DPP says: No one has been exonerated in IMPACS report

DPP says: No one has been exonerated in IMPACS report

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.

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  1. Anonymous
    November 30, 2015 at 4:05 pm Reply

    Thank you this incompetent lady is demitting office….. She never told the public the position of Assistant DPP has bring advertise for the last how many months to a year…
    She never told the public it is not the job of the government to appoint an ADPP…

    This lady is just as dishonest as any layman…

    She never told the public the date of here letters to the government in relations to the exact help she need…

    Mum retire in peace… You have never been effective in this position…

  2. Harold Edwards
    November 30, 2015 at 6:37 pm Reply

    The DPP is sending out mix messages. Note guy Myers claiming the moral high ground based on his interpretation that there was no case to answer. It would seem that the DPP has allowed herself to be influenced by political meandering.

  3. Lucian
    November 30, 2015 at 10:35 pm Reply

    There was nothing “mixed” about the DPP’s message. I heard and read the statement and it was clear to me that the DPP is requesting to see the actual evidence that was cited in the report as the basis for the conclusions and recommendations presented, before deciding on any action. That Guy Mayers, SLP or anyone else may choose to interpret it otherwise is their fault, not the DPP’s.

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