The Vybz Krtel murder trial shifted slightly this morning following yesterday’s scheduled break. The prosecution instead of continuing with their final witness Corporal Sean Brown, sought and was granted permission to call another witness, Regional Fraud Manager of Cable and Wireless, Rudolph Miles. Miles testified that he received a request in writing from the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) on information and data related to certain mobile pin numbers. Miles said that checks were conducted on the RIM (Research in Motion, now BlackBerry) portal and four pin numbers were accessed. The request covers the period October 15- November 15, 2011. The subscriber information linked one of the pins to Adijah Palmer with December 12, 1980 date of birth. Subscriber activity on the phone ceased June 18, 2013. In the case of the 2 other pins, both were not active. Miles said the pins were connected to Digicel. In later cross examination Miles said that that in most instances the company’s agents require the address and identification of customers entering into a contracted. He added that it was recognized in this case that no address was given. Attorney Tom Tavares Finson, representing Vybz Kartel suggested that the name of his client was spelt incorrectly as well as the birthdate. Finson said his client was born on January 7, 1976. Miles was shown the birth certificate as proof. He later admitted that the information presented to court was what was on his company’s system. The trial continues with testimony from Coporal Shawn Brown of the Organised Crime Investigation Division (OCID).