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Sep 6, 2016

The Curious Case of Floyd Emmanuel Neal, Daniel Rae Morris and Passport P180550

Back in 2013, a Belizean from Camalote appeared to lose his passport and sought to get another one. A typical process – so why is his name in the Immigration Audit Report? Correspondent Aaron Humes traces the strange case of Floyd Emmanuel Neal.

 

Aaron Humes, Reporting

The Immigration Audit Report on Passports cites media reports from this station that passport P one-eight-zero-five-five-zero, issued to Floyd Emmanuel Neal of Camalote village, Cayo District, wound up in the hands of American fugitive Daniel Rae Morris, who was detained at the Northern Border with Mexico and subsequently expelled. But there are questions as to what Neal said happened to his passport, and the conflicting reports he gave Police and the immigration Department. In his police report, Neal said he simply lost the passport while returning home from Belmopan to Camalote. But he gave a more involved story to the Immigration Department, accusing police of misplacing his passport when they went to his house in May of 2012 to search it and detained him for robbery. Neal upon his release tried to obtain his passport back and was told it could not be located; more than a year later he was informed that his old passport and that it was tampered with. He got his passport back only a day after being informed about the old one. But that older passport had apparently wound up in the hands of Morris, who was captured about a month earlier. So the questions remain: how did the passport section miss the conflicting statements by Neal? For that matter, how did the Department’s investigators miss it? And how did Morris, named as a supervisor residing in Orange Walk with permanent residence and previously with two work permits, wind up with Neal’s passport? He was deported but never prosecuted in relation to the passport and he had also applied for nationality although the affidavits from Belizean referees were not signed. Aaron Humes reporting for News Five.

 

We’ll continue to follow the paper trail in Wednesday’s newscast. 

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1 Response for “The Curious Case of Floyd Emmanuel Neal, Daniel Rae Morris and Passport P180550”

  1. Ali BaBa-row, chief thief says:

    This is very simple, I own forty thieves.
    Each of my forty thieves owns another forty thieves, and so on.

    There are many thieves in many ministries, sometimes their is confusion and overlap.
    A thief in police must be owned by another thief in immigration, or the other way.
    Regardless, Morris was not prosecuted, he paid off the correct thief and the problem solved.

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