Justice Institute condemns alleged baton attack

– Rohee says await all facts

Even as the Justice Institute Guyana yesterday condemned the alleged baton rape committed on Colwyn Harding and the PNCR made a monetary donation, Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee urged all to await the facts before rushing to judgment.

Rohee, in response to questions from the media on the issue at the weekly PPP press conference said everyone should await all the facts that would be based on reports that would come out officially. “I am all for the reports to be made public so that people could draw their own conclusion,” he said.

Rohee told the media that the DPP’s view on the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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