19th October 2010: The Manatt Commission of Enquiry into the role and conduct of the various public officials who handled the extradition request for Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke appointed.
6th December 2010: First sitting of the Manatt Commission of Enquiry at the Jamaica Conference
Centre in Kingston.
17th January 2011: Public hearings for the Manatt Commission of Enquiry commence in Jamaica.
29th April 2013: Public Defender submits Interim Report on the conduct of the security forces during the State of Emergency in May 2010 and recommends “That a through-going Commission of Enquiry be appointed to conduct a judicial enquiry into the activities of the State Security Forces and illegal gunmen during the State of Emergency 2010.”
1st December 2014: First session of the public hearings of the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry probing the conduct of the May 2010 police-military operations begins.
19th February 2016: Last session of the West Kingston Commission of Enquiry is held. Between 1st Dec 2014 and 19th Feb 2016, nine sessions were held. Ninety-four persons gave evidence at the hearings.
06th December 2017: Cabinet approves $200 million as compensation to aggrieved persons who were affected by the operations of the security forces in West Kingston in May 2010.
07th December 2017: Prime Minister Andrew Holness delivers a long awaited apology on behalf of the State for its actions during the May 2010 West Kingston incursion