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Date: 16 Aug 17 10:11pm
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Date: 16 Aug 17 07:56pm
Jaiwantie Singh gave a detailed testimony of how persons stormed her home at First Avenue Bartica, kicking down doors and firing gunshots during the 2008 Bartica massacre, in which a dozen persons were killed.State Prosecutors, Diana Kaulesar and Simone Giddings, called the witness to testify yesterday, when the trial continued before Justice Roxanne George at the High Court in Georgetown.The state is prosecuting Dennis Williams, called ‘Anaconda’; Mark Royden Williams, called ‘Durant’; and Anthony Simon, called ‘Goat Man’ for 12 counts of murder.This is as a result of co accused Michael Caesar, called ‘Capone’; and Clebert Reece pleading guilty to 12 counts of manslaughter earlier this week.The guilty pleas by Caesar and Simon resulted from bargains they struck with the state. Both of them will be sentenced on December 16.On Tuesday, 12 murder indictments were read to Dennis Williams, Mark Williams and Anthony Simon. The accused denied the allegations.Mark Royden Williams, Anthony Simon and Dennis Williams are being represented by Attorneys Roger Yearwood, Peter Hugh and Saphier Hussein respectively.During her testimony, Jose Ramirez Indians Jersey, Singh informed the court that at the time of the attack she operated a grocery store, parlour and gold trading at the lower flat of her two-storey home. She stated that she, her husband and three children (two boys and a girl) resided at the top flat.Guided by the prosecution, Singh recalled that she and her family were engrossed in a 20/20 cricket match around 21:00 hrs, at the top flat of the building on the day in question.During her viewing of the game, the witness said that she became startled by loud sounds which she presumed were gunshots. She said that she hurried down stairs and told her son what she heard. As a result of what Singh related to her son, she said her son peeked through a window and told her something.A while after, the witness told the court that she heard voices followed by continuous knocking and banging on a grill door downstairs.Singh, who appeared calm during her testimony, said that persons began pounding on the walls outside her home. She said they then broke down the door and stormed inside.According to Singh, she and her daughter hid in the same bedroom; while her husband and son sought refuge in another part of their home.Singh also remembered the intruders firing gunshots and hurling expletives. She recounted that the persons began pulling out drawers and attempting to break down the door to the room she was hiding in.Singh stated that one of the persons requested a torch light from another but cancelled the request after finding a quantity of (gold) concealed in a bag in that same room.The witness said that she remained in hiding for about 45 minutes during which she heard footsteps descending down a stairway in her home.Under cross examination by Attorney Hussein, Singh admitted that she did not see the persons that attacked her home that day. She told Attorney Yearwood that police visited her home some time after the incident and returned the following day.The trial began on Wednesday with the commencement of a Voir Dire (trial within a trial) to inquire into the circumstance under which an alleged caution statement was given by Dennis Williams.After Singh’s testimony, the court resumed the Voir Dire calling two witnesses to the stand.This matter continues today.The stage was set for the Bartica Massacre trial last month.However, a constitutional move to have the matter tried outside the Essequibo district stalled the start.A Preliminary Inquiry (PI) into this matter was heard in the Magistrate’s Court before Magistrate Fazil Azeez. A total of 37 witnesses including police ranks and civilians were called to testify.According to reports, on the night of February 17, 2008, several gunmen attacked Bartica, slaughtering a dozen people, including three police officers, during an hour-long attack. It was reported that the armed men attacked the police station before killing three policemen and freeing prisoners.They then left with the vehicle assigned to the police station and went on a rampage, terrorizing the community. According to reports, the gunmen arrived in the area by boat and departed in a similar fashion taking firearms they grabbed from the police station and a mining company.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 07:56pm
Following his commitment to extend the range of Radio Paiwomak beyond Iwokrama, Prime MinisterPrime MinisterMoses NagamootooMoses Nagamootoo on Sunday intimated to this publication that by December, this will be a reality.At the Heritage Day of St. Cuthbert鈥檚 Mission, held in October, the Prime Minister had stated the need for the expansion of the signal for the radio as it would help in the preservation of the Amerindian languages in these areas. He had stated that 鈥渨hen new stations are set up, you here (St. Cuthbert鈥檚) can access programmes in your language, as well as the preservation of your language is very important in preserving your culture.鈥漈his, he said, is a part of the Government鈥檚 ten-point plan which states that, 鈥渢he new coalition government will respect your languages and will preserve the culture of Indigenous people.鈥滳urrently, the radio station broadcasts about four hours per day, it is hoped that this will be raised to eight to ten hours per day at the beginning stages of the project. Nagamootoo stated that the range will be extended to North and South Pakaraima, Rupununi.Nagamootoo also related the energy needs of the Amerindian communities around Iwokrama, and stated his Government鈥檚 intent to 鈥渟upply some solar panels and batches to these areas.鈥� He explained that this will provide communities with reliable and sustainable electricity.The Prime Minister had also revealed the Government鈥檚 intentions for various Amerindian communities with regards to the ten-point programme. The initiative which was introduced by President David Granger will see the development of the Hinterland through the fostering of relationships between the various Amerindian organizations and various councils in the Amerindian communities.This, Wholesale Authentic Jerseys, Nagamootoo noted, is to find solutions to problems indigenous communities may be faced with. Such relationships were said to hopefully improve the lives of the Indigenous people and the conditions under which they live.
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Date: 16 Aug 17 07:56pm
The Guyana Police Force is investigating the death of a dreadlocked man who was found lying on a parapet opposite the Russian Embassy, Cheap Jerseys, Rupert Craig Highway, East Coast Demerara.The deceased, who was identified as Monty Vincent, 43, was discovered yesterday afternoon on the parapet. The police was informed at 16:45 hrs.From initial investigations, the deceased had no marks of violence and it is believed that body was not there long.He was clad in a white, red and black stripped jersey, a pair of blue jeans and a pair of white sneakers. The decease had in his pocket a wallet which contained a National Identification Card, papers and passport size pictures.
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