Green said Teekah's demise was caused by Womanisizing.

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

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Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

Hammie set the lady on fire too. Wonder what she did to deserve this horrible death?

VishMahabir posted:

Who is this Tikka guy???

http://www.guyana.org/features...dence/chapter15.html

Murder of Vincent Teekah

One of the biggest cover-ups occurred when Vincent Teekah, the Minister of Education, was killed on the night of 24 October 1979. He died of a bullet wound and it was apparent that the shot was fired at very close range. Teekah was in the company of an American dentist, Dr. Oswaldene Walker, who lived in Maryland, USA and worked at Howard University in Washington DC. She was visiting Guyana as the private dentist for Prime Minister Burnham. Around midnight on October 24 she had arrived with the already cold body of Teekah at the St Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Teekah's car. There he was pronounced dead on arrival.

According to Dr Walker's story, two men had attacked them as Teekah was showing her the sights, and he had been shot while they parked on the East Bank Demerara roadside, just south of Georgetown. After calling for help, she reported that an Indo-Guyanese man had helped her to shift the body over from the driver's seat and he had accompanied her as she to the hospital. On Teekah being pronounced dead, she tried unsuccessfully to contact Prime Minister Burnham by phone. She then drove the car with the corpse to the Prime Minister's residence where she stayed the night.

Early the next morning, Dr. Walker was taken to the airport by Shirley Field-Ridley, wife of Minister Hamilton Green. There she was put on the flight which left for the United States.

Dr. Walker was the only known witness to the shooting, but her hasty removal from Guyana meant that she could not be questioned by the police. According to Fr. Andrew Morrison, writing in his book Justice, "the police should certainly have wanted to know how a shot fired from outside the car could have entered Teekah's right hip and travelled horizontally across his body and how the body could have been cold on arrival at the hospital if it had been brought there in about fifteen minutes after the shooting."

Morrison added: "Watchmen in the area where the shooting was supposed to have taken place reported that they heard two shots fired in rapid succession at about 11.30 p.m. that night, that a car had been parked in that area for some time and it started and moved off in great haste after the shots were fired. The hustling out of the country of the only reported witness and the silence of the police, apart from ruling out death by accident, drew widespread charges of yet another deliberate cover-up by the authorities."

The police ruled out accidental death by his own gun since the bullet that killed him was not from his personal the pistol which was found on him.

Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

It takes a womanizer to know a womanizer. For sure Green and Gilly were womanizers. But Teekah? I knew him for the last 9 years of his life and never heard even a poosoor-poosoor about his 'womanizing'. 

Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

It takes a womanizer to know a womanizer. For sure Green and Gilly were womanizers. But Teekah? I knew him for the last 9 years of his life and never heard even a poosoor-poosoor about his 'womanizing'. 

One of the worst kept rumours was that Shirley Field-Ridley and Teekah were getting too close, whether it was just good friends or more, for Green's liking.

RiffRaff posted:
Nehru posted:

Could have been Green , Corbin or any of the loyal Burnham Stooge. Even the House Of Israel could have been given the Task!!

I don't think it was  Corbin...

YOu actually can think?  Marnin Riff and Ker Yuh Rass

I don't know. I never saw the man.  I am just repeating what a policewoman told me one day in Georgetown in 1980.  It was Palmer that put Teekah six feet under. She said Palmer worked for the mentioned individual. I don't know who she was but she was wearing a police uniform.

Prashad posted:

I don't know. I never saw the man.  I am just repeating what a policewoman told me one day in Georgetown in 1980.  It was Palmer that put Teekah six feet under. She said Palmer worked for the mentioned individual.

When i was assigned for repair service visit by the Repair Service Company,one of his body guard heavy set guy will pick me up.

These supposedly smart Indians who defected to the PNC did not do anything to help Guyana or the people from their own home towns.  Think about the backwardness of Parika and Cotton Tree where Teekah and H. Majeed came from. Moses used to complain how GEC would not install and electric meter on his house in Taine.  Ranji Chandisingh's home was often raided by Burnham's goons and his books taken away. I believe hunger drove them to the PNC.  They could not go to America nor could they get a job with a private sector that was under the heels of the PNC.

 

Walker said that she and an Indo Guyanese tool Teekah to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. She went on to say that she then drove to Burnham's house with Teekah still in the car. Which hospital will pronounce a person dead and then give the dead body back instead of sending it to a morgue? Which woman visiting Guyana will take on that task at night nonetheless?

My guess is that she was never with Teekah but was said to be by Burnham's people especially since she didn't actually give a public statement. Teekah was probably at Burnham's house when he was killed and everything else was made up.

Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

It takes a womanizer to know a womanizer. For sure Green and Gilly were womanizers. But Teekah? I knew him for the last 9 years of his life and never heard even a poosoor-poosoor about his 'womanizing'. 

Vincent was no womanizer . He was happily married to Jean , Harrylall's elder daughter. I knew him very well . A group of us would spend time in New Amsterdam whenever he was around. 

GTAngler posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

It takes a womanizer to know a womanizer. For sure Green and Gilly were womanizers. But Teekah? I knew him for the last 9 years of his life and never heard even a poosoor-poosoor about his 'womanizing'. 

One of the worst kept rumours was that Shirley Field-Ridley and Teekah were getting too close, whether it was just good friends or more, for Green's liking.

Vincent and Shirley Field Ridley had a very close , professional working relationship. This " relationship " started when she  was Minister of Education and he was the shadow Minister of Education . . 

Churchill posted:
GTAngler posted:
Gilbakka posted:
Django posted:
skeldon_man posted:
Django posted:

FK: Did you have anything to do with the death of Minister Vincent Teekah.

HG: No.  Teekah was a womaniser. What was he doing at a very desolate spot at night with a woman? Either someone followed him there or he was robbed and murdered.

A revealing interview with Hamilton Green

By Freddie Kissoon

Maybe Hammie was the triggerman. Did he ever explain the death of Shirley Field-Ridley?

Good question,

wondering if there is any connection with the womanizer.

Frenno Gilly can shed some light.

It takes a womanizer to know a womanizer. For sure Green and Gilly were womanizers. But Teekah? I knew him for the last 9 years of his life and never heard even a poosoor-poosoor about his 'womanizing'. 

One of the worst kept rumours was that Shirley Field-Ridley and Teekah were getting too close, whether it was just good friends or more, for Green's liking.

Vincent and Shirley Field Ridley had a very close , professional working relationship. This " relationship " started when she  was Minister of Education and he was the shadow Minister of Education . . 

CONCLUSION:  The Education Ministers during PNC time have bad luck!!!!  Roopnarine should thank the Lord that he is still alive.

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