Investigators surround the body which was concealed from public viewing outside the Long Look clinic.
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Four bullets were pumped into the body of Keri `Hank´ Harrigan on the night of March 16, 2011 when he was shot from the back by a masked gunman in the area of the Long Look clinic.
Yan Edwards and Allen Baptiste are currently on trial for Harrigan´s murder.
Last week Bruce Hyma, Forensic pathologist out of Miami Florida testified about his examination on Harrigan's body in March following his death.
He said externally, Harrigan had a number of tattoos including ones that read thug life, mob, hank, and RIP Odonna. He said the victim had an earring in his ear, and in his pocket a small bag with brown leafy items.
In relation to his internal examination, the expert said Harrigan bore four gunshot wounds, two to the backside of his right ear [head area]; one to the left shoulder and another to the left cheek of his face.
Murder victim, Keri 'Hank' Harrigan
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When asked by Prosecutor Christlyn Benjamin if the shots were consistent with the victim sitting and the shooter behind him, Hyma said the shooter would have had to be behind the deceased to his right and left depending on the relative movements of both the victim and the shooter.
He said two of the shots were to Harrigan's brain and they were consistent with rapid fire.
He said the victim lost a lot of blood at the scene.
All the evidence have been presented in court during the trial and tomorrow the prosecution and defence will give closing addresses to the jury followed by the summation of Justice Albert Redhead and then the verdict of the jury.
Edwards is represented by lawyer Stephen Daniels, and Baptiste by Patrick Thompson and the crown by Prosecutors Valston Graham and Christlyn Benjamin.