Not here!Cephus Sealey.
By Bryan Walker | Sun, September 16, 2012 - 12:10 AM
The man who was solely responsible for drug rehabilitation in prisons in Barbados is adamant that Cuban Raul Garcia should not be let loose on the nation’s streets – not now, not even 20 years from now.
And Cephus Sealey, who served for ten years at Glendairy and then HMP Dodds, is calling on the Government to petition the United Nations to pay for Garcia’s stay here until the global body can find somewhere to lodge the now “stateless” Immigration detainee.
In an exclusive interview with the SUNDAY SUN, Sealey, who retired in May, said Garcia, who was moved to a “safe house” last Sunday at the Garrison, St Michael, after serving nearly 20 years in jail for cocaine possession, never showed any interest in rehabilitation or any remorse over his deeds, and as such still posed a danger to this country.
“Garcia remains an unknown entity . . . . I am subscribing to his isolation from our society at large, period. He came to Barbados with drugs, which meant he was coming to someone, or to people. We do not know whom he was coming to."Please read the full story in today’s SUNDAY SUN, or in the eNATION edition.
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