that she trespassed at the port and that she obstructed, resisted and assaulted officers attempting to remove her from the building.

The attorney gave the Sunday Sun a copy and transcript of the recorded conversations which were also handed over to the Solicitor General’s office, when Daisley sued the Attorney General for assault, battery and false imprisonment. (MB)

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