There are holes in this case. Without one or two of his former bodyguards turning state's witness it will be hard to show in court that he ordered anyone to be killed or even if there was any interaction between him and the victim leading to the allegations. The Guyana state has to be careful with this case because they can do be sued for wrongful prosecution if they lose the case.
I agree. I read it a bit and it will be difficult. Unless someone can prove he explicit ordered it, it’s assumptions and perceptions! It may lead to a civil settlement because was his party.