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Jun 2, 2017

Chan Says U.S. Visa Expired, Was Not Revoked

Rochelle Chan

Separate and apart from the allegations made against him by Burgess, reports surfaced that Assistant Superintendent Rochelle Chan had his U.S. visa revoked by authorities. The truth is in somewhat greater detail, according to Chan, and has nothing to do with any Immigration involvement or with this week’s revelations.

 

ASP Rochelle Chan, Denies Involvement

“If my mind serves me right, in 2006 I was granted a visa for me to go and testify in the Hertular case – I don’t know if you remember that case?”

 

Reporter

“Yes, Robert Hertular?”

 

ASP Rochelle Chan

“The extradition and the drug trafficking case – I’m proud to say we got a conviction on that. The visa was granted to me – I haven’t paid a cent for any visa; it was complementary from the U.S. government. It was a tourist visa extended until February 2016, which has expired. From since then I have had no visa, and to say that anything has been revoked, no.  It’s not so.”

 

Catch all of the drama and theatre from Wednesday’s public hearing in a special uncut edition airing on Sunday morning right here on Channel Five.

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1 Response for “Chan Says U.S. Visa Expired, Was Not Revoked”

  1. Mick says:

    ASP Chan will prove to the public that his visa was not revoked by going to the embassy and get, I did not say applied, get a new one!

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