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… defence closes case with “victim could have inflicted wounds on himself”Witnesses to present evidence on behalf of Information and Press Liaison to the President Kwame Mc Coy, were again a no show when the assault matter brought against the government official was called before Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court yesterday.McCoy, who is charged for threatening language and malicious assault reportedly committed against Clifton Stewart, was supposed to provide two persons to prove his story that on the day of the alleged assault he had no contact with the victim; that he had lodged what is thought to be the assault weapon with the police; and that he on his duties was escorted by police officers.McCoy told the court that he could not make contact with the relevant persons and he was thus unable to present them to the court. The Magistrate was however willing to waste no more time in the matter since McCoy was on three previous occasions given a chance to present his alleged witnesses. As a result, the court ordered that McCoy close his defence and make his submissions.Senior Counsel Bernard De Santos who is representing the defendant closed the case and laid over that his client had no case to answer to. McCoy’s lawyer touched on several points in putting over that the prosecution’s case is weak. De Santos first submitted that the victim could have inflicted the wound on himself. He said although there was no evidence to prove this, one must keep in mind that there was a possibility of that being done.De Santos had put forward the reasoning after he said that the wound Stewart received was inconsistent with that which was received from a gun since all that was shown was a mere swelling on the head.  De Santos then submitted that the evidence of Police Officer Chalmers was unconvincing. Chalmers had given evidence in relation to arresting McCoy and further contact he had with the defendant in relation to the alleged crime committed.De Santos reiterated that the evidence provided by the prosecution was not enough for his client to answer the charge. With that the lawyer closed his case.Mc Coy who reportedly told the victim that he was a marked man and then lashed him on the head with a handgun, had to present two police officers; one who he said had collected his firearm when he lodged it at the Brickdam Police Station, allegedly two days before the incident. He also had to present the officers who had reportedly escorted him on his duties as he and his crew of workers erected photos of the People’s Progressive Party’s (PPP) presidential candidate.McCoy had previously presented two persons; Chalmers was one of them. The other was a senior rank of the Tactical Services Unit (TSU). Both persons had denied playing any of the roles McCoy had said. The TSU rank had even testified that escorting McCoy during his duties as he posted photos was far below his status.McCoy still could not present those witnesses he spoke of. That left him with no witnesses to attest to the truthfulness of the government official’s information.On November 12, Cheap Jerseys From China, last year, days before the General elections, Stewart and McCoy had ended up in an exchange of words where McCoy had reportedly assaulted Stewart with a firearm. Stewart alleged that McCoy had also threatened him. After picketing the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) McCoy was finally made to face the court for the alleged incident.McCoy is also scheduled for another criminal matter, this time involving one Natalie Ross. The government official reportedly ran the woman down with his sports utility vehicle under the same circumstances as Stewart. Ross had to be hospitalized overnight.In Stewart’s case, the prosecution is expected to respond to the defense submission on the next occasion.
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Date: 24 May 17 12:49am
– APNUA Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on Friday, laid blame squarely at the government’s feet for some instances of non-completion of works and inadequate funding in Regions that are chaired by its members.At a press conference held at the APNU’s Hadfield Street, Georgetown headquarters, Region Four Chairman, Clement Corlette; Region Seven Chairman, Gordon Bradford, and Region Ten Chairman, Sharma Solomon, shared the spotlight with party executives Lance Carberry and Shadow Minister of Local Government, Ronald Bulkan.The APNU press briefing in session yesterdayThe forum was intended to highlight the experiences of APNU’s controlled Regional Democratic Council.According to Carberry, Government has over the years assumed a reputation for failing to release resources early enough to allow the opposition chaired regions to fully exploit their proposals for development.“They release resources very late in the year…and then at the end of the year because the programme has not been fully implemented, the Government then goes and claims that the Region is returning these resources.”Carberry explained that according to financial regulations any resource not used by the end of the year must be returned to the nation’s treasury.However, Carberry pointed to the fact that the Regions have this year conducted very careful programmes based on consultations with their constituents. He added that the Government is often guilty of frustrating such efforts by devises such as the late release of funds.He posited, too, that Government has in the past gone on recording claiming that “the Regions are incompetent because they haven’t implemented the programmes and it is really because of deliberate frustration by Government.”In presenting his Region Four budget plans Corlette said the experiences with the work of the Clerk/Regional Executive Officer currently leaves much to be desired.He said that the officer seems determined to promote his own agenda and is reluctant to account for expenditures not approved by the RDC.  The Regional Chairman also added that the officer “acts outside the mandate of the RDC on occasions and readily resist request to account.”He said that with regards to the 2013 Work Programme and Budget preparations, a cursory review of the decision of the RDC and the submissions forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for consideration indicated that the REO may have altered the projects the RDC approved and substituted his own request.According to Corlette the Council will this year continue to scrutinise the prevailing development.The Region Four budget is prepared with the vision of improving the health, living conditions and socio economic environment of communities.The principal objective of the budget, Corlette said, is to prepare a Work Programme for each of the Government structured subject areas of activity including that of administration and finance, agriculture development via drainage and irrigation, maintenance and management, public works, health and education.‘Charting the course for a better life for all our people by 2016’ is the theme under which the proposed Region Seven’s budget has been prepared, according to Bradford. He said that the budget was prepared after consultations with the various stakeholders throughout the region including Regional Councillors who represent various constituencies, Village Councils, Regional Officers, Heads of Department and concerned citizens.Among the areas to be addressed in the budget are extensive repairs to the Regional Guest House and improvement works to the Bartica Regatta Pavilion both to the tune of $10M each. A number of schools and health facilities are also slated to undergo works.According to Bradford, it is hoped that the 2013 Regional Budget will receive the full support of all involved, especially Central Government as “our Budget is crafted by the people for the people, NFL Jerseys Authentic Cheap, with a vision of satisfying the needs and aspirations of our people thus offering a better life for all.”The preparation of the Region Ten budget saw consultation efforts being carried out in 92 communities which were conducted since earlier this year, according to Solomon.This move, according to him will see much focus being placed on infrastructure, agriculture, education as well as health and service.Solomon said that consulting with communities became necessary as the RDC was especially concerned when the 2012 Work Programme was considered. He pointed to the fact that the RDC’s observation is that, the REO acts more in consonance with the Local Government Ministry than with the RDC.Citing instances of corruption that have been detected Solomon also spoke of the need for councillors to be allowed more involvement in the execution of the work programme than they currently are if programmes are to be properly implemented in the Region.