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Feb 7, 2018

Ahmads Entitled to Opinions, Says ComPol, But Video is the Facts

The Police Department appears not to be taking the bait of the Ahmad family in relation to some of the key pieces of evidence being used to support a murder charge against one of their own, Woman Police Constable Michelle Brown. Fareed Ahmad was shot inside his car on December twenty-seventh in Hattieville; he died two hours later at the K.H.M.H.  The family contends that footage police obtained from the night of the murder, which they have viewed, does not show Fareed Ahmad picking up Brown or any indication that they were together. The phone record logs provided to police from Ahmad’s phone shows no contact between them either. But Police Commissioner Allen Whylie told the media on Tuesday that the Ahmads are entitled to their opinion.


Allen Whylie

Allen Whylie, Commissioner of Police

“All that I’ll say is that we live in a democratic country and that’s the beauty; people have the right to hold as much press conferences as they want and to say what is their perception of the issue and I’ll leave it there. I knew nothing of the press conference, and I have nothing more to say in terms of the matter at this time.”

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