former Deputy Information Minister and CEO of Radio Gold, James Agyenim Boateng has punched holes into the Ghana Service Service’s claims of shooting two police officers arrested for their involvement recent.
James Agyenim-Boateng challenges the rationale behind police sending suspects to a hideout with dangerous gun-wielding criminals. Went on to question why those with valuable information or informants could be sent to harm.
James Agyenim-Boateng also questioned the wisdom of sending suspects to criminal hideouts that were known for escaping after arrest, “If the police can best suspect with the shoot out, why are they taking them to a place which is notorious for past crimes?”
Why would the Police send their most valuable prisoners to a dangerous hideout when it is where their enemy operates? Wouldn’t this be a bit like going to someone’s HQ and then saying “Hey enemies, let’s kill these guys.” (I’m not saying that’s what happened).
The two men killed after the reported exchange of gunshots were both on the police team that was sent to a criminal hideout.
Read His Questions Here
Which police institution takes its most valuable suspects to the hideout of dangerous gun-possessing criminals? Isn’t it just like saying “hey criminals, we are bringing the evidence bearing-witnesses/ suspects for you to wipe them out”? (I’m not saying that’s what happened)
James Agyenim-Boateng said Apart from the two suspects who were killed, did anyone on the police team get injured or maimed from the reported exchange of gunfire? Should I ask more questions?