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PCA investigates possible police misconduct in Anna Deonarine case…

Gillian Lucky

Director of the Police Complaints Authority,Gillian Lucky

Head of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA), Jillian Lucky, says the PCA Shas conducted an investigation into possible misconduct by the police as it relates to the leak of a police file on Independent Liberal Party Deputy Political Leader, Anna Deonarine.

Ms. Lucky said the Authority, decided to conduct the investigation following revelations on the United National Congress (UNC) political platform and media reports on the confidential information. 

Attorney General, Anand Ramlogan, and UNC candidate for St Joseph, talk-show host, Ian Alleyne, both alleged fraudulent activity regarding the purchase of a luxury vehicle by a company which Ms. Deonarine was said to be a director.

Ms. Deonarine had denied the allegations.

According to the PCA Director, the authority had written to acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams who confirmed there was a file, but that it was in the possession of the Director of Public Prosecutions, since the case involved fraud.

Ms. Lucky stated that DPP Roger Gaspard cleared Ms. Deonarine of criminal wrongdoing in relation to the purchase of the luxury Range Rover vehicle that was reported stolen in the United Kingdom.