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JOURNALIST SANNA CAMARA STILL REPORTING ON BAIL

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By Mustapha Jallow The fate of Journalist Sanna Camara, a Senior Reporter at the Standard Journalist Sana CamaraNewspaper, is not yet known since his release on police bail on 30th June 2014 as he has been asked again to report on bail at Police headquarters in Banjul next week. Camara was arrested, detained and later released on bail without charge at the Bundung Police Station purportedly for publishing a story concerning the Police and issue of human trafficking in the Standard Newspaper. Since his release, he was asked to be reporting on bail. A source revealed that when Camara reported on bail yesterday, Wednesday, 6 August 2014, he was again asked to report next week by the Commanding Officer of the Major Crimes Unit, Boto Keita.  ]]>

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