‘Jagdeo-era killings ‘

Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

Djanjo, 

what would it take for you to understand . The GUYANA POLICE FORCE AND ARMY were in bed with the criminals .. directed by politicians from Congress place to cause trouble and destabilize the country to bring PPP down.

you were protected by Uncle Sam and have no clue what was going on in Guyana. 

Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

cain posted:

So Dave explain if the Forces were not cooperating with the govt why did BJ not accept the help offered from various countries to help curb crime? 

That was a perfect opportunity the PPP lost.

I understand from sources , PPP don’t have confidence in the British because of past experience .

i will get more details for you on this . 

Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

Who's more full of shit than you, Fraudster?

Y'all think people will just forget the PPP relationship with these drug lords and money washers and you come here parroting nonsense. How the hell were you in Guyana and you didn't know about this? It's either you are clueless about what happens in Guyana or you have your head buried up your ass.

Khan 

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...and-the-death-squad/

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

Morgan

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...rgan-back-in-guyana/

Morgan was charged in December 1999 following an arms bust at the John Fernandes Wharf in Georgetown. Members of the Guyana Police Force and the Customs and Excise Department unearthed 14 guns, including semi-automatic weapons, pump-action rifles and revolvers in a container consigned to the businessman. Also, ranks recovered over 3000 rounds of ammunition in the container, which had been shipped from Miami, Florida by Nankumar Budhan, to Morgan. Local law enforcement agents had requested assistance from Interpol in relation with the investigation.
On December 21, Morgan and Budhan appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer charges in relation to the guns and ammunition find.

Buddy

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...-bust-accused-freed/

Businessman Omprakash `Buddy’ Shivraj, on whose property the alleged illegal fuel was found was charged with possession of illegal fuel and storage of illegal fuel. The trial of the ten accused and Shivraj were merged. 

The dismissal of the charges brought to an end the saga of what is said to be one of the largest fuel busts locally. On the night of September 27, 2005, the GEA said that acting on information received officials visited Buddy’s Farm at Coverden, East Bank Demerara around 10 pm on that day. When they arrived, the ten defendants were seen offloading fuel from a trawler named Ashley S into drums. A fuel tanker it is alleged was already filled.

Tests were carried out on the said fuel and it was found to be illegal. The men were subsequently arrested and charged. Over 43,000 litres of diesel valued at $6M was seized.

 

 

Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

Who's more full of shit than you, Fraudster?

Y'all think people will just forget the PPP relationship with these drug lords and money washers and you come here parroting nonsense. How the hell were you in Guyana and you didn't know about this? It's either you are clueless about what happens in Guyana or you have your head buried up your ass.

Khan 

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...and-the-death-squad/

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

Morgan

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...rgan-back-in-guyana/

Morgan was charged in December 1999 following an arms bust at the John Fernandes Wharf in Georgetown. Members of the Guyana Police Force and the Customs and Excise Department unearthed 14 guns, including semi-automatic weapons, pump-action rifles and revolvers in a container consigned to the businessman. Also, ranks recovered over 3000 rounds of ammunition in the container, which had been shipped from Miami, Florida by Nankumar Budhan, to Morgan. Local law enforcement agents had requested assistance from Interpol in relation with the investigation.
On December 21, Morgan and Budhan appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer charges in relation to the guns and ammunition find.

Buddy

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...-bust-accused-freed/

Businessman Omprakash `Buddy’ Shivraj, on whose property the alleged illegal fuel was found was charged with possession of illegal fuel and storage of illegal fuel. The trial of the ten accused and Shivraj were merged. 

The dismissal of the charges brought to an end the saga of what is said to be one of the largest fuel busts locally. On the night of September 27, 2005, the GEA said that acting on information received officials visited Buddy’s Farm at Coverden, East Bank Demerara around 10 pm on that day. When they arrived, the ten defendants were seen offloading fuel from a trawler named Ashley S into drums. A fuel tanker it is alleged was already filled.

Tests were carried out on the said fuel and it was found to be illegal. The men were subsequently arrested and charged. Over 43,000 litres of diesel valued at $6M was seized.

