Phone records put Hicken under scrutiny

-Rohee admits call, denies cover up

The testimony of Senior Superintendent Clifton Hicken, the former divisional commander responsible for Linden, has come under further scrutiny after phone records produced to the Linden Commission of Inquiry (COI) last week showed that he was in contact with Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee on the day the three Lindeners were fatally shot despite his denials that he had no contact with Rohee.

Rohee on Friday also acknowledged that he was in contact with Hicken on the evening of July 18 following the shootings.

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