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The two people at the centre of a case involving a restaurant owner who is accused of spitting in the face of a vendor on the Reduit Beach during an altercation had their first hearing in court today.

The sufficiency hearing came following a decision by Ms Mariette Benjamin to press charges against the accused.

A leading lobbyist and President of the Vendors Association who has been rallying public support for Ms Benjamin says the case the matter has been adjourned.

Mr Peter Ras Ipa Isaac says new information has surfaced suggesting that Michael Richings has filed a counter suit.

Mr Isaac says he has received information that seven witnesses are expected to be called in the case for both sides.

The matter has been adjourned to April 24th
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