 

 

I see your handlers armed you with propaganda articles from your PNC supported newspapers.

Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

Who's more full of shit than you, Fraudster?

Y'all think people will just forget the PPP relationship with these drug lords and money washers and you come here parroting nonsense. How the hell were you in Guyana and you didn't know about this? It's either you are clueless about what happens in Guyana or you have your head buried up your ass.

Khan 

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...and-the-death-squad/

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

Morgan

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...rgan-back-in-guyana/

Morgan was charged in December 1999 following an arms bust at the John Fernandes Wharf in Georgetown. Members of the Guyana Police Force and the Customs and Excise Department unearthed 14 guns, including semi-automatic weapons, pump-action rifles and revolvers in a container consigned to the businessman. Also, ranks recovered over 3000 rounds of ammunition in the container, which had been shipped from Miami, Florida by Nankumar Budhan, to Morgan. Local law enforcement agents had requested assistance from Interpol in relation with the investigation.
On December 21, Morgan and Budhan appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer charges in relation to the guns and ammunition find.

Buddy

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...-bust-accused-freed/

Businessman Omprakash `Buddy’ Shivraj, on whose property the alleged illegal fuel was found was charged with possession of illegal fuel and storage of illegal fuel. The trial of the ten accused and Shivraj were merged. 

The dismissal of the charges brought to an end the saga of what is said to be one of the largest fuel busts locally. On the night of September 27, 2005, the GEA said that acting on information received officials visited Buddy’s Farm at Coverden, East Bank Demerara around 10 pm on that day. When they arrived, the ten defendants were seen offloading fuel from a trawler named Ashley S into drums. A fuel tanker it is alleged was already filled.

Tests were carried out on the said fuel and it was found to be illegal. The men were subsequently arrested and charged. Over 43,000 litres of diesel valued at $6M was seized.

 

 

Fool was

Buddy

Morgan - which one of the Morgan’s 

Was arrested 

and yes Khan was arrested because they were tracking the criminals with a compute :

Your comments are “Fit and proper for you” 

 

 

Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

Who's more full of shit than you, Fraudster?

Y'all think people will just forget the PPP relationship with these drug lords and money washers and you come here parroting nonsense. How the hell were you in Guyana and you didn't know about this? It's either you are clueless about what happens in Guyana or you have your head buried up your ass.

Khan 

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...and-the-death-squad/

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

Morgan

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...rgan-back-in-guyana/

Morgan was charged in December 1999 following an arms bust at the John Fernandes Wharf in Georgetown. Members of the Guyana Police Force and the Customs and Excise Department unearthed 14 guns, including semi-automatic weapons, pump-action rifles and revolvers in a container consigned to the businessman. Also, ranks recovered over 3000 rounds of ammunition in the container, which had been shipped from Miami, Florida by Nankumar Budhan, to Morgan. Local law enforcement agents had requested assistance from Interpol in relation with the investigation.
On December 21, Morgan and Budhan appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer charges in relation to the guns and ammunition find.

Buddy

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...-bust-accused-freed/

Businessman Omprakash `Buddy’ Shivraj, on whose property the alleged illegal fuel was found was charged with possession of illegal fuel and storage of illegal fuel. The trial of the ten accused and Shivraj were merged. 

The dismissal of the charges brought to an end the saga of what is said to be one of the largest fuel busts locally. On the night of September 27, 2005, the GEA said that acting on information received officials visited Buddy’s Farm at Coverden, East Bank Demerara around 10 pm on that day. When they arrived, the ten defendants were seen offloading fuel from a trawler named Ashley S into drums. A fuel tanker it is alleged was already filled.

Tests were carried out on the said fuel and it was found to be illegal. The men were subsequently arrested and charged. Over 43,000 litres of diesel valued at $6M was seized.

 

 

Fool was

Buddy

Morgan - which one of the Morgan’s 

Was arrested 

and yes Khan was arrested because they were tracking the criminals with a compute :

Your comments are “Fit and proper for you” 

 

 

Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Mars posted:
skeldon_man posted:

I see your handlers armed you with propaganda articles from your PNC supported newspapers.

Yawn! Can't you dummies get a bit more creative for a change? 

