Rev Al Miller says Commish betrayed him and he has secrets that could 'mash up di dolly house'

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dudus-rev-al.jpgRev Al Miller, who was recently fined one million dollars for harbouring a fugitive, says the former Commissioner of Police, Owen Ellington gave him two options to relay to fugitive Dudus: surrender directly to the Commissioner or to American law enforcement authorities.

Miller, who has been convicted for his role in transporting Dudus -- whose arrest ended an islandwide manhunt after he was found in the company of Miller --- has now broken his silence to say that Ellington betrayed him.

When asked why the former commissioner would do such a thing, Miller answered: "That a di shocker, but we can't talk it now or the whole dollyhouse mash up."

Miller's comments came during an exclusive interview with The Gleaner/Power106 News Centre, just days after his corruption case ended with a $1 million fine.

Miller had maintained that he was taking Coke to surrender to US authorities and that members of the Police High Command were, at all times, aware of his actions.

In July, the founding pastor of Fellowship Tabernacle church located in St Andrew was convicted of attempting to pervert the course of justice, six years after drug kingpin Christopher 'Dudus' Coke was captured in a vehicle he was driving along Mandela Highway in St Catherine.