Well it was good that he could recall that, as there are many other things he he could not recall or indeed his account was questionable during most of his evidence today. At one point you would have asked as to whether or not he was at the same incident.
The most sensational claim, was he could not see Kingsley head covered with the infamous blanket which 6 other witnesses saw. However, the Coroner resorted to showing PC Adey the pictures showing clearly a blanket covering Kingsley head and being held by the Ambulance Technician along with this PC standing next to the trolley.
It was also noted that all negative issues concerning Kingsley were well recollected by PC Adey, however, alot of his evidence was based on differing account or he did not see or could not remember, to the point where he contradicted his own statements made in November 2011.
To be blunt his evidence was questionable from start to finish.
A statement was then read to the Jury, confirming that Kingsley Burrell did not not have a criminal record or an existing heart condition.
Finally, The Medical Director of the Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Trust DR. Peter Lewis gave short evidence concerning diversity and stigma in Mental health concerning the African and Caribbean Community and their efforts to break down barriers, whilst ensuring equality of treatment.
The case was now adjourned until Monday morning for legal arguments and Tuesday for summing up where to Jury will be sent out for their deliberations sometime after that.
6th May 2015