GREEN LIGHT: Accused of rape, Guyana's top cop Henry Greene proceeds on leave
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GREEN LIGHT: Accused of rape, Guyana's top cop Henry Greene proceeds on leave

Georgetown : Guyana | Dec 18, 2011 at 4:09 AM PST
Source: CANA Caribbean News
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Guyana, CMC President Donald Ramotar has acceded to a request from Commissioner of Police Henry Greene for leave in light of a rape allegation against him last week. Greene has proceeded on leave as an investigation in to the allegation gets underway. FULL ARTICLE AT CANA Caribbean News
 
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