We got creative. We caught you harassing coolies for the PNC. Your handlers have you on your toes.

Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Tell us when did 

Khan

Morgan ( which one of the Morgan )

Buddy 

was arrested ... I have no knowledge of this as a Guyanese .

Brama along with Swiss house owner ( Razack ) was arrested at Berbice stelling. Let the court say why they were free .

i didn’t know PPP was the prosecutor and judge in Guyana court  ... did anyone knows of this on this forum .

the police control by your kind of people lost the evidence to prosecute them ... is this new in Guyana or a third world country . 

You are full of SHIT .

 

Who's more full of shit than you, Fraudster?

Y'all think people will just forget the PPP relationship with these drug lords and money washers and you come here parroting nonsense. How the hell were you in Guyana and you didn't know about this? It's either you are clueless about what happens in Guyana or you have your head buried up your ass.

Khan 

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...and-the-death-squad/

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

Morgan

https://www.kaieteurnewsonline...rgan-back-in-guyana/

Morgan was charged in December 1999 following an arms bust at the John Fernandes Wharf in Georgetown. Members of the Guyana Police Force and the Customs and Excise Department unearthed 14 guns, including semi-automatic weapons, pump-action rifles and revolvers in a container consigned to the businessman. Also, ranks recovered over 3000 rounds of ammunition in the container, which had been shipped from Miami, Florida by Nankumar Budhan, to Morgan. Local law enforcement agents had requested assistance from Interpol in relation with the investigation.
On December 21, Morgan and Budhan appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer charges in relation to the guns and ammunition find.

Buddy

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...-bust-accused-freed/

Businessman Omprakash `Buddy’ Shivraj, on whose property the alleged illegal fuel was found was charged with possession of illegal fuel and storage of illegal fuel. The trial of the ten accused and Shivraj were merged. 

The dismissal of the charges brought to an end the saga of what is said to be one of the largest fuel busts locally. On the night of September 27, 2005, the GEA said that acting on information received officials visited Buddy’s Farm at Coverden, East Bank Demerara around 10 pm on that day. When they arrived, the ten defendants were seen offloading fuel from a trawler named Ashley S into drums. A fuel tanker it is alleged was already filled.

Tests were carried out on the said fuel and it was found to be illegal. The men were subsequently arrested and charged. Over 43,000 litres of diesel valued at $6M was seized.

 

 

Fool was

Buddy

Morgan - which one of the Morgan’s 

Was arrested 

and yes Khan was arrested because they were tracking the criminals with a compute :

Your comments are “Fit and proper for you” 

 

 

Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

skeldon_man posted:
Mars posted:
skeldon_man posted:

I see your handlers armed you with propaganda articles from your PNC supported newspapers.

Yawn! Can't you dummies get a bit more creative for a change? 

We got creative. We caught you harassing coolies for the PNC. Your handlers have you on your toes.

I'm commenting on the article that was posted in this thread. How am I harassing anyone? Jeez, y'all like whiny little girly men if you think that I'm harassing you. What does it say about you and your other porter buddies harassing me every time I comment on a subject here? Stick to the topic Dummy.

Dave posted:
Mars posted: 
Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

If you want to get creative and attack me here, I can return the favor ten times over.

Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted: 
Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

If you want to get creative and attack me here, I can return the favor ten times over.

Go ahead . Be a man .

i am waiting. 

Yiu have no FK ideas who I am . 

Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted: 
Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

If you want to get creative and attack me here, I can return the favor ten times over.

Go ahead . Be a man .

i am waiting. 

Yiu have no FK ideas who I am . 

Haha. I was never arrested for fraud. That I know.

Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted: 
Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

If you want to get creative and attack me here, I can return the favor ten times over.

Go ahead . Be a man .

i am waiting. 

Yiu have no FK ideas who I am . 

Haha. I was never arrested for fraud. That I know.

Neither was me and I am proud to say so . 

Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted:
Dave posted:
Mars posted: 
Fraud Man. You claimed that you had no knowledge of them being arrested. Can't you read? Do you also try to hide your arrest record?  

 

Are you calling me a Fraudster .

