TTPS denies collusion in THA audiogate scandal

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TTPS denies collusion in THA audiogate scandal

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service denies claims of collusion between the TTPS and the government to remove individuals at the Tobago House of Assembly.

Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police Intelligence, Curt Simon, made this known during the weekly TTPS media briefing on Thursday held at Police Administration Building, Port of Spain.

His comments come as Tobago House of Assembly Education Secre­tary Zorisha Hackett and employee Kevon McKenna were charged in relation to the ongoing investigation into a controversial audio clip.

The duo was charged by the White Collar Crime Unit after failing to obey a court order to disclose any information about the audio recording being investigated by police.

ACP Simon confirmed the TTPS will widen its scope pertaining to the investigations of the so called audio gate.