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Trinidad (Newsday) – A phone call from a woman with a Guyanese accent led police to a house in Gasparillo early yesterday morning. There they found the body of 69-year-old Andre Joachim, a retired electrical engineer.He had been gagged with a bandana and duct tape, causing him to suffocate.A woman, believed to be Guyanese, made a call to the Gasparillo Police Station at about 1.35 am. In her phone conversation, the woman told an officer her name, gave them Joachim’s address and said she was with him when three men stormed the house and demanded money.She reported to the officer that Joachim refused and the men beat him before he was bound and gagged.However, there was no sign of the woman or anyone else when police arrived at the house on Fifth Street, Springland, Gasparillo, at about 1.45 am, ten minutes after receiving the call. There was no sign of forced entry.Instead, the officers found Joachim dead. His hands were tied behind his back, and his mouth was duct-taped.Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov has told investigators Joachim suffocated after being gagged with a bandana, which his killers secured to his mouth with duct tape.“It is a murder, ” Alexandrov told Newsday, hours after performing an autopsy on Joachim at the Forensic Science Centre, St James. Alexandrov found the bandana inside Joachim’s mouth after removing the duct tape during the autopsy.“A bandanna obstructed his mouth. It’s suffocation by gagging. He was gagged at first with a bandanna which slipped into his mouth and then they placed duct tape around it, ” the pathologist said.Joachim could have survived had he not eaten a heavy meal prior to the attack, Alexandrov observed.“The gagging did not close the nostril. He was able to breathe, but he had a heavy meal prior to the attack and so when his mouth was gagged, the air supply was obstructed and he started vomiting. There was no way for the vomit to come out through the mouth, ” he said.“It couldn’t pass through the mouth so the food mass completely obstructed his nasal passage. No air supply through the mouth, no air supply through the nose. Internally all the signs were of asphyxia, ” concluded Alexandrov.The pathologist also said there were no marks of violence to indicate Joachim had been beaten or struck with any object. This differs from the report the mystery woman made in her call to the police in which she said three men beat Joachim. Neighbours confirmed a woman had been living with Joachim, saying she moved in with him about a month ago.Before her, other women often visited Joachim’s two-storey house located in a secluded spot on Fifth Street in Springland. Neighbours said he also rented out rooms at his house.Joachim’s van remained parked in front of the house on the road.Neighbours recalled hearing dogs barking during the early hours of the morning.A resident said, NFL Jerseys Authentic, “That house was always frequented by women. He rented out rooms in his house for anyone who was looking for cheap space.”
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Date: 18 Aug 17 07:24am
The long overdue Local Government Elections which got underway countrywide, yesterday, Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale China, was not met with enthusiasm. Like most parts of the country, the response of voters in several sections of the West Demerara wasThe response to the LGE at Crane Primary School, West Coast Demerara yesterday.described as slow and minimal.Residents at Crane, Vreed-en-Hoop, Goed Fortuin and a few other areas along the West Demerara visited the Polling Stations “individually and in some cases, by the pairs.”Many commented that they did not know the candidates listed to represent their constituencies but were only there to cast their ballots in favour of the party of their choice.  At Crane, West Coast Demerara   the residents expressed their reluctance to vote in the first Local Government Elections held since 1994.One first time voter said that she only came out to vote at the insistence of her parents.“If it wasn’t for them I would have stayed home because how I see it in this election people don’t even know who to vote for. We really don’t know these candidates.”However older voters appeared glad to cast their ballots. Rookim Dey, 74, of New Road, Vreed en Hoop noted that she is happy to be able to elect people of her choice to look over the affairs of her neighbourhood.“So in case anything happens we know who to blame, ” the elderly woman noted while commenting on the low turnout by the electorate across the country.Dey said that she believes that more could have been done by the LGE candidates to become familiar with the residents of the constituencies they are seeking to represent. “I think if they (the candidates) had gone around more and met with the people; the young boys playing cricket in the streets, the young women at the hair salon and so on, people would have had a better understanding of who they are and what they had to offer.“Then, voters would approach the polling station with a better understanding of what and who they are electing.Another voter said that he believes that the low turnout by the electorate is due to frustration. People are frustrated with the government and the opposition. “The PPP/C committed serious crimes against this nation while in office and the APNU/AFC appears to want to finish the job…“The government has to do better than this if they want the faith of the people restored in them. If they want support they must deliver on their promises, ” the man asserted.
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Date: 18 Aug 17 07:24am
The Guyana Police Force is taking cognizance of a groundbreaking High Court ruling and will be reviewing its position on the controversial issue regarding the Stop Search and Detain policy.This was revealed to Kaieteur News by a senior police officer who was reacting to the October 31 ruling by Justice William Ramlal, which was highlighted in an article in the Sunday edition of this newspaper.Justice Ramlal had ruled that the police stop, search and subsequent detention of Attorney at Law, now judge Navindra Singh on October 24, 2006 was an abuse of power.Police ranks during one of their many stop and searches.Yesterday, the senior police officer told this newspaper that the force’s administration “will have to sit down and come up with a policy…review our operations. It will certainly affect future operations.”He did admit that the police’s power to stop, NFL Jerseys Outlet, search and detain is not absolute.It is not clear if any action will be taken retroactively against the ranks involved, in light of justice Ramlal’s ruling.In his claims, Singh said that he was a practicing Attorney-at-Law. On May 9, 2006, he was driving his car along Charlotte Street, Georgetown, when he was stopped at the edge of the road after his engine light started flashing indicating something was wrong.Singh said that before he could have spoken to his mechanic, a police vehicle pulled alongside with Police Constable James telling him that the car was obstructing the ‘free flow of traffic’. The plaintiff said he drove to another street, Croal Street, and parked in the corner when the same vehicle pulled in front of him at a 45 degrees angle.According to the plaintiff, he was directed to exit his vehicle and upon enquiring, he was told that the ranks wanted to search it. “I then asked him what was his probable cause for such a search?. By this time the Number two Defendant (Police Sergeant James) was standing next to my driver’s side door with his rifle pointed at me.James who pointed the rifle at me said “This is all the reason we need”. I at that point demanded identification from the police. James asked, “You want dead? Come out you vehicle now.”Another senior officer was not too subtle in his condemnation of the police’s actions in the particular case involving the attorney at law.He lashed out at the conduct of the ranks saying that they were taught that stop, search and detain was not an absolute option.“In my opinion the ugly experience of the attorney now judge is symptomatic of a bigger problem that existed for a long time and that is abuse of power and authority, ” he said.He added that the victim was fortunate that he had the necessary wherewithal that allowed him to take legal action.“Unfortunately the average member of the public does not have the resources to do so. Their only recourse is to the Police Complaints Authority and the Office of Professional Responsibility, and sometimes these agencies take a lifetime to administer justice if any at all, ” the police officer explained.For quite some time there have been reports and in many cases evidence of police shakedowns, without any punishment meted out to those who are responsible.At last month’s Christmas policing presentation, the Guyana Police Force through Divisional Commander Derrick Josiah spoke of stop and search as one of the main methods to prevent criminal activity throughout the season.“God helps the average citizen at Christmas time who is likely to become a victim of police abuse. Once this does not affect those in authority, they don’t give a damn. It is only when their friends and relatives are victims then they care, ” the officer declared.He added that stop and search should not be an arbitrary thing, and stressed that there must be specific reason to do so.
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