Prime Minister Harris sends Police Commissioner Ian Queeley on further leave until mid-January 2019

Photo Caption: Photo Caption: A collage with Commissioner Ian Queeley and Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. Timothy Harris


By: Erasmus Williams

Basseterre, St. Kitts, November 1, 2018 – Commissioner of the Royal St. Christopher and Nevis Police Force, Mr. Ian Queeley, has been sent on further leave by Prime Minister and Minister of National Security, Dr. Timothy Harris.

Commissioner Queeley went on vacation on October 1 and was scheduled to return to office on November 3. But according to multiple sources Thursday, although Mr. Queeley made no request for further leave, the Human Resource Department in the Office of Prime Minister Harris on Wednesday hastily despatched a letter to Queeley extending his vacation to January 15, 2019.

Last month when Commissioner Queeley was sent on vacation leave during the presence of the RSS, scores of police officers and persons across the communities were of the view that Queeley may not return to his post. “Our Police Force is fast becoming a political arm of the Team Unity government. It seems to be all about Dr. Harris’ dirty politics,” said a male constable, who requested anonymity for fear of persecution last month.

Assistant Commissioner of Police with Responsibility for the Operations Directorate, Terrance James was also sent on further leave last month, days before his return from vacation. The sending of Commissioner Queeley and ACP James on vacation is seen in many circles as part of a wider diabolical plan by Prime Minister Harris, who is also Minister of National Security.

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