Wednesday, May 29, 2013

No bug in DPP office: George

File: Emmanuel George - "...there is no bug found in the DPP’s Office."
A report in the Newsday newspaper Wednesday quotes National Security Minister Emmanuel George as saying that there was no bug in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) as claimed in an article in the Trinidad Guardian.

The paper said it spoke with George Tuesday following the adjournment of the Senate. During the sitting, Opposition Senator Faris Al-Rawi suggested that the authorities do not appear to be interested in investigating the report of the bugging of the DPP's office.

NEWSDAY said the opposition Senator charged that nobody in Government was “getting hot and sweaty” to investigate the report that the DPP’s Office was bugged. 

The report had this quote from the minister: "All I can say is I have gotten a report from the Acting Commissioner of Police that there is no bug found in the DPP’s Office." 

George told the paper the police made a sweep of the office of the DPP in January and "nothing like that was found.”

The minister accused Al-Rawi of telling a lie. "What they do is throw a lie out there and truth has to go running after it to see if he can catch him", Newsday quoted George as saying.

Al-Rawi also alleged that a contractor, Super Industrial Services (SIS), is providing private security services to the DPP’s Office. SIS is not a security agency. It provides civil engineering, mechanical engineering, plant construction and maintenance and the supply of concrete blocks and aggregates.

In response to that George said, "He has information I don’t have."

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