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Guyana police commissioner suspended after rape allegations

first_img Tweet 38 Views   no discussions Share Share Guyana’s Police Commissioner Henry Green, who is facing rape allegationsGEORGETOWN, Guyana — Guyana’s Police Commissioner Henry Green has been placed on leave following allegations that he violently raped and falsely imprisoned a thirty-four year old mother of two at gun-point.Guyana’s government-run news agency, GINA, reported on Saturday that President Donald Ramotar had placed Green on leave pending the outcome of the rape investigation.The woman, the wife of a Guyana Defence Force officer, said the incident occurred at a guesthouse, for which she said Green had keys to a room.Green has been previously accused of rape during President Desmond Hoyte’s administration. He was a senior superintendent at the time, and was reportedly sent on leave but reinstated after the investigation allegedly stalled over a lack of evidence.Green’s US visa was revoked in 2006 by the US government for alleged involvement with criminals, including drug lords. The then US Ambassador to Guyana in 2006 warned then President Bharrat Jagdeo not to appoint Green as police commissioner, as he was possibly under DEA investigation and could be indicted by the US Justice Department.By Caribbean News Now contributorcenter_img Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Guyana police commissioner suspended after rape allegations by: – December 19, 2011 Sharelast_img

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