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Palacios seeks AG's guidance for GPD drama

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Committee on Public Safety chairman Senator Adolpho Palacios sent a letter to the Attorney General's Office requesting its guidance to look into the drama at the Guam Police Department. "First of all, I'll ask the AG are you in the know or the loop leading up to the eventual arrest, and if not, then I want to make an official request to look into this to see what they can recommend for a better protocol because this can be in my opinion, this could have been handled in a more appropriate way, not that way, especially when its within the ranks and I would not be surprised if there was something else beyond the legal process," he said.

Palacios believes the mess could have been handled internally and in a more appropriate way.  

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