NATIONAL Security Jack Warner intends to make a full statement on the issue of the mysterious New Flying Squad Investigation Unit when he speaks in Parliament tomorrow.
But he insisted yesterday that he has no knowledge of the existence of any Flying Squad in Trinidad and Tobago.
Speaking with reporters at the home of murdered police officer Sgt Hayden Manwaring in Couva Warner said, "I propose to make a full statement on that (tomorrow). I will talk to the nation for the last time, I will speak on this for the last time. I want to say as far as I am concerned there has never been a Flying Squad.
"I know of no Flying Squad, I have no contract with any Flying Squad, no letters between any Flying Squad and me. I have no emails between me and any Flying Squad.
"There is nothing between the permanent secretary and any Flying Squad."
Warner said it continued to "boggle" his mind that the nation was so gullible.
"To my knowledge that does not exist. I am dismissive of Mr (Keith) Rowley. Rowley has his work to do and let him do his work with your help, of course. He continues to be an irritant to me. I don't have to answer to him. It is unfair for you to feed the media (that) kind of garbage and court them."