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Daily Archives: July 23, 2015

Guyanese cash-jet pilot now charged with drug trafficking

(DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE).- Guyanese pilot Khamraj Lall, who was caught with more than US$600,000 aboard his private jet while on a technical stop in Puerto Rico in November 2014 has now been charged with cocaine trafficking. Federal authorities announced on Thursday they have indicted a New Jersey man for his participation in a Rochester-based drug trafficking operation. Khamraj Lall, a native ...

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Walter Rodney’s associates want more time for key witnesses to testify

Close associates of late Guyanese politician and renowned historian, Dr. Walter Rodney want at least three key witnesses to testify before the Commission of Inquiry before the probe team begins analysing evidence and compiling its report. The call by the Justice for Walter Rodney Committee  comes days before the three-member commission is due to begin hearing submissions from lawyers for ...

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Former Attorney General distances self from former bodyguard implicated in Crum-Ewing’s murder

Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall on Thursday distanced himself from a former bodyguard who is being questioned by police in connection with the gunning down of political activist, Courtney Crum-Ewing. Nandlall said Rajput Narine was hired about five days after Crum-Ewing was shot dead on March 10, 2015 at Diamond, East Bank Demerara.  The prominent Attorney-at-Law said  Narine was then ...

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Watch out for floods due to rainfall

Present rainfall is expected to continue, intensifying into the evening. Residents of low lying communities such as Albouystown, sections of Queenstown, South Cummingsburg in Georgetown and others across the coastland, are asked to take precautions. Please call 226 1117, 226 1027 or email: [email protected] or [email protected] if you need assistance or to share information on rising flood waters. Present rains are expected to continue, intensifying into the ...

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Self-confessed death squad member implicates Retired Asst. Police Commissioner in Waddell’s assassination

Retired Assistant Police Commissioner, Steve Merai has been implicated in the gunning down of political activist Ronald Waddell by self-confessed death squad member, Shawn Hinds. Merai rubbished the accusation and said he would be contacting top police officers. “Two policemen were in the vehicle when Waddell died. A man named Patrick Denny and a man named Steve Merai,”  Hinds  told ...

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