POLICE have been trying to reach former attorney general Anand Ramlogan for questioning to conclude their probe into witness-tampering allegations made against him by Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director David West.
The Sunday Express understands that police have been unsuccessful in their attempt to secure an interview with Ramlogan because he has been out of the country for several weeks.
As it stands, there is no charge against Ramlogan and neither is he a person of interest, so the onus is on the Police Service to secure an interview.
For his part, the Sunday Express was told there is no onus on Ramlogan to make himself available for an interview.
But Ramlogan, in e-mailed correspondence yesterday, disputed the matter.