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Kingston Daily Gleaner (Newspaper) - May 17, 1929, Kingston, Kingston K the gleaner Friday May 17, 1929 Page Twenty one Erbert Breakenridge the axe murderer is sentenced to death. Guilty in Home Cir it sort court for killing 3sdw Ard Loken. 6ee5-Befence plea. A Quot quarrel at revival meeting in lower St. Andrew resulted in awful crime. Cases Rex is Herbert breaker Ridge. Charge murder. Court circuit judge or. Justice Brown counsels or. H. M. Radcliffe pc for the Crown or. S. R Brath Waite for the prisoner. The Home circuit court resumed its sitting yesterday Forenoon before his honour or. Justice h. I. C Brown senior Puisze judge. Or. H. M. Radcliffe k.c-, the assistant to the attorney general again prosecuted on behalf of the Crown. Herbert Breakenridge was placed on trial for the murder of Edward Loken on 25th of april last when the deceased met his tragic death on the new Lincoln Road by a blow in his neck. From an axe alleged to have been wielded by the accused. Or. S. Brathwaite barrister at Law was assigned by the Crown to defend the prisoner who pleaded not guilty in a Clear voice. The following jury was empanelled to try the Case after counsel for the defence had exhausted his right of Challenge messes. Allan James Mcgregor Foreman Cecil Gauntlett John Mill Lings Alfred James Myers Claudius Walker David Scott Rennie v. Malabre Elisha n. Nethersole George Barnett Frederick leaks Benjamin Davis and William Seivwright. The Crown prosecutor outlined to the jury the facts of the Case which the prosecution would prove by its witnesses in order to establish the guilt of the prisoner. Percival Maul said that he lived at 69 new Lincoln Road in St. Andrew. He knew both the deceased Loken and the accused Herbert break Enridge. He saw both of them on the new Lincoln Road on the 25th of april this year. There was a revival meeting in Progress at 58 new Lincoln Road tie saw the accused standing in the Road. He was speaking with the accused. When the deceased came up from Down the Road. He said to the accused Between you and your brother you told some Fellows that i have crossed out their names from a Cricket team. The accused said no. At the same time the deceased Loken came up and said Good evening. He replied. Loken said you Fellows must not have anything in the Road. You must have Unity. There was no quarrel Between the accused and himself witness. The accused appeared to have been annoyed at his asking him the question he did. Accused said to the deceased this is not your business for no one is speaking to you. The Man asked me a question and i told him no. They began to quarrel end he told them to Cut it out. The deceased held the accused and said you too foolish Man. The accused said you hear say done to touch me Don t trouble me for you and i have nothing. The deceased and the accused then open in quarrelled. They used abusive language to each other. He subsequently saw the accused go Down the Road and the deceased go Back into no. 58. About 7 to to minutes after wards he saw the accused with an axe. He could not identify it. He saw the accused with the axe in front of the Gate of 58. He heard accused say if any Man think them had let them touch me now. The accused was still inside the premises he did not see him come outside the accused wrent and sat on the Side of the Bank of the Road opposite the Gate of no. 58. At no Lime did he see the deceased with a knife in his hand. To was a Moonlight night. Cross examined by or. Braithwaite before he went away he heard the deceased and someone quarrelling inside the premises. Ile did not hear what was being said. He did not know that the deceased was put out of the meeting. The deceased was smoking when he first Canto up Aud spoke to the prisoner. Tie did not fear the deceased say i in a me spliff. He did not know if spliff meant Ganja. He went away when the a ceased and the accused began to quarrel. He went about a Chain away he did not hear the accused bawling to the deceased. He did not hear accused say let me go let me go there was a loud singing going on at the meeting at the time. He did not see the deceased holding the prisoner. He did not see the deceased brandishing a knife. At no time that evening did he hear deceased say anything about his knife. He was not on the spot when the deceased was killed. He was not quarrelling with the accused that evening. He did not threaten to beat the accused or his brother. Simon Mendez said that he lived at swimmer s pen in St. Andrew he was on the new Lincoln Road on the night of the 25th of april this year. He had nearly reached the place where a revival meeting was being held when he saw the accused and the deceased come out of the Gate of no. 