The jury has been empanelled and three young people – two men and a woman – will go on trial on Wednesday on a manslaughter charge.
Shaquille Shamal Khalleel Bradshaw and Doniko Javier Alleyne both of Balls Land, Christ Church and Maria Antoinette Goddard of Parish Land C, Balls Land, Christ Church are accused with unlawfully killing 11-year-old Ian Elroy Gibson, a Princess Margaret sutdent, on September 20, 2009.
Attorneys-at-law Arthur Holder and Danielle Mottley are representing Bradshaw while Angella Mitchell-Gittens is legal counsel for Alleyne and Goddard.
Alleyne, Goddard and Bradshaw are now all in their 20s. The trio ranged in ages 12 -14 at the time of the incident.
A nine-member panel – five women and four men – will hear the case in which 23 witnesses are being called by the Crown to give evidence in the No. 2 Supreme Court.
Principal Crown Counsel Alliston Seale is prosecuting the case, presided over by Justice Randall Worrell.
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