The President had requested that the Commissioner carry out a full investigation into the matter while he was out of the country.
Briefing the media at the Guyana International Conference Centre at Liliendaal, Greater Georgetown, Mr. Jagdeo disclosed that the Police have completed their investigations and according to Greene, only McCoy has given a statement to the law enforcement officials.
Commissioner Greene told the President that Benschop, who seems to be a strong advocate on the issue, refused to speak with the Police and the Police did not locate the young boy allegedly involved in the conversation.
“The report was sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions and I think that the DPP has offered some advice that they must find the boy,” President Jagdeo said.
Mr. Jagdeo stressed that he thought the allegations were sufficiently serious to warrant a full Police investigation, and the officers have made their conclusions on the matter. He is expected to receive the report in the next few days.
“I followed a process. I would not have done this if I didn’t think that the allegations were serious, because I know that long before the Commission on the Rights of the Child was put together, people were campaigning against McCoy sitting there.