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A former Anglican priest talks about a security breach during the July 1990 attempted coup

coup Former Anglican priest Canon Dr Knolly Clarke is convinced that the management of the local security forces after the July 1990 insurgence was not done the way it should have been.

He said this today when he testified today in the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 attempted coup.

Canon Clarke said there were obvious signs that something was not right, yet there were no preventive measures in place.

Mr. Clarke described the Parliament as a free for all on that day

He questioned how more than 100 persons could enter without being noticed by security

Written by Sandy Mahabal