The suspension of Antigua and Barbuda Police Commissioner, Vincentian national Wendel Robinson is heading to the High Court, according to one of his attorneys, Sir Richard Cheltenham.
The lawyer says the Police Service Commission met the April 20 deadline for responding to demands for reinstatement, but the answers were not in Robinson’s favour.
Robinson remains suspended pending the outcome of a probe into alleged sexual advances to three male colleagues and victimization of the men for spurning his attention.
Sir Richard, who is based in Barbados, is hoping to get the relevant documents to Robinson’s legal counsel in Antigua soon, so the application for judicial review could be filed by Thursday.
Robison was suspended with half pay earlier this month.
Sir Richard says he’s now receiving his full salary, a demand that was also made in his client’s April 13 letter to the Police Service Commission.
According to the Attorney, Robinson is taking everything in stride. – Antigua Observer