Vinson Decides to Pen a Tell-all

Published: 03rd December 2015 02:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2015 02:34 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The senior IPS officer Vinson M Paul, now retired from service, is all set to kick up a storm, as he has decided to pen a book to make certain incidents during his tenure public.

Vinson.jpgVinson Paul has not set any deadline for publishing the book, but once out in the stands, it is expected to reveal the details of some of the explosive cases such as the sexual exploitation of women at Muringoor Divine Retreat Centre in Thrissur, Paul Muthoot murder case, ice cream parlour case, T P Chandrasekharan murder case and the bar bribery case.

A 1984 batch IPS officer, Vinson Paul had a 31-year long career in state police and headed various teams that probed some sensational cases which rocked the state.

“I have decided to write a book. Certain things need to be made public. I firmly believe that I had not done any wrong in my career. All my official decisions were within the ambit of the law. I never played for the gallery,” Vinson Paul said.

Reiterating his stand that there were not enough evidences against K M Mani in the bar bribery case, he said: “we can’t just frame charges against a person on assumptions. Such cases won’t stand in the court for want of evidence,” he added.

Before retirement, Vinson Paul, who was the chief of the Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau (VACB), had to go on leave after the Vigilance court had made strong observation against his intervention in the investigation report filed by SP R S Sukesan in the bar bribery case.


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