Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Correct Police Procedures

In his recent reply to Robert Vasquez's letter to the Gibraltar Chronicle, the chairman of the Police Authority said that proper police procedures had been followed in the decision to release the Guardia Civiles who unlawfully landed in Gibraltar. I wonder what these procedures were?

In the short time that elapsed between the incident and the release of the Guardia Civiles, how many persons were identified as witnesses by the police? How many names of witnesses were taken by the police? How many eye witness statements did they take? Who carefully considered the evidence to enable that person to decide that it was all one awful mistake and so the Guardia Civiles should not be arrested or charged but instead should be released?

Time for a full enquiry? surely it must be.

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