If you want to get creative and attack me here, I can return the favor ten times over.

Go ahead . Be a man .

i am waiting. 

Yiu have no FK ideas who I am . 

Haha. I was never arrested for fraud. That I know.

Neither was me and I am proud to say so . 

Hahaha 

Mars posted:
Django posted:

Zed,

Some genuine questions was asked,some may have different answers.

Here is my take,the police force along with the Gov't have a mandate to protect the people.Unfortunately during the period when criminals were in control, Drug Lords was used to protect the people,is that justifiable ?

The Government of the day during that period failed the people.From what gathered i gathered help was offered and was not accepted.

The US wanted to send in the DEA and the British offered help from Scotland Yard. The PPP were receiving financing and other means of support from Roger Khan, Kalamadeen, Dataram, Peter Morgan, Razack, Bramha, and many other known drug lords and money washers. They refused help from those countries since it would have exposed their ties to the drug lords. They also turned a blind eye to the drug trade since it was pumping massive amounts of money into the economy. How many times were Khan, Morgan, Buddy's, Bramha and Dataram arrested by the police and then they would walk free in a few days? That was the vision Jagdeo had for his Narco Republic. He didn't give a shit if innocent people died. It was just collateral damage.

Labba seh that is not wrong. But ole labba wise. Ole labba live through Waddel and terror pon dem Indos. Something else was happenin. Old labba live through the political uprising. 

cain posted:

So Dave explain if the Forces were not cooperating with the govt why did BJ not accept the help offered from various countries to help curb crime? 

That was a perfect opportunity the PPP lost.

Things were happening on the ground. The leadership,of the GPF were just going thru the motion. Policemen got killed and little or nothing was done. Who was going to carry out the suggestions of the DEA and the British? I thought that Jagdeo did ask the British to help, but I might be wrong. This was a crazy time and I remember the fear I had and the fear of people with whom I interacted.

Yes, some of the blame must be borne by Jagdeo and the government. But there is enough blame to go around to others - the PNC, the people who organized the Phantom, the drug lords, the police force, the GDF.

I am not too certain about this, but I think that the phantom was under the control by one group. And the drug lords each had their own group. Some of the members of the groups moved around from one group to another so it seemed as if a contract basis was in place for some.

I thought that when the PNC got into power and after all the accusations, that a commission of inquiry would have been established immediately. It is quite some time since they assumed power and they have done nothing, just empty promises. I think that this is because they know that they are part and parcel of the violence and crime spree during this difficult period and did not want it to come up, that organized violence instigated by them started a long time prior to this period and continued after.

i view Granger’s statement as just political rhetorics, to hold his supporters in place and divert attention away from the ongoing crisis in the sugar industry.

I believe you have a point.  Furthermore the PNC hoped to internationalize the issue and pressure the PPP to give into their demands, power through the back door.   Farming it out to  foreign countries would have compromised the PPP in dealings with the terrorist dens in Buxton. It was not just criminal gangs, there was a political motive mixed in.  The PPP was slow to act until Sat Shaw was assassinated.  Then all hell broke loose!

Shaheed ‘Roger’ Khan: drugs, dirty money and the death squad.

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August 20,2009.

Shaheed ‘Roger’ Khan was probably the most complete criminal in this country’s history. His guilty plea for trafficking in cocaine, witness tampering and gun running last March has robbed the nation of the detailed exposure of his criminal networks and relationships and leaves lots of questions unanswered.

Special Agent Cassandra Jackson of the United States Drug Enforcement Adminis-tration said it all. In her affidavit to support the charges against Shaheed ‘Roger’ Khan, she told a Federal court in Brooklyn that “Khan was ultimately able to control the cocaine industry in Guyana, in large part, because he was backed by a paramilitary squad that would murder, threaten, and intimidate others at Khan’s directive. Khan’s enforcers committed violent acts and murders on Khan’s orders that were directly in furtherance of Khan’s drug trafficking conspiracy.”

Drugs

According to Jackson, the US Government’s case was to establish that Khan was the leader of a “violent drug trafficking organisation” and that he and his co-conspirators obtained large quantities of cocaine and then imported the cocaine into the Eastern District of New York and other places for further distribution.

