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Gaylord Arthur Sprauve
...Gaylord A. Sprauve
was born on St. Thomas Virgin Islands on December 30, 1935.He
attended local elementary and secondary schools.He received a B.S. degree from Fisk University.He attended New York University where he earned a Master of Arts degree in the Division of Organizational and Administrative Studies.He
pursued further study at NYU and The Graduate School of America
is married and is the father of five adult children.
...GAYLORD A. SPRAUVE
SPEAKS ON THE ISSUES...
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Gaylord A. Sprauve
P.O. Box 3005106St. Thomas, VI 00803Phone #: (340) 774-9494
352 (D.V.I. 1997) The International ...
352 (D.V.I. 1997) The International Islamic Community of Masjid Baytulkhaliq, Inc., Imam Abdallah Yasin and Imam Abdallah Yasin as father next of kin for Muhammad Yasmeen and Asmaa Yasin, his minor children, Aminah Bayyan Yasin and Aminah Bayyan Yasin as next of kin for her minor grand daughter Tahirah Bell, Jannah Carter Yasin and Jannah Carter Yasin as mother next of kin for Anita, Ernest, Hilda and Caril McCurdy, her minor children, Plaintiffs, v. United States of America and Director of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the Government of the Virgin Islands, Milton Frett, Commissioner of Public Safety Carl Jackson, Director of Narcotics Strike Force, Law Enforcement Planning Commission, Gaylord Sprauve, Drug Policy Advisor to the Governor, and all Federal and Virgin Islands Law Enforcement Officers who participated in the raid individually, Defendants.
...Plaintiffs have also named as defendants the Government of the Virgin Islands and Milton Frett, Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety, in his official and individual capacities, Carl Jackson, Director of the Narcotics Strike Force, in his official and individual capacities, Gaylord Sprauve, Drug Policy Advisor to the Governor, in his official and individual capacities, and Virgin Islands law enforcement officers who participated in the raid: Willie Bourda, Robert Ellison, Achille Tyson, George Osborn, Libertad Velasquez, David Patterson, and others, all in their official and individual capacities, as well as an NSF confidential informant, in his official and individual capacities [collectively the "territorial defendants"]. [footnote 5] The United States filed a motion on behalf of all federal defendants to be dropped from the case or, in the alternative, a motion to dismiss the complaint or for entry of summary judgment [the "federal motion"].