Wednesday, June 12, 2013

PM, AG willing to hand over electronic devices to police

Local media reports Wednesday state that Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has told police investigators through her attorney that she will had over her electronic devices to police who are investigating the emails matter.

Persad-Bissessar was the person who called in police to investigate the matter when opposition leader Keith Rowley raised the matter of the emails during his no confidence motion in Parliament.

The reports say both the PM and Attorney General Anand Ramlogan have said they will hand over their devices on condition that police examine the devices in the presence of their lawyers and specialists in information technology.

The Trinidad Guardian says police have so far interviewed 10 people in connection with the email matter, including one of the its reporters, Denyse Renne. 

Leader investigator Mervyn Richardson told the Guardian, "We are making progress. We have received additional information from all parties involved in the investigation and we continue to work on these pieces of information.”

The paper said Richardson did not say who had been interviewed so far. "I can assure you that every effort is being made to expedite the investigation. However, we cannot sacrifice speed for efficiency or efficacy," the Guardian quoted Richardson as saying.

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