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Sep 28, 2016

Are Police Compromised in Gregory Faull Murder Investigation?

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But is there any intention on the part of the police to investigate the murders? The documentary, for many, revealed deficiencies in the investigating process into the murders. The feature revealed that in the murder of Faull, former-caretaker Cassian Chavarria was never interviewed by police in connection with the homicide. McAfee also said in an interview that he was protected by police officers who lived on his Tower Hill property. The media asked ACP Williams today if the police department had been compromised.

 

ACP Chester Williams, Regional Commander, Eastern Division South

“When we investigate matters, we do not look at any racial or nationality implications. A murder is a murder regardless of where the person is originated from and every murder investigation requires the same level of police attention and so yes, I would want to think that there is some effort on the part of the police to be able to look further into the matter. It is not within my area of responsibility, but I am sure that those within whose area it falls will look at the video and see what can be done to move those two investigations forward.”

 

Duane Moody

“Sir did you get from the documentary that Mister McAfee was protected by police? That’s the implication in terms of the murder of Mister Middleton; that police really didn’t do what they were supposed to do to solve that crime.”

 

Chester Williams

ACP Chester Williams

“I would not go that far. I was not here when that crime took place. But from what I saw on the documentary, for him to say that there were police officers who lived at his place, I do not see that as them protecting him because he did not say exactly what or how the police officers were staying there—if they were paying or they were not paying as the case may be. He just said that police officers stayed at his place.”

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3 Responses for “Are Police Compromised in Gregory Faull Murder Investigation?”

  1. Hatari says:

    Just like the majority of the rest of gringo murders, nothing will happen. The police due not have the skill nor will to investigate complicated murder cases. If some fool doesn’t confess, then no convictions will be had. Just look at their dismal conviction rates.

  2. Justice Forfaull says:

    McAfee had several OW police officers on his payroll. He also gave them flat screen televisions, laptops etc.

  3. Angelof Death says:

    The Orange Walk UDP were upset that McAfee didn’t donate the $2M so they decided that they were going to teach this dusty gringo a lesson. They had the special police or someone like that that to kill the dogs to make it look like Greg Faull did it because he “didn’t like McAfee” or his dogs. The next day Greg was killed by the same people to make it look like McAfee did it to avenge his dogs and thereby framing McAfee for murder in a country where a “good enough” motive is sufficient to put somebody in jail for murder. They took Greg’s laptop and phone on the night of his murder to cover up any alibi that may have shown up on the night of the dog killings. Greg Faull never said he killed the dogs and didn’t get a change to say anything about it.
    As McCoy says at the end of the documentary, “it’s complicated.”

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