APNU urges probe of police killings

Alarmed over recurring reports of unlawful killings by members of the police force, main opposition coalition APNU yesterday called for an independent judicial inquiry into all such cases over the past eight years.

“APNU iterates its demand that an independent judicial inquiry be conducted into all reports of killings by the Guyana Police Force,” coalition leader David Granger told a news conference yesterday, while saying there is abundant evidence to justify the call.

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