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Date: 22 Oct 17 12:17pm
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Date: 22 Oct 17 10:59am
The wife of triple murder accused, John Blanchard, was a no show at court on Thursday when the matter was called again at the Providence Magistrates’ Court.Onika Blanchard was scheduled to be crossed examined on Thursday but failed to show up. Hence Magistrate Leslie Sobers was forced to put the matter down for January 31.On the last court appearance Mrs. Blanchard closed off giving evidence against her husband.A tearful Mrs. Blanchard told the court, on that occasion, that while living with her husband and children the family was struggling to make ends meet financially. The woman further told the court that before leaving for the interior her husband promised to take care of their three children, Jordan Shoes For Sale Cheap, Joy, Belika and Daniel.According to her it was agreed that she would go to make a better living for her family. The woman sobbed, “I went and this is what happen”.On October 11, 2011, Blanchard was detained for the chopping of his three young children causing the death of two of the minors. Belika Blanchard and her five-year-old brother, Daniel Blanchard, died instantly after reportedly being attacked by their father. Six-year-old Joy Blanchard subsequently succumbed to her injuries.The family resided at Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara, and according to persons, at the time of the incident, the children’s mother had left for the interior where she sought a better job. It is alleged that the chopping incident stemmed from a phone conversation Blanchard allegedly had with the woman moments before.Blanchard who sold clothing to sustain his family had reportedly been experiencing difficulty with his companion. The two had allegedly spilt up with the woman leaving the children behind. It was indicated that Blanchard had sought the support of his younger sister on the night of the incident. She claimed that Blanchard had tried to contact her but was unable to do so.The death of the children had sparked nationwide interest and outrage. Blanchard was attacked twice while in police custody. The man had been beaten severely by fellow inmates who sought to teach the alleged “child murderer” a lesson.
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Date: 22 Oct 17 10:59am
A construction worker was killed on the spot at around 18:30 hrs yesterday after crashing his motorcycle into the back of a trailer on the Canal Number Two Public Road, Cheap Jerseys USA, West Bank Demerara.Relatives identified the victim as Ravindranauth Sarjou, of Canal Number Two, and said that he was about 30 years old.Rohan Sarjou, the victim’s brother, said that his sibling was heading home from work when he crashed into the back of the unlit trailer, which was parked on the road.  The brother said that the crash occurred less than a quarter of a mile from the victim’s home. A relative contacted him by phone and informed him of the tragedy.He said that the trailer belongs to a farmer, and he alleged that residents had expressed concern that the unlit trailer posed a threat to road users.
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Date: 22 Oct 17 10:59am
The US Government, as part of its move to collect US$500, 000 from embattled Guyanese businessman, Ed Ahmad, has already seized a portion of that amount from him.According to court documents filed yesterday in a New York court, collectors managed to put their hands on US$28.662.18.Officials executed a seizure warrant on December 23 and will be holding it in a special bank account pending sentencing of Ahmad.Ed AhmadOn November 28th, US Attorneys wrote Judge Dora Irizarry of the Eastern District of New York, asking that she grant a forfeiture order. Ahmad, well known in Guyana for his hardware business and other interests, has to pay the monies before he is sentenced.On October 10, 2012, the defendant pleaded guilty, before the same Judge, on count one of the ten-count criminal complaint against him. He told the court that his attorney had advised him that there is no viable defence to the charges against him.In admitting guilt, Ahmad told Judge Irizarry that between January 1995 and January 2009, within the Eastern District of New York and elsewhere, together with others, he knowingly and intentionally conspired to defraud several lending institutions, in a mortgage fraud scheme that lasted almost 15 years.The United States Attorney’s office alleges that Ahmad was part of a scheme that defrauded American lending institutions of approximately US$50M, obtaining approval for mortgages on various properties by falsifying documents submitted to the lending institutions, using a string of straw buyers, and other illegal practices.In detailing the allegations against the Queens businessman with strong political connections, Judge Irizarry outlined a scheme which had as its victims not only financial institutions, but also many ordinary New Yorkers, most of whom were Guyanese immigrants pursuing the American dream of owning their own homes only to find themselves trapped in a real estate scheme, which ultimately resulted in them losing their homes in foreclosure proceedings while Ahmad and his co-conspirators made millions of dollars.Ahmad admitted in court that he knew what he was doing was illegal.Judge Dora IrizarryBefore Ahmad entered his plea, in 2012, Judge Irizarry informed him that his guilty plea would mean that he would be faced with a mandatory US$500, 000 criminal forfeiture, a fine that is double the gross monetary loss caused by his conduct.The government has pegged the momentary loss at US$14M which means that Ahmad would face a criminal fine of US$28M in addition to US$14M in restitution, Wholesale Jerseys China, exposing him to monetary penalties in the total amount of US$42.5M.While the offence that Ahmad pleaded guilty to carries a maximum term of imprisonment of 30 years, the Federal Sentencing Guidelines will determine exactly how much of the 30 years he is actually sentenced to. Prosecutors had asked for a jail term of between 121 and 151 months (10 to approximately 13 years) of imprisonment.Ahmad would also be placed on probation for a period that could be up to five years after serving his time.Ahmad’s case has attracted much attention from the media in Guyana and in New York, fueled by his strong political connections locally and in the U.S.
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