It was while he was managing his drug-smuggling business in neighbouring Suriname that the law finally caught up with Khan. At home in Guyana, Khan seemed to enjoy a charmed existence of immunity from arrest and prosecution. His mistake, however, was to enter Suriname − a more law-abiding jurisdiction. There, his cocaine-constructed house of cards collapsed with his dramatic arrest in Paramaribo.

Suriname’s Minister of Justice Chandrikapersad Santokhi announced on 15th June 2006 that four Guyanese − Shaheed Khan, Sean Belfield, Lloyd Roberts and Paul Rodrigues − were among 12 persons arrested in a law-enforcement operation which netted 213 kg of cocaine. Two weeks later on 29th June, Khan was flown out of Johann Pengel International Airport, Paramaribo, on a Suriname Airways flight to Trinidad and Tobago. He was then handed over to immigration authorities upon arrival who then handed him over to US officials. Less than 24 hours after being expelled from Suriname, Khan was arraigned at the Brooklyn Federal Court in New York on 30th June on a charge of “conspiring to import cocaine” and was ordered to be detained at the Metropolitan Detention Centre in Brooklyn.

Khan’s arrest showed the stark contrast in the quality of governance between the two states. Suriname’s Chandrikapersad Santokhi deemed Shaheed Khan a threat to the national security of Guyana and Suriname and other countries and linked him to plots to assassinate government and judicial officials in that country. According to Santokhi, international agencies, including those in the USA, had been looking for him. On the other hand, Guyana’s Minister of Home Affairs at the time Gail Teixeira formally indicated to Suriname that the government had “no interest” in seeking Khan’s return at that time.

Chairman of the Central Intelligence Committee Dr Roger Luncheon added preposterously that the Guyana Government could find “no compelling evidence” for Khan to be investigated. The administration, in fact, seemed more concerned about the modalities of Khan’s arrest than the atrocities of his crimes. Luncheon verbalized the administration’s concerns by iterating “its principled objection to the forceful and unlawful removal of its citizen across jurisdictions.”

The beginning of the end of Khan’s criminal career as Guyana’s most notorious drug-smuggler might have been the publication of the US Department of State’s Inter-national Narcotics Control Strategy Report for 2005 which was released in March 2006. The report for the first time named Khan and stated in part:

“Drug traffickers appear to be gaining a significant foothold in Guyana’s timber industry. In 2005, The Guyana Forestry Commission granted a State Forest Exploratory Permit for a large tract of land in Guyana’s interior to Aurelius Inc., a company controlled by known drug trafficker Shaheed ‘Roger’ Khan. Such concessions in the remote interior may allow drug traffickers to establish autonomous outposts beyond the reach of Guyanese law enforcement.”

The publication of the Report not only froze the forestry transaction but also sent a signal to the security forces to go after Khan while the President and the Head of the Presidential Secretariat were out of the country at the same time. Enforcement operations against Khan’s associates and properties were aided by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Death squads

Khan was often accompanied by serving or former policemen, usually from the dreaded Target Special Squad. When he was arrested in Suriname, Paul Rodrigues, Lloyd Roberts and Sean Belfield were at his side. Indeed, Khan made no attempt to conceal his activities and his connections with the authorities. In a gratuitous display of hubris, he published a whole-page ‘Statement’ in the newspapers on 12th May 2006 boasting that “During the crime spree in 2002, I worked closely with the crime-fighting sections of the Guyana Police Force and provided them with assistance and information at my own expense. My participation was instrumental in curbing crime during this period.”

Indeed, he seemed deeply involved in some sort of savage, shadowy activity when, on Wednesday 4th December 2002, a Guyana Defence Force patrol in the area of Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, intercepted and searched a vehicle which contained an arsenal of weapons. The three-man hunting party discovered in the vicinity of the vehicle were Khan himself, Haroon Yahya and Sean Belfield, then a serving member of the Police Force. The cache included M-16 assault rifles with night vision devices; Uzi sub-machine gun with silencer; Glock 9mm pistols; 12-gauge shotgun; other small calibre weapons; bullet-proof vests; helmets; a computer and other electronic gadgetry with digitised electronic maps and plans of Georgetown and certain targetted East Coast villages.

