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Grenada opposition party accuse gov’t of spying

Published:Thursday | February 28, 2008 | 5:43 PM

Grenada\'s opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling for an investigation into an alleged recording of a meeting of top party officials by a police officer on February 26.

The police officer reportedly said he was operating on orders from a senior member of the Royal Grenada Police Force.

The NDC’s General Secretary, Peter David, accused the Grenadian government of spying on its meetings.

The police officer said he was detained against his will, beaten and some of his personal property confiscated, following the incident.

The Police Commissioner, Winston James has ordered an investigation into the incident.