Greene violated ethics, ‘took advantage’ of rape accuser

-Women and Gender Equality Commission

Former Police Commissioner Henry Greene violated professional ethics and took advantage of the vulnerability of the woman who later accused him of raping her, according to the Women and Gender Equality Commission.

“As the Commission with responsibility for monitoring the treatment meted out to women and on gender issues, we feel that Mr Greene should have resigned himself immediately,” said the Commission in a statement issued on Monday.

It also commended the Director of Public Prosecutions Shalimar Ali-Hack for her recommendation that Greene be  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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