58. Both of them were contending As Well As several others the deceased held the accused who said several times let me go the deceased said i hold you. I hold you you Are a Young fellow and i hold you. The accused said you Are hold ing me Udas if you Are holding up your i a Ganja let me go. He heard voices in the crowd say Why Are you holding up the boy so lot him go the deceased did nothing to the accused besides holding him around the Waist. The deceased let him go and the accused went Down the Road. He was standing about 20 Yards from hip Gate of no. 58. He remained standing at. The Gate. Deceased was about to go into the premises when someone stopped him. Lie saw the accused return about ten min Lites afterwards. The deceased was still standing at the Gate. The accused went Over and sat on Hie right baud Hank. The deceased was speaking to a woman. The accused Sud Denly got up from Tho Hank and hit the deceased with the axe in Tho left Side of the neck. There was no further talk immediately before the accused struck the deceased. The de ceased fell to the ground dead. Ii stayed with the dead body until Tho police and the doctor came. He saw the police take a Shoemakers knife from the right hand trousers pocket of the deceased. The doctor ordered the police to search the body of the it was a Moonlight night. At no time did he see the deceased with a knife in his hand. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite the deceased was talking to a woman on the Road a Little lower Down from the Gate of no. 58. He did not hear what the woman was saying to the deceased. He did not know if the woman concerned the meeting. A into at the Gate prevented the accused entering the premises he did not know if the accused was prevented because he was smoking Ganja. He was not near enough to hear. The deceased was holding the accused around the Waist with both hands. He did not hear any Row Between the woman and the deceased. From where he was standing he could see if the deceased had a knife in his hand. The deceased fell in the Lincoln Road before the Gate of no. 58. It was in the Centre of the Road. The feet of the body were facing the direction opposite to the Gate where the meeting was held. He could not say if the Road were Twenty feet wide or not. The deceased did not go towards the accused. The deceased was not paying Detent to Quot w Hen the accused struck him. He was outside in the Road that night. He did not see the deceased hold the accused when he came Back he did not Bear accused say to the deceased Don t touch me done to touch me after he accused had returned. Wilfred Francis said that he lived at 21 new Lincoln Road. On Tho night of the 25th of april he was at a revival meeting on the la Coli Road. He knew both the deceased and the accused before that night. Both of them were outside the meeting in the Road. He heard them using indecent language to each other outside the Gate. Ile was inside the Yard. He came outside and saw the deceased holding the accused by the jacket. The accused said let me go let me go nothing happened Between the deceased or the accused at that time when the deceased let go of the accused the latter said All right wait. The accused then ran Down the Road. He saw the accused return about ten minutes afterwards with something that looked like a stick. He did not know what it was at. Lie time. The accused said to the deceased if you bad. You trouble me again. The accused then went and sat Down on the opposite Bank. The deceased who was standing at the a to went Over and held him Ana said what you going on with is you a bad Man the accused said let me go several times. The deceased pulled the accused a jacks and the accused struck him with an axe. He was standing ten Yards from the accused. He did not see the accused with a knife at All that night. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite he did not say to the deceased i bet you you done to touch him meaning the prisoner. The deceased did not say to him he is Only a Chicken he no Badda than my knife. He never heard the deceased say anything about a knife. Only when the accused struck the deceased he knew that it was an axe. Obadiah Bailey said that he lived at new Lincoln Road in St. Andrew on the 25th of april this year he was at a revival meeting on the Lincoln Road. He left the meeting at about la pm. He knew both the deceased and the accused. When he came out the meeting he saw both of them in the Road. They were on opposite sides of the Road. He heard a talking Between the deceased Ani the accused. He saw the deceased so up to the accused. He heard the witness Wilfred Francis go lip to the accused and say there a the Man. I bet you you done to touch him. The accused said to the deceased