Bandits beat, rob Number 19 business owner, relatives, customers

Demerara_Guy posted:
Ray posted:

some yall think Guyana is like it used to be under Burnham...calm and peaceful

Calm and peaceful under Burnham ... haaa haaaa haaaaaaa

It is worse under Granger and troop.

And yet all the screams from the PPP set about "PNC bandits" that roamed Guyana when Jagdeo was in power.

Your attempt to pretend that crime only became a problem after 2015 is quite pathetic and hilarious at the same time.

caribny posted:
Demerara_Guy posted:
Ray posted:

some yall think Guyana is like it used to be under Burnham...calm and peaceful

Calm and peaceful under Burnham ... haaa haaaa haaaaaaa

It is worse under Granger and troop.

And yet all the screams from the PPP set about "PNC bandits" that roamed Guyana when Jagdeo was in power.

Your attempt to pretend that crime only became a problem after 2015 is quite pathetic and hilarious at the same time.

Is that why the admin killed off the crime tracker thread that my namesake started?

Django posted:

December 6 2018

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Dewan Ramdeo’s supermarket

Five bandits last evening pounced on a Number 19 Village, Corentyne business owner and carted off a large sum of cash and jewellery.

The bandits also assaulted relatives, customers and residents during the course of the robbery.

I cannot figure out where this shop is located. It is definitely not on the main road so it is a recent business on the back streets ( or mud dams)

This is indian on indian crime with the crooks retreating to the back dam and driving to reliance. The dam behind the village goes directly to the cricket ground in reliance about four miles away. No crook would dare a getaway by car on the mainroad. They would be caught

D2 posted:
Django posted:

December 6 2018

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Dewan Ramdeo’s supermarket

Five bandits last evening pounced on a Number 19 Village, Corentyne business owner and carted off a large sum of cash and jewellery.

The bandits also assaulted relatives, customers and residents during the course of the robbery.

I cannot figure out where this shop is located. It is definitely not on the main road so it is a recent business on the back streets ( or mud dams)

This is indian on indian crime with the crooks retreating to the back dam and driving to reliance. The dam behind the village goes directly to the cricket ground in reliance about four miles away. No crook would dare a getaway by car on the mainroad. They would be caught

Pure speculation. There could be a mix of Indians and Negroes.

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