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Sep 16, 2014

GSU Boss Mark Flowers Under Fire From Wilson Street Women


Mark Flowers

Mark Flowers, the Head of the Gang Suppression Unit, made the headlines recently when he made public comments against the two-term former Prime Minister Said Musa, who at a political convention, called for the disbandment of the GSU. And as you know, the Unit has often come under fire for the use of excessive force on citizens. Tonight, Flowers is back on the news and this time he is on the receiving end because two women are making serious allegations against him. The residents are claiming that Flowers attacked them on Wilson Street where they reside. Flowers, they claim, pulled his police issued firearm on them on Wilson Street which is three blocks away from the GSU offices on Newtown Barracks. The women also allege that Flowers was intoxicated. The report has not made it on the daily police sit-rep, but we are told that an investigation is ongoing and Flowers remains on duty pending the outcome of the internal investigation. This afternoon, we got by him phone; he did not deny that a report has been filed against him, but said that he is aware of the allegation and that he is not bothered by it.

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1 Response for “GSU Boss Mark Flowers Under Fire From Wilson Street Women”

  1. history minded says:

    I don’t know about this guy but this GSU still not going to work, stop trying to fight fire with fire.

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