Cops have denied baton rape –Brumell

-mother of complainant denies police version on initial report

The cops at the centre of a shocking baton rape allegation have denied committing the act, according to Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell.

The alleged November 2013 assault on Colwyn Harding has also raised burning questions as to why the police were only this week stepping up the probe into allegations against ranks at the Timehri Police Station.

While senior police officials, including  Brumell, say that they only became aware of the severity of the allegation made by Harding last Thursday, his mother yesterday maintained that she told Brumell, Divisional Commander George Vyphuis and another senior officer since mid-December  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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