Four witnesses were called to the stand when the Barbados leg of Shanique Myrie's discrimination case against Barbados was heard before the Caribbean Court of Justice in Supreme Court No 1 yesterday.
Myrie is claiming that she was discriminated against as a Jamaican national contrary to the Revised Treaty of Chaguaramas, when she was detained at Grantley Adams International Airport on March 14, 2011 and eventually deported the next day.
She also claims to have been subjected to a humiliating body cavity search.
The witnesses yesterday were the airport's general manager Joseph Johnson, its systems manager Ian Best, Acting Comptroller of Customs Frank Holder, and Police Sergeant Vernon Farrell.
The case continues today.