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Date: 17 May 18 04:18pm
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Date: 17 May 18 03:28pm
Prison officials are said to be investigating the death of another inmate of the Camp Street penitentiary.One report stated that Nolan Noble, a 30-year-old who was incarcerated on a murder charge, was found dead in his cell on Saturday.   However, other reports state that he succumbed at the Georgetown Hospital after being found unconscious. Kaieteur News understands that a relative who saw the body at a city mortuary alleged that Noble’s body bore wounds to the back of the head and over one of the eyes.This newspaper was told that Noble was mentally unstable and was taking medication for his condition.The prisoner’s mother told Kaieteur News that her son’s death came as a shock to her, since he was in good health.However, the woman expressed reluctance to comment further until she had spoken to prison officials.Kaieteur News was unable to reach any senior prison official for a comment.Noble was remanded a few years ago in connection with the stabbing death of a Linden basketball player.   His death occurred even as police officials continue to investigate the death of prison inmate Edwin Niles, NFL Jerseys Cheap, who died at the Georgetown Hospital on July 11.Niles, who was incarcerated on a narcotics charge, was admitted to the hospital on July 3 with a broken arm and burns on his shoulders, back and buttocks.The inmate’s relatives alleged that he was tortured by prison officers who were interrogating him about seven .22 rounds of ammunition that were found in his possession..
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Date: 17 May 18 03:28pm
Could he be missing “Mankind?”Relatives of missing man, Steve Caesar, called “Mankind” are looking for Police help to travel to Mahdia to identify a dead man who was transported to the hospital there on Tuesday.The Police said they are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a man, so far identified as “Steve”, which occurred  about 13:30 hrs Tuesday.Investigations revealed that the victim was being transported by vehicle from Black Water, Wholesale Jerseys China, Mahdia, suffering from a suspected stab wound to his neck, police said. The man is reported to have succumbed to his injury during the journey.The body is at the Mahdia Hospital awaiting a post mortem examination.Relatives of the man are looking to travel to Mahdia to identify the body and to determine if it is indeed the missing man. “Mankind” went missing on June 5.Relatives reported to this newspaper on Saturday that Caesar had left his mother’s South Ruimveldt home on June 5, informing her that he was on his way to Charity, Essequibo.One police source yesterday told this newspaper that they have received the report, but have not been able to confirm it.Kaieteur News was told that officials from the Lyken Funeral Home have also received phone calls about the body being found, but are yet to receive any word from the police.Caesar’s sister, Natoya, said that the family continued to hear about the rumours but did not receive an official word from the police.Caesar was last seen wearing blue jeans, plaid shirt and a pair of brown sandals.
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Date: 17 May 18 03:27pm
–    Randy Morris is the ‘usual suspect’The name Randy Morris is on the tip of the tongue of almost every detective in town. It is called inRandy Morrisconnection with almost every high profile robbery/heist that takes place in the city and its environs, making him the ‘usual suspect’.But while Morris has been held countless times in connection with criminal activity and has been charged no less than 20 times for robbery under arms, he is yet to be convicted for any.This certainly says a lot for our police investigators or the system that is supposed to dispense justice.It is either that Morris is innocent of the crimes he has been accused of or the system is just not functioning as it is supposed to.Morris is presently before the court on an armed robbery charge having been fingered as one of the bandits who was photographed fleeing on a motorcycle after an Albouystown robbery – a photograph that was emblazoned on the front page of this newspaper.He was recently held for another high profile robbery on D’Urban Street in which Mahdia businessman Roger Hinds was shot and robbed.He has also been fingered in several high profile ‘hits’, including one on his friend Vibert Weeks called ‘Vibey’ , and is constantly on the police radar.But Morris has been forced to “lie low” in recent days, Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys, for although he was held for several days for the Hinds matter and subsequently released without being identified, the police are still hunting him down with a view to charging him again.Morris believes that he has been made into such a high profile criminal that his life is now in jeopardy.“Whenever something goes down, the police always come looking for me, ” Morris said in an exclusive interview with this newspaper.But it’s not that Morris is any stranger to criminal activity, but his present position stems from a cardinal mistake he made earlier in his life.He admitted that he was involved in a criminal matter for which he paid a policeman to cover his tracks.“Since then he targeting me. Every time something happen, he coming and asking me fuh pay he. If I don’t, I ending up in de lock-up and getting charge, ” Morris said.There are even threats to his life from both policemen and persons who suspect him of being involved in criminal acts against them.Only recently he learnt about an alleged bounty on his head for a crime he maintains he did not commit.“Sometime in the lock-ups I would cry and even think about killing myself because of the harassment, ” said Morris, a father of two.He described one incident in the city when he reluctantly went into police custody for “a crime I didn’t know about” because the police had threatened to lock-up the mother of his children.Morris said that on several occasions he was placed on identification parades and was never “picked out” and yet the police proceeded to charge him.“My son is seven and he is growing up knowing that his father is in and out of the lock-ups, but I don’t want my daughter to grow up like that, ” he added.Morris also wants to protect his mother from the constant harassment she faces whenever the police barge into her house looking for him.Even the magistrates are apparently becoming fed up seeing him before them.The police view the situation as worrying and frustrating – that he is securing bail on every matter.They are convinced that most of the times they arrest Morris, he is guilty of the crime, but somehow they have not been able to put him away.This is certainly a concern for Morris who believes that one day he could pay the ultimate price at the hands of the police.A senior legal functionary when asked about the Morris case said that the way some police operate could be the reason for them not getting at least one conviction.“The police charge these people and then turn around and extort money from them. This is a criminal act and that is why we cannot get justice, ” the legal functionary told Kaieteur News in an invited comment.This is not the first time that Morris has spoken out, and for this he has incurred the wrath of some policemen who see him as a threat to the security of their jobs.“If a man like ‘Cobra’ been out on the road, they woulda call he name in every crime that tek place. I facing that harassment now. It’s not right, ” Morris stated emphatically.
