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News Release
October 25, 2004

Wanted: Information On “The Commission”

OCT 25--ST. CROIX, United States Virgin Islands - The United States Department of Justice is seeking assistance from the citizens of the U.S. Virgin Islands. A Federal Task Force is seeking information regarding a group of individuals in the U.S. Virgin Islands that identify themselves as “The Commission”. This group is a violent crime organization operating in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Task Force is seeking historical and current information about members of “The Commission”. The Task Force has established two telephone lines to allow the public to assist Federal Law Enforcement Agencies with this ongoing investigation.

Citizens who dial (340) 713-1497 can leave information anonymously on an answering machine. This information will be reviewed by Federal Agents on a daily basis.

Citizens who dial (340) 773-5836 can speak directly with Federal Agents. Information and or assistance could lead to cash rewards. In addition, should it be warranted, Federal Witness Protection is available.

Your information could be beneficial in this ongoing investigation.


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