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Daily Archives: August 16, 2017

CANU setting up Berbice branch as part of drug trade crackdown

A Berbice branch of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) is set to be opened at Springlands, Corentyne to aid law enforcement agents  in the fight against drug trafficking, Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan has announced. The announcement was made at a public meeting on Sunday at No. 66 village, Corentyne against the backdrop of an increased incidence of drug trafficking especially ...

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Granger defends decision to put brake on police promotions

President David Granger said that there have been many legitimate complaints by members of the Police Service Commission (PSC) and aggrieved police officers of abuse and malpractice in the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and it is precisely for this reason that he has asked for the promotion of police officers to be delayed. “We are investigating the complaints, which have ...

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Illegal aircraft found in Guyana changed ownership recently

The Brazilian company listed as the operator of the illegal aircraft found earlier this week on an illegal airstrip in the North Rupununi on Wednesday said it sold the plane to another company almost four months ago for less than US$1 million. Speaking through an interpreter, Carlos Eustaquio of Riwa South America said the Beechcraft Kingair, bearing registration markings PR-IMG, ...

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Police Legal adviser cites major gaps in evidence on Granger assassination plot probe

Police Legal Adviser, Retired Justice of Appeal Claudette Singh said the uncertainty about the date of the occurrence of the alleged plot to assassinate President David Granger, only the presence of the accused and the accuser, and the fact that the report was made 21 months ago posed challenges to arriving at conclusive advice. Singh, who was grilled by Attorneys-at-Law, ...

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