(News Source) Leader of the Opposition Joe Harmon wants to see the Customs Anti Narcotics Unit go after the “big fishes” in the multi-billion dollar cocaine shipment in Belgium that originated in Guyana.
Appearing on “The Rickford Burke Conversations” online talk show, Mr. Harmon said there is no doubt that major players in the drug underworld locally have their hands in the cocaine shipment and those are the ones he believes the local investigations should focus on.
He said CANU needs to put away the “smokescreens” in the investigations.
“They must look for the people who got the facilities to do that, the big fish, but that is what they don’t want, because the big fish they are now controlling arms of the state. And so when these matters occur, they have to ensure that all of our international friends, are made aware of what has happened and the role that the law enforcement agencies here in Guyana will play”, Harmon said.