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May 10, 2018

D.P.M. Asks U.S. to Explain Incident in Henry County, Georgia

Earlier today, the Deputy Prime Minister Faber was asked to comment about reports that he had been involved in an incident in the United States where he was detained. That query was prompted by newspaper articles stating that a man was detained after two Henry County schools in Atlanta were put on lockdown after a domestic situation was reported in the area. While that article does not name the DPM, allegations linked him to the incident. The response provided by Faber was that he has asked the U.S. State Department to make a statement.



“Sir, there is an allegation that while you were away on that extended visit, you were actually in detention of police over there. Can you clarify or deny that?”


Patrick Faber

Patrick Faber, Deputy Prime Minister

“Well, I am waiting for a clarification document like that to come out because I have heard those things. So, I have asked for the US Embassy and the State Department to issue something on that matter so that people can be assure that the Deputy Prime Minister was not in any kind of – that yeah.”



“So, these were rumors? Do you consider these rumors or…?”


Patrick Faber

“I will ask them to put out something that will clear all of that up.”



“So, you won’t discuss the nature of that incident?”


Patrick Faber

“I will ask the – because whatever I tell you, they might dispute so I will ask them to put it out so that all can be clear.”

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1 Response for “D.P.M. Asks U.S. to Explain Incident in Henry County, Georgia”

  1. Fullname says:

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