Monday, June 12, 2006
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has so far been unable to identify the voices contained in a controversial taped telephone conversation in Guyana. The conversation is allegedly between Guyana's Commissioner of Police, Winston Felix and a senior member of the main opposition party, PNCR.
Instead, the FBI has asked the Guyana government to provide the original tape. Guyanese authorities had sent a copy of the tape on March 20 to the FBI after expressing concern about the content of the tape. It felt the tape had serious implications for national security.