As a vital part of the death squad’s operations, Khan was allowed to acquire intercept equipment which enabled him to listen to the conversations and determine the locations of his intended victims. Peter Myers, Co-director of the UK firm Smith Myers recently testified in court that the cellular intercept equipment used by Khan had been sold to the Guyana Government. Meyers identified the intercept equipment − including an intercept receiver and two laptops − and confirmed that it was sold by the company’s Florida sales office through the Fort Lauderdale-based Spy Shop to the Guyana Government. Testimony was led to the effect that Minister of Health Dr Leslie Ramsammy had purchased the equipment on behalf of the Guyana Government and that Carl Chapman, a representative of Smith Myers Communi-cations, had travelled to Guyana to train Khan in its use. Both the administration and Ramsammy strongly denied having any connection with the equipment.

Khan’s boast that he masterminded the suppression of the Troubles on the East Coast by using his own “resources” should not be regarded as an expression of altruism. What motive other than murder would one have with a wagonload of weapons in the dead of night? What drug-smuggler would not attempt to expand his market, extend his turf and eliminate his rivals? Khan might have posed as a self-proclaimed law enforcer but in fact waged his own drug-driven gang war. At this time, Ronald Gajraj was Minister of Home Affairs and Floyd McDonald was Commissioner of Police, both of whom had their USA visas suspended.

The period of ‘the Troubles’ on the East Coast is regarded as the most bloody phase in Guyana’s post-Independence history, during which dozens of men were shot to death or even disappeared. Of the numerous victims of violence, it became impossible to determine exactly who were the assailants and what were their motives. Who stood to gain from the execution of the deputy head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit Vibert Inniss, the kidnapping of entrepreneur Brahmanand Nandalall, the murder of businessman Harry Rambarran, the attempted murder of the Director of Public Prosecution Denis Hanoman-Singh and the ‘Diwali massacre’ in Bourda? Could these crimes have been perpetrated by one or several competing cartels to expand their territory or to eliminate their enemies? There are more questions than answers!

George Bacchus, a self-confessed member of the death quad first made public evidence of the squad’s crimes and the possible involvement of high government officials. A Presidential Commission of Inquiry was established to investigate whether Minister of Home Affairs Ronald Gajraj was “involved in promoting, directing or otherwise engaged in activities which have involved the extra-judicial killing of persons.” The inquiry found, however, that there was no credible evidence against him. Owing to the limited nature of the inquiry, uncounted assassinations, executions, murders and extra-judicial killings remained unsolved and largely uninvestigated. In the final analysis, civil society, the public and aggrieved relatives boycotted the Inquiry after the star witness George Bacchus was shot dead in his bed at home. No evidence was led to incriminate the minister.

Both Gajraj and Mc Donald had left their key security posts by February 2004. Gail Teixeira was acting as Minister of Home Affairs and Winston Felix had been appointed Commissioner of Police. Under Felix, the special squad which had been accused of numerous extra-judicial killings and racketeering and was suspected of collaborating with Khan, was dismantled and many of its members dismissed. Khan, however, was rich enough to retain relations with most of the squad’s most notorious members who were taken into his employ as bodyguards, informants and more.

Selwyn Vaughn, another self-confessed former member of the death squad, recently provided fresh testimony of Khan’s involvement in murder. Vaughn testified that Khan ordered the execution of Ronald Waddell, an anti-Government talk-show host, at his home in Subryanville. Immediately after the murder, Khan is said to have reported the incident to Dr Leslie Ramsammy, Minister of Health.  The US Government had also accused Khan of executing Donald Allison outside his home in Agricola and Dave Persaud outside the Palm Court Restaurant in Georgetown.

Khan felt threatened when the joint GDF-GPF operations targetted his businesses in 2006. He decided to strike back by releasing recordings to media houses of telephone conversations purportedly involving the Commissioner of Police Winston Felix. In a typical example of Guyana-style governance, the administration seized the opportunity not to prosecute Khan the felon who admitted distributing the recording, but to persecute Felix, its own commissioner. Khan was elated and claimed that, in releasing the recordings, he was acting to “expose, identify and curb corruption and incompetence” in the police force.

