APNU'S Felix and RK

DAMNING ADMISSION BY FELIX ON LINKS WITH ROGER KHAN - The former COP states that he had no knowledge of Roger Khan before 2004 even though he had questioned him with others in Good Hope in 2002. This is quite bizarre as first of all Roger Khan’s name was being called in the 2002-2004 period by the media and opposition politicians and secondly, and more importantly, Mr. Felix admitted to me that he had had a liaison with a woman for quite a while who was the mother of one of Roger Khan’s girlfriends and they would end up at the same house many times. Further that through this common interest, they had got to know each other and he acknowledged that RK called him from time to time..........
Felix is a career criminal and he should come clean on who built the house he has in D Guiar's Park.
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Mr. Felix stated that he “stoutly resisted” any attempt to have intelligence placed under the MOHA and in fact so much so that he resisted acting on reliable information that was provided to him. As a result of his revelations and in my regurgitating those days, l now am of the opinion that that resistance to act on reliable information was deliberate and that his focus was all the time on what the APNU/PNC was drumming up then and now. The classic example of the assault on Agricola in February 2006 despite the overwhelming evidence that this was spearheaded by the Rawlins and the criminal gangs, the then COP deduced that it was Roger Khan who was behind the assault at that time --and by his own public admissions now --- in fact tried to deflect the Force’s focus on the apprehending the criminal gang leaders, Rawlins’ et al. He was either obsessed with RK which l believe resulted from intense personal issues and a political agenda rather than protecting the public from criminal gangs and their murdering and threat to the security of the nation and the state.
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Originally posted by Streetsmart:
Felix was being paid every month by RK ask him to deny that


I don't trust anyone of them...Jagdeo, Rohee, Felix, etc...that is why AFC plans to have a foreigner at the top guiding reforms and security until we get clean Guyanese to take over. Where is the forensic lab? What about Roger's newspaper ad?
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Originally posted by Wally:
Felix has always been a fanatical supporter of the PNC. How he got the PPP to appoint him as head of the Guyana Police Force is a story by itself.

That's the big question.
Wally put on his thinking cap dis marning. Big Grin
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Originally posted by Streetsmart:
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Originally posted by redux:
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Originally posted by Streetsmart:
Felix was being paid every month by RK ask him to deny that

Suh . . . tell we why Felix run Raja outta town into the arms of the DEA nuh

Both of the were working for the US

Suh why RK doin hard time . . . getting raped & ting

Like you need somebady to translate WikiLeaks fo yuh
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Originally posted by Wally:
Felix has always been a fanatical supporter of the PNC. How he got the PPP to appoint him as head of the Guyana Police Force is a story by itself.

This is quite true but it clearly shows that you don't have to be card bearing member of the PPP/C to get such a prestigious post. In fact clearly here we see that Felix, a known PNC supported was elevated to to COP in a PPP/C dministration despite being a PNCite
Bottom line is Felix trapped RK forcing him to flee to Suriname, where with the cooperation of T&T, he was seized by the US.

Jagdeo spent weeks crying and screaming that these CARICOM nations were cooperating with teh "evi" USA to snatch Guyanese citizens under rendition.


We have longer memories than you think PPP dummies.
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Originally posted by TK_REDUX:
Can someone post the Stabroek News full page ad that Roger placed in the newspapers saying he was fighting crimes for the PPP government? This might bring back Streethustler's memory.

The very ad in the newspapers also claimed how the US sought his assistance and this was after he was put on their wanted list. He was an agent for the US

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