Colwyn Harding file back with police for further investigations – DPP

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Shalimar Ali-Hack today said that  the police file in the Colwyn Harding alleged rape matter has been returned to the Guyana Police Force for further investigations to be conducted.

“The DPP further wishes to clarify that the Harding file was received at these Chambers on the 6th February, 2014 and was dispatched to the GPF on the 19th February, 2014. The DPP herein verifies that the Harding file was at the Chambers for twelve working days and not ALMOST one month after recommendations on the matter were made by the Chairman of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) as was stated in the Guyana Times Newspapers”, the statement said.

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