The Director of Public Prosecutions, DPP, Victoria Charles-Clarke, has said that no one has been cleared, vindicated or exonerated in the IMPACS probe.
“All I am saying is that I have not been furnished with the evidence and that is what I have requested,” Charles-Clarke said in an interview with the Times.
The DPP, who summoned a news conference last week to discuss the IMPACS report that she had received, observed that there was a lot of misconception and misinterpretation of what she had said.
“The process is still in train. I have requested the evidence that is all that has happened. I have not indicated that anyone has been cleared. There has been no finding,” she told the Times.
The IMPACS report was compiled based on an investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings by some members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, RSLPF.