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Suba wants officials, including Palacios, probed

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Guam Chief of Police Captain Paul Suba has sent a letter to the Office of the Attorney General regarding his highspeed chase several weeks ago. While the AG's Office cannot disclose the details of the letter, as they say its part of their ongoing independent investigation, Chief Suba would only confirm with KUAM News that the letter requests that the AG look for possible flaws into several government workers, including chairman of the Committee on Law Enforcement, Senator Adolpho Palacios.

Reacting to the letter, Palacios says he has nothing to hide, noting, "He's entitled to his opinion in those things. But what would be the basis? I'm just doing my duty. Those are the reasons why I was elected and those are the reasons I ran - to see if I can improve the lot of GPD."

Palacios adds that should Suba's request to the AG result in an investigation, he would like to see the results be made public.

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