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Despite the ranting of Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee, Crime Chief Seelall Persaud,China NFL Jerseys, said that there is no evidence that police ranks are paid by the media for information.However,China Jerseys Wholesale, he said that there is some concern that unauthorised provision of information is compromising many police investigations.Speaking to reporters yesterday, Persaud, a Deputy Commissioner of Police, said that should the police unearth evidence that police are being paid to provide information to media houses, there will be prosecutions.“If we have evidence, we will prosecute those policemen. It’s a departmental breach and it may be a criminal breach if they obstruct investigations,” the Crime Chief said.“We don’t have evidence, but overwhelming information and we’re seeing it appearing in the news. We’re seeing things like ‘a police source’ being mentioned and the information that appears in the press, we know it comes from the police,” he added.But how does this prove that the police are actually being paid for the information? Could it be that the police are willingly giving it to the media?“We see no reason why they would willingly give the information. Because this is an investigation that is progressing normally, there is no skullduggery,Cheap Football Jerseys China, no cover up,Wholesale Jerseys From China, these are normal investigations,” Persaud explained.He went further to admit that police ranks are easily compromised.“Oh yes! We are prosecuting them all the time. You check the courts and you see many cases of corruption, there are investigations going on right now…let us not go and push our heads in the sand,China Jerseys Cheap,” the crime chief told the media.“Corruption is a deliberate decision, it’s based on an individual’s personal values,” he added.Earlier this week Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee went on the rampage accusing this newspaper of encouraging corruption by paying police ranks for information.This was in response to an article in the Kaieteur News in which a ‘whistleblower’ accused the Ministry of attempting to cover up a racket that dealt with the auction of unserviceable police vehicles.“It was a brazen attempt by Kaieteur News to cover up for those who were involved in the wrong doing and those who are paid in exchange for information about the Guyana Police Force.It is no secret that the Kaieteur News pays cash in exchange for information about happenings within the Force,” the Home Affairs Minister had declared.“While the Kaieteur News wants people to believe it is fighting corruption, it is in fact encouraging corruption within the Force by offering “big bucks” in exchange for information about happenings within the Guyana Police Force.“Try as desperately, cynically or cleverly as it may, every reader of the Kaieteur News knows that that newspaper offers cash for information about the Guyana Police Force.”
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