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May 28, 2015

Deputy Post Master General Says Theft of Monies is not Pilfering of Mail

Passion Bennett Dougal Anthony

Gabriel assures the public that the theft is not to be confused with the pilfering of mail, for which several protocols are in place to catch perpetrators. And on the eve of a planned arrest, the suspect reportedly absconded to the U.S.  The matter, says Gabriel, is now in the hands of the police department and he is not ruling out Interpol.


James Gabriel, Deputy Post Master General

“A report was subsequently made to the police and the matter now lies in the hands of the police. The officer that has been implicated is one Miss Passion Bennett Dougal Anthony. Reports reaching us also is that Misses Anthony has since left the country. As I have mentioned the matter is under investigation. The Post Office continues to do its internal auditing. The Audit Department has been notified and that is where it stands.”


James Gabriel

Duane Moody

“I know you said that it is in the hands of the police, but with Misses Anthony not here in the country, what then? Where to that investigation?”


James Gabriel

“There’s Interpol and so it will not be strange for the police to work something out with Interpol and to get her back. So I am hoping that that is what will happen.”

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4 Responses for “Deputy Post Master General Says Theft of Monies is not Pilfering of Mail”

  1. Ali BaBarrow says:

    is not Interpol asking for Mello and GOB refused?

    How is the McAfee indictment going? All GOB has to do is issue a warrant to reel him in.

    Is there not a minister’s brother who is wanted by the US for big dollar insurance fraud?

    Good luck playing ball with them.

    The #$%^ stole $20k and soon will be out of money and no place to go.

  2. Karl says:

    Letters are also being stolen. I sent a US Priority Mail letter at a cost of $25 dollars US, to a Freetown Road address about 4 weeks ago that never arrived. According to US postal authority this should have taken 7 to 10 business days. This is not the first time that this has happen.

    Post Master General you need to get a handle of your WHOLE department. Lesson learned, pay for tracking, and even then, that might mean nothing. Its very simple on what to do, sting operations.

  3. Greeneyes says:

    What I can’t understand is why it take them so long to find out this woman was stealing. you should have check and balance everyday. who ever is incharge should be fired! the first day she was short you should have known……Government departments to sleck!

  4. Juneberg says:

    Those things never happen by one person alone. Clearly this was perpetrated by more than one party. Something does not add up. What happen to the check and balancing. Come on post office sell me another story. Get to the bottom and find all involved! And that include those stealing the mails that never reach their destination. Paint those people black also. As in the case of interpol waste your time finding the murderers who are terrorizing the country Mr pm. Waste of time!!

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