The confrontation continued with the Police Force publishing a ‘wanted bulletin’ for Khan. He disappeared from view but took to issuing statements through his lawyers and sponsoring advertisements in the press in which he contended ludicrously that he was perceived by persons in the USA, the Police Force, the Defence Force and the People’s National Congress party as someone who had the will and capacity to fight crime and to protect the people of Guyana against a coup d’état.

Dirty money.

Khan’s criminal enterprise was financed with dirty money earned from drug-smuggling. The US government charged that a significant amount of the cocaine dispatched by Khan went to the Eastern District of New York for further distribution. As an example, it cited a Guyanese drug trafficking organisation − the Queens Cartel − based in Queens, New York, which it said was supplied by Khan and was said to have distributed hundreds of kilogrammes of cocaine. Khan is believed to have laundered his drug-smuggling profits through banks in New York through the “Queen’s Cartel” to which he supplied cocaine.

Arnold and Sabrina Budhram, accused of being Khan’s co-conspirators, were arrested and charged with money laundering in April 2004 and their home and offices were searched by investigators who gathered a large amount of evidential material. According to court documents, a handwritten “money and drug ledger” found their home and bank records indicated that in 2001, a company associated with the Budhrams transferred money to a bank account in the name of Khan’s wife and child.

At home in Guyana, the extent of Roger Khan’s interests and properties became evident only when the Defence Force and the Police Force launched their joint `Operation Centipede’ in March 2006. By that time, the security situation had taken a turn for the worst.  Glenn Hanoman who is one of Khan’s lawyers, confirmed that his client entered the property business when he developed a housing scheme at Good Hope, East Coast Demerara, by building over 100 houses. Soon afterwards, Khan purchased a large expanse of land at Blankenburg, West Coast Demerara, where he built his second housing scheme, called the Hibiscus Scheme. Khan then embarked on the construction of a third scheme, at New Hope on the East Bank of Demerara. Khan then launched a fourth housing scheme at Farm, also on the East Bank.  Khan is also proprietor of a timber company on Kaow Island and had interests in several night clubs and other enterprises.


Downfall

Khan was a crook. At all material times over the past 15 years, Khan’s criminal record was public knowledge. His criminal career began with a conviction in January 1992 in Montgomery County, USA, for breaking and entering and theft. While he was on probation for that offence, he was arrested in Burlington, Vermont, for receiving and possessing firearms while being a convicted felon. He was subsequently indicted and was released on bail in November 1993 but fled the jurisdiction to Guyana in 1994 in order to avoid prosecution. Despite being a felon and a fugitive from the law, he was able to move about Guyana with impunity and acquire property.

When asked to explain how such a crook was able to purchase public land that was put up for sale by the Guyana Sugar Corporation, President Jagdeo answered “Unless you have a conviction against a person, then you can’t say you can’t tender for public land.” The fact is that everyone knew that Khan was already a convict when he bought the properties!

Shaheed ‘Roger’ Khan was one of the most complete criminals in Guyana’s history. He acquired vast properties, recruited serving police officers, ordered executions, imported and exported cocaine, laundered millions of dollars, possessed specialised intercept equipment and armed himself with a wide assortment of handguns and ammunition. All of this was possible only because of his special relationship with the Guyana Government. He enjoyed immunity from an indulgent administration and compliant law enforcement agencies. Even now, the administration has made no attempt to conduct official inquiries nor has the police force attempted to bring Khan and his well-known accomplices to justice.

His successful application to United States District Court Judge Dora L Irizarry to plead guilty to trafficking in 150 kilogrammes of cocaine, witness tampering and gun-running, is an anti-climax to a callous criminal career. He will go to jail for a few years but will leave many questions unanswered.


 

Here is a memory refresher.

Do we know if Granger is interested in the killings of everyone during that terrible time or if he is only interested in the killings of the criminals by the Phantom Squad and other vigilante groups seeking to protect their lives and properties from those aforementioned criminals?

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