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Warner releases new audio evidence

Published: 
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Former Minister of National Security Jack Warner, out on bail, leaves the Arouca Police Station in Five Rivers where he has to report twice weekly. Photo: Marcus Gonzales

Former Minister of National Security Jack Warner has released a new audio recording purported to be of an ex-National Security Minister discussing a marijuana find.

It comes days after news broke of an allegation from Warner that a quantity of marijuana was discovered outside the private residence of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar in Phillipine. 

The recording was released this afternoon at a news conference held by Warner at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya.

Click to listen to the full audio recording of Jack Warner's press conference

Warner has claimed that he, Housing Minister Roodal Moonilal, ex-National Security Minister Gary Griffith and former DCP Mervyn Richardson participated in 2013 in a cover-up of the alleged discovery of four ounces of marijuana outside a window on the Prime Minister’s property.

A number of Government and Police officials—including Roodal Moonilal, Errol Mc Leod and Surujrattan Rambachan—have distanced themselves from the allegations.

Former Minister of National Security Gary Griffith also denied Warner's claim.

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