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TIM SLINGER

DPP decides

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THE RECOMMENDATIONS of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) concerning the March 15 shooting death of 57-year-old Selwyn “Blues” Knight are now in the hands of the Acting Commissioner of Police (COP) Tyrone Griffith.

According to reliable reports, the DPP’s findings were dispatched to the police yesterday afternoon after a month-long investigation into the early Sunday morning tragedy which not only claimed the life of the retired port worker, but left his son Junior Jamal Knight with two bullet wounds to his back and shoulder.

Several unsuccessful attempts were made last night to contact Griffith for comment on the matter while acting Assistant Commissioner of Police with responsibility of crime, Mark Thompson, said he was on sick leave yesterday and was not privy to the DPP’s recommendations.

Please read the full story in today’s Weekend Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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