United Progressive Party (UPP) supporters are this morning recuperating from an all-night vigil outside the St John’s Police Station where Kem Hodge spent the night after he was questioned in connection to the George Wehner video probe.
Hodge’s attorney, Leon Chaku Symister said that the police interviewed Hodge on Tuesday afternoon and they “decided not to release him”. He predicted then that “they will hold him overnight”.
According to Symister, Hodge is a technician at the UPP-aligned Crusader Radio who “has been quite instrumental with our Facebook page especially the images he put up of Gaston Browne”.
The attorney confirmed that the police suspect Hodge of having something to do with the now infamous “Wehner video” which featured images of Antigua & Barbuda Labour Party (ABLP) members of parliament (MPs) in the crosshairs amidst sounds of gunfire.
More in today’s Daily Observer.