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Allen Whylie

Posted: Thursday, October 5, 2017. 8:37 a.m. CST.

By BBN Staff: The Gang Suppression Unit (GSU) has come under fire repeatedly and even more so when Kelvin Usher had disappeared from a marijuana plantation where the GSU had conducted an operation.

Following that incident, Prime Minister Dean Barrow, had said that there was a mistrust between the public and the GSU and further indicated that the unit would be re-purposed.

Well according to the Commissioner of Police, Allen Whylie, the GSU is not going anyway.

However he claimed that there would have been a meeting to discuss the primary role and focus of the unit so as to clear all doubts.

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