touch me again. The deceased did not touch the accused. Francis repeated what he had previously said to the accused. The deceased was still stand ing in the Road with a Towel around big neck the accused then lifted the axe with both hands and chopped the deceased in the neck. The deceased fell in the Road. He heard the accused say you i got von. He never saw the deceased with a knife in his hand that night. After the police and the doctor had come lie saw a knife taken from the body of the deceased. by or. Brathwaite to was the deceased to whom Francis said Quot t bet you. You done to touch him. When he first. Baw them there was a hard talking going on Between the deceased and the accused. The accused was sitting on the opposite Bank. He knew deceased Well. But he was no special Friend of hts. The deceased was coming to the meeting hut was turned out. He heard a talk ing Over of but did not hear what was said. He did not hear it said that the deceased was smoking Ganja and therefore could not enter. 7ephaniah Kritson said that be lived at 42 new Lincoln Road. On the night of the 25th of april he was at a revival meeting at no. 58 he saw the accused and the deceased outside in the Road at about 11 o clock. He saw the accused sitting on the right hand Bank with an axe he said to the accused what Are you doing with the axe the accused said go Awe he attempted to take away the axe and the accused raised it to chop him. The accused Baid even if it is my brother Jack. I will chop him up. The deceased who was in the Road on the opposite Side said to accused boy. You not bad you Only playing bad. Better for us to live in Unity he heard Wilfred Francis say touch him again if Yob bad. He saw the accused get up and chop the deceased in the neck with the axe. The deceased fell to the ground and the accused ran away. He did not remember if the accused said anything after he had chopped the deceased. He never saw the deceased with a knife at All that night when the doctor came he ordered Corporal Connor to search the body he raw the Corporal take a knife from the trousers pocket of the dead body. Cross examined by or. Kratli Waite both the deceased and the accused were in the Middle of the read at the time of the killing. He did not hear the accused say to the deceased let me go. He did not hear the deceased say to the accused a you no Badda than my knife. He did not hear the accused and the deceased talking about Ganja when he came out the meeting. Before the accused sat on the Bank he accosted him about the axe. He did speak to the accused about the axe. The accused did say that he would chop even his brother Jack. Ile did not know to whom Francis said touch him again if you had. He did not heal Hie deceased say that the accused was Only a Chicken. Or. Charles Reginald Edwards d . For lower St. Audrew said that on the 25th of april this Yea he went to new Lincoln Road at about 11.30 . He saw the body of a Man lying dead in the Road he ordered the police to search the body. A Shoemakers knife was tak in from the right hand trousers poc Ket by Corporal of police Connor the knife was produced and identified and put in evidence on tile next Day he performed a Post mor tem examination at the mortuary. He found a wound on the left state of the neck about 4 inches Long the wound had Cut through All the soft tissues Down to the sixth hone of the Nerk. He saw a Pool of blood near the dead body on the night of the 25th. Death was instantaneous and was due to Shock and Haemorrhage. The wound Wras caused by a Sharp cutting instrument. Great Force must have been used in deliver ing the blow. The body was identified by on Ethlyn Chambers Cross examined by or. Brathwaite when he reached the shop it a the new Lincoln Road the revival meeting was Over. He was not shown where the meeting had been held. The feet of the body faced a Westerly direction and the head an Easterly one. The body was lying in the Middle of the Road. Tie took careful notice of the position of the body. Ethlyn Chambers said that she was a dressmaker. She knew the deceased Edward Loken. She went the mortuary on the 26tb of april this year and identified the dead Bod of the deceased. Hubert Alexander Connor Corporal of police stationed at Cross roads in by Andrew said that St about 11-25 of the 25th of lbs a april this year he went to the new Lincoln Road. He saw the dead body of a Man whom he did not know. When the doctor came he ordered him to search the body. He did so and took a knife from the right hand trousers pocket of the deceased knife produced identified and put in evidence. On Tho 26.h the axe produced was banded to him by District Constable Bent. Before the doctor came be did not touch the body. