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DPP Seeks Legal Advice On Allegations of Corruption

(Antigua Observer) Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Anthony Armstrong has decided to lean on the judiciary for advice on how to move forward with claims made by Prime Minister Gaston Brown that he somehow participated in unlawful activities to product senior politician Asot Michael.

“I’ll be seeking legal advice on the issue,” Armstrong told Observer, explaining that he would b issuing a statement today.

In a widely circulated message, Browne threatened to “remove the DPP” who he claimed Mp Michael had “corruptly paid” to protect him in the past, as he made reference to the Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Company Limited (IHI) fraud case.

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