Matter may never go to court
Even though investigations have been launched and Presidential press officer, Kwame McCoy, has filed a complaint with the police that someone has impersonated his voice regarding the infamous tape with Julius, apparently the matter will not have its day in court.
The information emanating from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is that the matter is not likely to get anywhere unless the boy on the tape comes forward. That is the bugbear, says a senior police source.
That source said that police efforts to contact and locate the boy’s mother thus far have proven futile.
A senior police source has questioned the basis for an investigation to be conducted, given that there is no complaint by the alleged victim, a physical person.
The police official said that thus far only Kwame McCoy has alleged that someone has impersonated his voice. He says this begs the question of on what basis, why and what for?
He said if the boy comes forward and says this conversation took place the matter would be taken from there.
“We are waiting on the boy. We have the printouts of phone calls made but the boy needs to come forward.”