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Date: 21 Oct 17 03:36am
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Date: 21 Oct 17 02:24am
Yet another matter of forged documents arising from GDF applications ended up in court yesterday.Gavin Stuart, NFL Jerseys China Cheap, 20, and Delroy James, also 20, appeared before Magistrate Priya Beharry on charges of forgery and uttering a forged document.It is alleged that Stuart and James, with the intent to defraud, each forged a Caribbean Secondary Examinations Council (CSEC) certificate and submitted them to the Guyana Defence Force as legitimate documents.They were also charged for uttering to Glennis Joseph, a member of the Guyana Defence Force, a forged Caribbean Secondary Examinations Council certificate knowing them to be forged. Both defendants pleaded not guilty to the charges before them.At the time that the allegations were raised the two were trainee cadet officers in the Guyana Defence Force.Attorney-at-Law Rexford Jackson appeared for both the accused. Jackson informed the court that Stuart had an impressive academic background and that this was his first ever appearance in court. He asked that Magistrate Beharry take into consideration the ages of his clients, and asked for a reasonable bail for the two.Not so long ago, on July 22, another young man, 21-year-old Ganesh Singh appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson to face the same charges. He too pleaded not guilty.Stuart and James were each placed on $150, 000 bail, and are to return to court on September 24.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 02:24am
As the country grapple with the scourge of domestic violence a man as his estranged wife of 14 years ended up before the court on separate charges for assaulting each other.The man, Khemraj Guirdarie, 35, a carpenter of Angoy’s Avenue and his estranged wife Elizabeth Naidoo, 32, a housewife also of Angoy’s Avenue on Friday appeared at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court before Magistrate Roby Benn and pleaded not guilty to the charges of assault causing actual bodily harm, 2014 Olympic Team USA #44 Brooks Orpik White Stitched NHL Jersey, committed on each other on Friday 24 May2011 at Angoy’s Avenue.Prosecutor Corporal Orin Joseph told the Court that on the day in question, Guirdarie and Naidoo who once shared a common law relationship was involved in a fight, which ended up with both parties, while being armed, allegedly inflicting blows on each other.Naidoo stated that she lives with her sister and family at another location in Angoy’s Avenue and since she and the accused separated he became angry and has been stalking her.Her story was that on the day in question she was walking on a dam in the community is search of a Neighbourhood Police when she was accosted by Guirdarie who was armed with a cutlass.She stated that she ran in a neighbour’s yard and fell in the process during which time the accused followed her and dealt her several broadsides about her body.The woman stated that her sister saw the commotion and came out with a stick and dealt the accused a lash to his hip and he ran away.The man in his version stated that he lives with his son and on the said date he was on his way to the shop to buy a bottle of sweet drink, when he was approached by Naidoo and her sister who were armed with sticks. He stated that they started to rain blows on him.The man stated in his effort to ward off the lashes he grabbed on to Naidoo and they both fell on the ground, but the blows continued.  He eventually managed to free himself and got away.The matter was reported and they were both arrested and charged.  The couple was placed on $50, 000 each and will have to return to court on 22nd August.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 02:24am
– PCA Chairman  The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has recorded 68 complaints against police ranks for allegedly neglecting their duties for the year 2016. This information was provided to Kaieteur News by PCA Chairman Justice Cecil Kennard.According to the information provided by Justice Kennard, the PCA received between January 1, 2016 and September 30, 2016, a total of 145 complaints. Of this number, 135 have been closed, thus leaving 10 pending.Other complaints that were investigated by PCA included: three corrupt transactions, nine Unlawful arrests, two  Unlawful Seizure of property, nine Acting in a manner likely to bring discredit on the reputation of the Force,   four Assault, two  Demanding money to prevent prosecution, two Conduct himself in an important manner, six Wanting in civility to members of the public, eight Police misconduct, 10 Abuse of power, two Threats, 10 Police harassment, one Conduct himself in an oppressive manner, one Use of more force than necessary, and one of Abuse.Out of the total sum of complaints, the 68 that dealt with police ranks neglecting their duties represented the majority of complaints reported to the PCA.PCA ChairmanJustice Cecil KennardIn an interview with Kaieteur News, Justice Kennard stated that the PCA had received a total of 399 files from the Office of Professional Response (OPR). He disclosed that the PCA offered advice on these cases and returned them to OPR. There are however some cases that are yet to be closed, Justice Kennard noted.He went on to say that the PCA has a team of four investigators consisting of a retired Senior Inspector, a Chief Inspector, an Inspector and a former Captain of the Guyana Defence Force. These individuals were assigned to the PCA on the April 1, 2015, and “they were doing an excellent job” according to Justice Kennard.Justice Kennard stated that in order for an investigation to be conducted, a complaint must first be lodged at the PCA.Following this, a statement is taken from the complainant and according to Justice Kennard the police of whom the complaint was made against, is contacted and asked to give an explanation on the said matter by way of statement.  Both the complainant and the accused are entitled to produce a witness or multiple witnesses, Nike Air Max 2018 Release, Justice Kennard said.When the investigation is completed recommendations are made and given to the Police Service Commission for the necessary action to be taken.He went on to say that in cases whereby the ranks are from Constable to Sergeant, disciplinary hearings are conducted through the Office of the Commissioner of Police and if the ranks are above that of an Inspector and Assistant Commissioner, disciplinary  measures will be conducted by the Police Service Commission.
