If you have been following the court case on Harry 'Bungles' Daley then you should know that things are looking rather sticky on the cop.
The witness against him had a lot to say as he told the court that he had been cooperating in nailing the cop for almost a year.
Every time he handed him protection money, every conversation he had with him was being recorded and all we can say is that his lawyer had better have a few tricks up her sleeve also.
According to a report on RJR News Government prosecutors on Monday applied to the court to show video images they claim captured Superintendent Daley collecting protection money from Tafari Clarke, the man who has accused him of extortion.
The video images and audio recordings were captured during six months of covert operations carried out by members of the Anti-corruption Branch.
In his testimony, Mr. Clarke said in 2007, he was approached by Superintendent Daley who demanded that he pay him $20,000 as protection money for a plaza he was operating in Charlemont, St. Catherine.
Mr. Clarke said he had approached the Superintendent, who was also a close friend of his father, after experiencing problems collecting rent from his tenants.
According to Mr. Clarke, Mr. Daley dealt with the problem but he began demanding the protection money on a monthly basis.
The witness said he had been paying the money, but in February 2008, he decided to report the senior officer to the Anti-corruption Branch.
Mr. Clarke told the court that as part of efforts to capture Superintendent Daley, he wore a miniature camera and wire during his encounters with the cop.
According to him, he was wearing them while handing over money to Superintendent Daley between February and July 2008.
Mr. Clarke also told the court that on July 31, 2008, he handed over $15,000 in marked notes to the senior cop.
Superintendent Daley was later intercepted by undercover police officers who held him in possession of the marked notes.
Defence attorneys objected to the court viewing the video footage and the judge is to rule today, (Tuesday)as to whether she will admit the video surveillance footage as evidence.
We will keep you informed