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Nov 15, 2011

B.D.F. suspends its own during investigation

Now, in respect of the forty-two weapons that were stolen from under the noses of the B.D.F. at Price Barracks back in October, there is some development to report. Word to News Five this evening is that four officers have been placed on administrative leave. A report following the heist submitted by C.E.O. in the Ministry of Defence, Allen Wylie recommended the suspensions of several ranking officers including: Technical Quarter Master, Sergeant Roy Flores; Force Field Officer Captain Damain Amaya and the Deputy Commandant of the Force, Javier Castellanos. We have been able to confirm this evening, however if those three officer were the ones sent on leave.

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3 Responses for “B.D.F. suspends its own during investigation”

  1. Sasha says:

    It is a good idea that high ranking as well was included in weapons missing, they always blame the little fish. Most weapons I know are usually stored at the Company HQ which houses the CO office. Hope they find it or there will be more blood baths.

  2. CEO says:

    I find it soooooo…surprising that this is an inside job! No she-it! Tell us something we don’t already know!

    Seems that there is no one in the GOB who is there for love of country! Everyone is on the take!

  3. Elgin Martinez says:

    Allen Wylie need to go and do basic training before talking about suspending these three BDF Officers that has earned their rank.He is just appointed to Ministry of Defense as a result of his political affiliations.

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