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite the body was lying across the Road. The feet were about two feet from the Bank of hip Road. Adina Mullings said that she lived at Soi new Lincoln Road. In Saint Andrew. She knew the accused who used to work with her. She saw him on the Flay of the 25th of april this year. She was in bed that night when the accused Camp to her at boil 11 of clock and asked her to lend him her Cutlass. She did not see him hut heard his voice. She refused to lend the Cutlass. The accused had left an axe in her Yard that Day. To had left it before her door and she put it in a Concrete Cistern she heard the accused draw the axe out of v1&Quot Cistern. On the next morning she did not Sec the axe produced. Ross examined by or. Brathwaite she was a stranger to the Dis Trio. Tier place was far away from no. 58. If a person walked through Ferdinand Augustus Yard to or so could easily get. To no. 58 where Tim revival meeting was held that nigh she did not hear any noise in the Road. Samuel Grant said that lie lived i Down. At 56 new Lincoln Road on the night of the 2.ith of Amil ibis von. He was at Home. A crowd of Neonilo was in the Road outside the Gate. 11�?o heard the voice of the at used the accused came into his Yard at about 11 of clock. He said to accuse i a Herbert what a wrong whore you going a a accused said i soon come and went through his Yard. The accused returned shortly afterwards with an axe. He heard the accused say i wish i could get a Cutlass to Cut off this axe handle. Ile called out to the accused who did not Stop but went out into the Road. He heard a noise. He subsequently went out on the Road and saw the d body of hip deceased. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite no 52 new Lincoln Road was behind his place. It was a Short distance through his Hack Yard through Ferdinand Augustus Yard and into the next Yard. He heard the accused Call out in the Road let me go about three times. There was a loud noise in the Roud. He did not know the deceased. He did not hear anyone say you no Badda than my knife. He heard Herbert say i wish i could get a Cutlass to Cut off this handle. No one spoke to him before he said that. George Bent said that he was a District Constable in St. Andrew. On the 26th of april this year he made a search on the Rosseau Road and found an axe produced under a logwood tree on the Bank of the Road about 60 Yards from the scene of the killing on new Lincoln Road he saw stains on the axe when he found it. He took it to the Cross roads police station and handed it to Corporal Connor. At this stage the axe was shown to the jury for their inspection. Alexander Williams said that he was night watchman on the Cav Manas estate St. Catherine. On sunday Tho 28th of april this year he saw the accused on the estate. He asked accused if he were working and he replied yes. Ile held him the accused asked him Why he had held him. Lie told the accused for killing a Man. The accused said no sir. Done to have such a thing in your mind. I never do such a thing. He took accused to or. Cowan the overseer. The accused denied the allegation but subsequently said i going Tell you the truth. Me and a Man have a Little talking on thursday night. Tho Man Tek out a Long knife and stabbed at me. Tho Man smoke Ganja. I lick him just Here indicating the left Side of the neck then i ran. The same morning or. Cowan handed accused Over to Tho police at Smith Village. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite the accused had just begun to work i Here. Emanuel Cowan said that he was farm manager on the Cay Manus estate St. Catherine. On Hie 26th of april this year tile accused came to the estate and asked for work lie employed him As a stable hand. On sunday the 2 is ii Hie accused was brought to him by Williams Hie night watchman. Tie told accused that he was going to detain him for lie answered the description and bore the name of a Mon who was wanted by the police for i Ruer. The accused said hint he knew nothing of any murder. He then explain of to the accused the circumstances of the murder for which the Man was wanted. Accused afterwards said that he had had to quarrel with a Man on hip thursday night before. That the tried to Cut him Arne he had chopped him with an axe hut did not know that lie was dead he took the accused to the Smith Village police station and handed him Over to sat Dobson. Cross examined by or. Brathwaite he Only knew the name of the accused on sunday the 28fh when he was held by the watchman. William Dobson said that he was Corporal of police stationed at Smith Village. On the 28th of april this year the accused was brought to the station by or. Cowan. To arrested the accused on a charge of murdering Edward . To cautioned the accused who