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BOMBSHELL IN KARTEL TRIAL: LAMAR CHOW'S SIGNATURE CONFIRMED ON PUBLIC DEFENDER'S LETTER @one876 Featured

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Retired superintendent of police and handwriting expert, Karl Major, testified today that he analysed two sets of documents from which he concluded were written by the same person, Lamar Chow. The documents was a letter to the Public Defender and statements bearing the signature L. Chow.


The documents were given to him by defence attorney Tom Tavares-Finson in November last year to make comparisons. He believes that the documents were all written by the same person. It has been alleged that the prosecution’s main witness, Chow, had written to the public defender claiming he had been forced to give a statement to the police. However, Chow has denied writing the letter.
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