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Date: 21 Oct 17 02:24am
Wenda Hooper of South Amelia’s Ward, Linden, is a struggling, partly disabled single parent of six.Presently, Wenda cannot move around, unless it is with the aid of a walking stick, due to her arthritic condition.But she has learnt to live with her condition, and has adjusted accordingly.What she can however never come to terms with, is the fact that a plot of land that was allocated to her in 2002 by the Central Housing and Planning Authority, and for which she had paid completely, was coveted by a man whom she claims lives overseas.“To add insult to injury, this piece of land was stolen from right under my nose, and the man broke up my foundation, which I had already put down. That foundation cost me $500, 000, and for the land itself, I paid $58, 000. But this man couldn’t care less, he just come and break up everything, and then fence the place and build a bond. Now tell me, how could that be right? Is because this man living outside, and he got money and I ain’t got?”Hooper resides in a small house obliquely opposite the plot of land she had acquired, and had witnessed the entire demolition process by the man, who continued what he was doing despite the intervention of the police.“This thing happened in August 2009, it was a Friday, the twenty first to be exact- I could never forget that day. Was about nine o’clock, I look outside and see this man breaking me foundation. So I immediately went to see Mr Mingo at the RDC Office, and told him what was happening. Mr Mingo advised me to report the matter to the Mackenzie Police Station, which I did. However no police came to investigate the matter that day.”Hooper said that after the man continued to destroy her foundation, the following day she again sought the intervention of the police, who subsequently visited the place and spoke to him.He temporarily discontinued the activity but then resumed the demolition shortly after the police left, she reported.Another call was subsequently made to the police station by Hooper’s mother. “But the said rank answered the phone and told my mother that this individual has legal documents for the place, and that he would like to speak to intelligent people.”Within three days Hooper’s foundation was completely demolished.Another visit to the Mackenzie Police Station resulted in Hooper and the man being taken by police to a Housing Officer by the name of Mr Payne, who advised Hooper that she would have to be relocated.“Now tell me, how come is I got to be relocated, when I was there first and had acquired the land legally, and paid for it. Why they didn’t relocate this man. Is because he living outside? This is advantage, plain and simple. I’m a struggling woman. I cannot afford to build another foundation now, which would probably cost about three times what I spend on the last one. And this man ain’t got a conscience- he offering me $78, 000 for my foundation that he break up. Now what I gon do with that? This is eyepass to the max, ” Hooper complained.The woman said that she was recently allocated another plot of land in Amelia’s Ward, but she presently has no money to erect another foundation. She said that she is also not prepared to accept the money being offered by the man for her old foundation.Her only recourse now is to take legal action against him, but Hooper said that she cannot even afford that, given her present circumstances.There have been several reports in Linden of persons ‘coveting’ lands that were already allocated and paid for by other people.In many of the cases cited, the perpetrators are either persons of higher economic standing, Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Authentic, or overseas- based Lindeners.“It is time that this matter be looked into, or they gon get bloodshed”, one man declared. The man was also relocated, after his land was taken over by another, even though he had legal documents to prove his ownership.He however chose to remain anonymous.And a woman, whose land was coveted by another individual, had the last laugh, after she sought the intervention of higher authorities who ensured that she got back her land, complete with foundation and all.Calls to the local housing authority for a comment on the challenges facing some land owners in Linden went unanswered.
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