said All right sir. No Cross examination. This closed the cast for the grow l a Brathwaite said that he would like All those witnesses whom the Crown prosecutor had not though fit to Call to be called up so that he might Cross examine them. They would introduce a new aspect into the Case. entered no objection. His honour allowed the witnesses to be called. Joseph Pinnock said that he lived on the new Lincoln Road in St. Andrew. On the night of the 251ii april this year he went out on the new Lincoln Road whore a revival mooting was being held. While he was in the Road he saw i lie deceased comp up where some Fellows wet a talking. The deceased was smoking a cigarette and had a knife in hts hand. Tho deceased said that to was in his a spliff. A he did not know what spliff meant the deceased held the accused Aud began to draw him meanwhile be brandished the knife in his hand saying we must live in Unity with each other. The accused told deceased to let. Go and began to use foul language. A woman called out to the accused to Stop using bad language. The deceased was pulling the accused away from the crowd towards Hie Russeau Road while in fainted him with the knife several times. The accused subsequently pulled himself away from the deceased and went Down the Road. The deceased was going inside Hie meeting when a woman stopped him and j prevented Bis entering. A you Rani come in she said to the de ceased a for you smoke your Ganja 1 and trouble people in the Road. You Only going break up he meeting j the prisoner afterwards returned with an axe. The deceased said some thing to the woman who detained him at the Gate and Tim accused i struck him in Hie neck with the axe the deceased did not have a knife in Bis hand when he was struck he did remember that the deceased told the accused you no Badda than my knife. It was before the accused went away to get the axe that he heard the accused say to the deceased let me go. He Quot was not Able to see of the deceased went Over to the opposite Bank on which the accused was with be axe and i collared him. The crowd was too i Large and he Hall a Side View. The court then adjourned for j Lunet a the resumption on the resumption or. Brathwaite examined Augustus Reid Reid said that he lived at 4 2 new i i n col ii Road in St. Audrew. He knew both the accused and Hie deceased. On the 25th of april oils year he went to a revival meeting at no. 58 new Lincoln Road. He heard a noise outside. He went outside and saw the deceased Loken standing neat the Gate. He saw Thi accused Breakenridge sitting on the. Opposite hand of the Road. He Hegji the deceased say to the accused a you Are not Luadda Dan me knife. The accused said if you Don t think i Badda Dan your knife come up near me. He did not hear the deceased Tell accused not to touch him. He saw the deceased go across the Road towards the accused with both hands in his trousers pocket. Wilfred Francis said to the deceased that a the Man. I bet you you done to touch him when deceased reached a Yard from the Bank where accused was the latter took his axe and struck him in the neck. He did not see the deceased Collar the accused. He did not hear accused at that time say to the deceased let me go when he came outside into the Road he did not hear the accused say let me go Joseph Rae said he lives at 57 new Lincoln Road. He remembered he evening of the 25th of april this year. He walked up the new Lincoln Road on that evening. He saw five or six Fellows talking together. He knew both the deceased and the accused. The accused was in conversation with Oiler Fellows and the deceased interfered by joining into the conversation. Deceased said All these Fellows around Here form up together and i Don t see Why they should not live in Unity. He did not hear deceased say i in a spliff. He did not know the smell of Ganja. The deceased was smoking at the time. Deceased took a knife which lie had in ins hand and brandished at Wilfred Francis. The deceased then held on to the accused and Drew him up the Road behind him. Deceased pulled the accused away from tile people standing around towards Rosseau Road. Tile accused told deceased to let him go and began to use indecent language. The accused got into a rage and pulled away himself from Tho deceased. The accused went Down the Road. The deceased followed the accused As far As the Gate where the meeting was held. Ile did not see deceased go into Hie meeting. The accused retinue about fifteen minutes afterwards with an axe. Tits accused went Ann sat. Down Oil Tho opposite Bank of the Road. Wilfred Francis said to the deceased. Loken that he should not trouble the accused As he was a had fellow. The deceased said he is not bad. To Only looks so. The accused said it you Don t think