Cox Stays Silent, Not Guilty Plea Entered

October 1, 2012

Appearing in this morning’s [Oct 1] Supreme Court Monthly Arraignment session, David Jahwell Cox stayed silent when asked to enter a plea to the murder of Kimwandae Walker.

Mr Cox [33] first refused to speak when the Registrar asked him to identify himself. He then remained silent after the two charges were read to him and he was supposed to enter a plea.

Saying that he was “not mute by nature”, Justice Carlyle Greaves said that he would note Mr Cox’s non-vocal response and that he would enter a plea of not guilty to each of the two counts.

Mr Cox’s co-accused, Julian Washington [23], did speak and pleaded not guilty to the April 2010 premeditated murder of Kimwandae Walker and not guilty to using a firearm to commit the murder of Kimwandae Walker.

Both men must re-appear for Mention at the next Arraignments Session on 1st November and both will remain in custody until that date.

Mr Walker, 35, was murdered at a Good Friday event being held at the Victor Scott school field at around 2pm on April 2, 2010.

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  1. BERMUDIAN says:

    RIP Biggs! Justice WILL b served! You done nothing to go the way you did! We miss BADLY!

  2. Will says:

    he should be paraded down Front Street for the amusement of the public…rotten fruits and veg come to mind

    • Triangle Drifter says:

      Stocks across the road from The Beach might be a good location.

  3. duh says:

    Lol no evidence = going free :) !!! Haha

  4. M.P.Mountbatten JP says:

    Somewhere he must have read that silence is golden , besides the only things he is legally allowed to hold is his ***** and his tongue .