Luncheon defends probe of intelligence centre visit

Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr. Roger Luncheon yesterday defended the police probe of a visit on November 15 by two Stabroek News reporters to the National Intelligence Centre (NIC) in the Castellani House compound.

He said that the police were only called in after internal investigations established that the reporters had lied to gain entry to the facility.

“Our investigations have established beyond any reasonable doubt on our side that yes, indeed they did claim that the minister (Clement Rohee) sent them… You should agree that the headquarters of the intelligence agency could hardly be approached under the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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