i bad touch me. The deceased went Over and touched the accused on the left shoulder. The accused said nothing but took up the axe and chopped the deceased. Or. Brathwaite said that he was not calling the other witness. Ambrosine Brown or. Brathwaite addressed the jury he told them that there were circumstances in the Case which would militate against the fair trial of the prisoner but he was asking them to combat those circumstances when they came to consider their verdict. He was asking them to remove from their minds whatsoever they had read of the Case in the press the startling headlines and garbled re ports which had been appearing from the slaying of Edward Loken took place naturally a Case of Tho sort usually struck horror in the hearts and minds of All peaceful citizens to was however asking the jury in spite of these circumstances to give the prisoner As fair a trial As they possibly could. Counsel for the defence then referred to the witnesses whom he had called up for Cross examination those witnesses lie said were not his witnesses in Hiiva sense of the word. They were witnesses who had been called us it on to give evidence St the prelim Narr Aram Anttio before the resident magistrate but who had Ltd used Beld him and attempted to it not been called by the Crown. Those i draw his knife and that he was witnesses had been useful. The jury j in great fear had heard the witnesses for the pro pm the safety of his life. He feared sedition. The defence would Call Evi-1 that the deceased would Stab him Deuce to show that Tho prisoner a j mid he struck out Minotty with the youth of Only 18 years of age had been greatly provoked that the knife which had been aft r wards found in he pocket or the dead Man bad been previously used by Tho deceased to terrorize tile prisoners a terror which ii a j greatly operated upon the Young mind of the prisoner. The prisoner was a Young Man and As such one could Nae i Well understand the Frame of ruin i j six in in which he was when his primitive passions got hold of him. The defence would Call evidence to say that axe which lie then had in his hand. Counsel then told tile jury that Pun these facts which would be proven Hie defence would ask i hem to aeq11ii i tie prisoner. Tile prisoner was put into the Box to give his Story of lie affair. A Peri Breakenridge. The accused said that he lived at 5 Ros Seail Roa i in is Andrew lie was 18 years of Nae la had Only been to school for nth Ile knew the deceased Edward i men. Ile had known him for a Iii it s years. Before the night of the 25th of april this year he the prosecution was right in that. The had never quarrelled with the ded Censed held on to the prisoner nil l ceased Loken was a Man of bad despite his telling the former to let character Ile knew that the de him go. It was Only when he chose ceased used to Moke Ganja. He had to do so that be let go of the accused often seen the deceased smoking Gam evidence would to called to show j a. He knew Wilfred Barnes. Of that the deceased was a Law less a a a the evening of the 25th of last month Perado to did not befit anyone to lie went to the revival meeting on speak ill of the dead but lie would be lacking in Bis duty of to concealed front be jury a fact which was a main Factor in the Case and was responsible for the unfortunate occur rence of the night or the 25th of last month. He would Call witnesses to show7 that the deceased was Hie new Lincoln Road. He was called outside. Tie spoke to Pereival Many Maul said to him Between von and your brother said that i snatched off Throe boys names front ii i n a Kip team you and your brother think that nobody an beat you but when i catch you Between my Man of violent character. The go i Trail i will l eat in i of you. The defence would also prove that tile d ended then came in from Down Lin ceased was on the a Alparn on the i loin Road the deceased was smok Dav in question. Then they came to the incident it self. Witnesses would be called to prove that on the night of the occurrence the deceased threatened a to Lay the accused a belly on the ground and brandished a knife at him. The prisoner would Al them that he saw the deceased place the knife in such a precarious position and so became frightened pulled himself away and ran Down the Road. The prisoner would Tell them How ing a Ganja spliff. Deceased said a you Fellows around Here grow up together and must riot have anything but. Live in unit. Deceased also said i Iii a i spliff. He smelt the Gania and told deceased to go away. De a eased then held him a in the Waist and Egan to drag him away from the Rowel. Tin deceased was brandishing hic knife in his face. To called out to the deceased to let him go. 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