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Date: 17 May 18 03:27pm
–    launches first magazine  In honour of its Fiftieth Anniversary, the Guyana School of Agriculture, (GSA) launched its first magazine, under the theme “proud of our past preparing for our future. “The publication features the contribution of the institution, in providing quality agricultural education over the past fifty years.The inaugural magazine launch took place at the International Conference at Liliendaal, yesterday in the presence several local and regional agricultural dignitaries.From right: Minister of Agriculture, Dr Leslie Ramsammy, hands over copies of the magazine to Dean of the faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Science at Mc Gill University, Dr Chandra Madramootoo, and Public Works and Transport Minister, Robeson Benn.While Minister of Agriculture Dr Leslie Ramsammy noted GSA has earned the right to celebrate its accomplishments, he urged the gathering of students to nurture the vast capacity for a better future in Agriculture.“The Guyana School of Agriculture is a concrete example of a success  story, it has produced leaders in the Agricultural sector in the Caribbean and various parts of the world, when GSA was established in 1963, the aim of the institution was to assist in changing the economic status of the country. Today, Guyana has risen to a middle income country.”The Minister urged students and members of the institution to assist in transforming the sector from standard livelihood to massive opportunities for entrepreneurship.“Guyana must not only be known as the breadbasket of the Caribbean, We are working to create an enterprise which will generate wealth and industrialise agriculture through innovative teaching.”Ramsammy challenged the students to be increasingly creative in fostering the spirit of entrepreneurship.“That’s the new brand of agriculturalist that we are creating at GSA, those that will be able to generate wealth…” the Minister added, as he announced that as an extra incentive it would mandatory that each student become a holder of driver’s licence before he/she graduates from GSA.The Minister also highlighted the importance of the young people and women in Agriculture as he made special mention of the first female principal of GSA, Ms Lynette Cunha, as one of the leading women in the sector.Chief Executive Officer of GSA, Wholesale Authentic Jerseys, Brian Greenidge, said that the school currently has courses in business as well Agriculture. He said that the GSA magazine is likely to be an annual publication.“We are equipping the students with what is needed to create employment, not to look for jobs after they graduate. We are also collaborating with the University of Guyana to ensure that the students who graduate with a diploma from GSA will only spend two years instead four at the University to obtain their degrees.”Public Works and Transport Minister, Robeson Benn, pointed out that Agricultural development is directly related to the improvement of transportation and infrastructural techniques. Minister Benn is the son of former Minister of Agriculture, Brindley Benn, under whose authority, GSA was established.“Agriculture is critical to food security in Guyana and the Caribbean. Guyana is one of the only countries in the Region with a net food production.”Benn said that efforts are being made locally to improve the transportation system to better facilitate the growth of the Agriculture sector.He explained that part of the government’s plan to bring about massive infrastructural upgrade in this regard, is by the establishment of the Deep Water Harbour in Berbice and expansion of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA).“We are working with the Maritime Administration Department to realise the Deep Water Harbour in Berbice which will be linked to a Linden/Lethem road catering for transport of goods to and from Northern Brazil…. The CJIA expansion project will facilitate the efficient overnight transport of locally produced fruits and foods to overseas markets.”Benn also noted the significance of the Mangrove Restoration Project to reducing the cost of sea defence.In brief comments, Dr Chandra Madramootoo, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Science at Mc Gill University in Canada, noted that his father crafted the first curriculum of GSAHe is son of the institution’s first head, Harry Madramootoo.Dr Madramootoo encouraged the students to continue to add to the development of agriculture and vowed to assist in creating scholarships for students, in honour of his father’s memory.Former St Lucian Minister of Agriculture and past student of GSA, Ignatius Jean, noted the humble beginnings of the institution and commended Government for its vision in setting it up.Mr. Jean is currently a representative of the Inter American Institute of Cooperation for Agriculture.The Guyana School of Agriculture currently facilitates 217 students, five of which are from St Vincent. The institution has a main office located at Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, with additional Campuses in Essequibo.
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