DPP decides no charges to be laid on Felix Anthony
February 23, 2018 1:44 am
Director of Public Prosecutions Christopher Pryde has decided that no charges will be laid against Trade Unionist, Felix Anthony.
Anthony was arrested by police and interviewed under caution on the 24th of last month in regards to comments he allegedly made in a speech to a crowd of people at the Nadi District School.
The speech was delivered after a march through Nadi town in support of striking Air Terminal Services workers on January 13th.
The police file was sent to the DPP’s office for an assessment of the evidence and a decision on whether any charges should be laid.
Pryde says following a review of the police docket and the evidence, the alleged comments do not constitute any offence that would support criminal charges against Anthony.
The DPP adds the docket has been returned to police.
Meanwhile, Anthony will give a press conference this afternoon.