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AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL...ALKALINE TO BE INTERVIEWED BY COPS ABOUT GUNS IN CONTROVERSIAL VIDEO by Claude Mills

AFTER ALL, AFTER ALL...ALKALINE TO BE INTERVIEWED BY COPS ABOUT GUNS IN CONTROVERSIAL VIDEO by Claude Mills Featured

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Head of the Criminal Investigation Branch, CIB, Assistant Commissioner of Police Ealon Powell has revealed that detectives will be interviewing dancehall artiste Alkaline this week regarding the guns or props used in his controversial 'After All' video.   
 
"The investigation is progressing well, we have collected statements from two actors, and we are waiting to interview Alkaline this week," ACP Powell said. 
 
"Two of the actors, who are part-time actors, who were in the video carrying guns were interviewed already, and we have interviewed the producer. We will be interviewing Alkaline next about the guns which appear in his video."
 
ACP Powell refused to reveal the names of the actors who were toting guns in the video. 
 
There is mushrooming fallout from the controversial video which depicts corrupt police officers, trigger-pulling from gang members, weed-smoking and a gratuitous sex scene involving a fake female police officer performing an illegal sex act. At least four police officers are facing possible disciplinary sanctions after an investigation identified that they played roles in Alkaline's controversial 'After All' video.
 
However, music video director Jay Will is not breaking a sweat over the increased police scrutiny. He believes the investigation may be much ado about nothing because the guns used in the video are props. 
 
"I have no statement on the police investigation more than we understand and respect what the police are trying to do with trying to decrease crime and violence in the country and we are in full cooperation with them and their investigation," he said in a statement via phone over the weekend.

 

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