ST KITTS: Douglas Denies Daily Mail Story

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Former prime minister Dr Denzil Douglas says a Daily Mail story published today claiming he was being probed by British authorities “is totally false, malicious and libelous”.

“Let it be known that I again emphasise that I was never detained or arrested at London Gatwick Airport on 16th November or at any other time. I have committed no crime and I’m under no investigation,” said Douglas.

“The article in question is receiving the attention of my lawyers who will advise me accordingly,” said the leader of the St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party.

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  1. FALSE – MALICIOUS – LIBELOUS – PLAYING WITH DOUGLAS FIRE

    Instructively, arriving or leaving with anything at ‘…Gatwick International Airport’ that cannot be explained or starved for legitimacy, seems to pose danger to some ‘…Caribbean parliamentarians.’

    Even so, think what you may, these are very fine words, ‘…False; …Malicious; and Libelous.’

    Frown as you may, this is a very fine statement too ‘…I was never detained or arrested at London Gatwick Airport on November 16 or at any other time.’

    Social media cannot always run with it.

    They shall know what they are running with, or they could find themselves ‘…Playing with Douglas Fire.’

    Read the Mail story at ‘…268 Today.’

    The body of the story neither speaks to ‘…arrest nor detention’ as contends.

    It speaks to the ‘…seizure’ of an apparent unsourced sum of money in ‘…Sterling, US and Caribbean Currencies.’

    Even after the reported seizure, the distinguished ‘…former Prime Minister and current Privy Counsellor’ was reportedly allowed to travel on to Dubai.

    Had it been more than ‘…seizure,’ though not at ‘…Buckingham Palace,’ sure as the moon shines tonight, the honourable gentleman may have been a ‘…guest at one of Her Majesty’s penal institutions.’

    This may also have exposed his position to ‘…parliamentary peril.’

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