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Aug 14, 2017

ACP Broaster Denies Any Political Interference in Case

Edward Broaster

So with all the confusion surrounding the whodunit mystery, is the department attempting to protect Jafari Castro and his alleged accomplices?  According to ACP Broaster, there hasn’t been any political interference during the course of their investigation, despite the abrupt transfer of Inspector Fitzroy Yearwood.  Last Wednesday, it was announced that Yearwood had been relocated to the Queen Street Police Station where he assumes the post of Relief Commander.  He released a police report to the media several hours earlier which stated that the Castro brothers were indeed wanted for questioning in connection with the incident, but that report was withdrawn.  ACP Broaster insists that there is no political maneuvering afoot.

 

Reporter

“Sir is it a concern for you as someone who wants to maintain the good name of the police department that this particular instance, this particular incident will be perceived that there was political maneuverings in trying to protect, even if that is not the case, Mr. Jafari Castro.”

 

 

Jafari Castro

ACP Edward Broaster, Commander of Operations

“There is no political maneuvering.  There was never any attempt by our press office or this department to protect anybody from scrutiny.”

 

Reporter

“But was there any call, any involvement whatsoever, because the father of these two…”

 

ACP Edward Broaster

“There was none, it doesn’t matter who the father was or who the father is.”

 

Reporter

“He has insisted that they were not being sought, going to the point of saying that the gentleman was not even in the country at the time.”

 

ACP Edward Broaster

“I cannot speak for him.”

 

Reporter

“Are you aware if it was only one Castro brother, Jafari and not Wasani who was there?  Was Wasani there as well or was he in the crowd?”

 

ACP Edward Broaster

“Like I said, the evidence that we have gathered so far led us to issue the warrant for Jafari Castro.”

 

The whereabouts of the three men remain unknown.

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1 Response for “ACP Broaster Denies Any Political Interference in Case”

  1. Timber says:

    Send out an APB for him and only one of two mot obvious places, Los Angeles, or in Houston where he’s at sometimes spending money for ih Pa fu buy vehicles hanging wid thiefing Stanley Bailey. Birds of a feather flock together.

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