P.C. Paul Adey a response officer based at Bridge Street West Police Station, was first in the witness box and gave his account of events.
All defendants are separately represented and PC Adey gave a varying account of events and appeared now to admit that there may have been a white sheet present, but claimed it was not in Kingsley head whilst in the seclusion room at the Cappra Suite.
Adey a married father of two children, spoke with a soft calm voice whilst giving evidence gave an account of being exhausted and upset following his encountered with Kingsley Burrell, whom he gave baton strikes, strikes and also red dotted him with a taser and restrained him also.
He claim that this could have affected his account but he clearly showed recollection of various events which distracted him from his main task for being present with Mr Burrell.
He will be cross-examined on Monday morning at Birmingham crown Court commencing 10.00am.
The case continues.....