Investigation at Immigration Print E-mail
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Thursday, 10 October 2013 00:00

Godwin HulseMinister of Immigration, Hon. Godwin Hulse, has asked the police to go in to the immigration department to conduct an investigation to determine whether or not files have been removed or stolen. The request came on Tuesday evening and the police have gone in to the Nationality section to conduct their investigations. Meanwhile, work at that section of the department has been put on hold.

The investigation was triggered after Arthur Saldivar came up with a story that he intercepted files from that department that were to be destroyed. The files appear, to say the least, suspect, with pictures looking like portraits painted by amateur artists and what Saldivar purports to be genuine documents not having the necessary security features that they would normally carry.

Saldivar said he has 150 of these documents but so far has only released 2 of them and promised to release the others thereafter. He has not done so and has come up with a fantastic story that there was a search warrant and then an arrest warrant out for him. Of course neither was true and it turned out to be just a fiction of his wild imagination.  It would appear that the serial calling on the radio stations is not enough for Saldivar that he is now resorting to making up fibs in order for television media to now pick him up.

Meanwhile, Hon. Godwin Hulse has stated that if indeed Saldivar has the files he should hand them over to the police.