Reputed leader of the Spanish Town-based Klansman gang Tesha Miller was today denied bail when he appeared before the Supreme Court in Kingston.
He has been charged with two counts of accessory before and after the fact in relation to the 2008 murder of then Jamaica Urban Transit Company Managing Director, Douglas Chambers.
Miller was arrested and charged by detectives from the Counter Terrorism and Organized Crime Division last week.
His attorney Bert Samuels says he is prepared to take the matter to trial.
In 2016, another Klansman gangster, Andrew “Blackman” Bryan was freed of the same murder. Bryan is currently in custody after being arrested earlier this year for breaching the anti-gang legislations.
Tesha Miller is scheduled to make another appearance in court on November 26 when another application for bail will be made.
Police say Mr. Chambers was shot multiple times in the head after he reportedly refused to pay extortion monies to the Klansman gang.