Category Archives: crime and Investigations

USA: Racial control: from the shackles of slavery to prison and ankle monitors – Mohamed Hamaludin


California passed a bill on Oct. 12 banning private prisons as of 2028, spotlighting, once again, America’s obsession with locking up human beings. The situation is worse than many may think.

Around 2.2 million people are in prison and another 4.3 million on parole or probation, for a total of 6.5 million. The United States has five percent of the world’s population but 21 percent of its prisoners. The overall cost could be as high as $182 billion, German Lopez wrote on Vox.          Continue reading

Four charged with murdering Deon Stoll + four charged for aiding accused

– doctor among four remanded for allegedly aiding accused

Shane Morgan
Shane Morgan

Shane Morgan, called ‘Demon,’ and three other men were remanded to prison this afternoon after being charged with the murder of gold miner Deon Stoll, who was shot and killed two weeks ago after armed bandits attempted to rob him outside El Dorado Trading in Newtown, Kitty.

Four others, including the doctor who police say treated Morgan for a gunshot wound he alleged suffered in the robbery, were also remanded to prison after being charged with aiding him, despite knowing that he was wanted by the police in relation to the murder of Stoll.      Continue reading

Gold miner and bandits shootout… Slain miner Deon ‘Mow’ Stoll buried

— suspect with bullet wound captured at E.C.D. roadblock

Deon Stoll

USA Politics: The Crisis of the Republican Party – New York Times Editorial


In the summer of 1950, outraged by Joseph McCarthy’s anti-Communist inquisition, Margaret Chase Smith, a Republican senator from Maine, stood to warn her party that its own behavior was threatening the integrity of the American republic.

“I don’t want to see the Republican Party ride to political victory on the four horsemen of calumny — fear, ignorance, bigotry and smear,” she said. “I doubt if the Republican Party could — simply because I don’t believe the American people will uphold any political party that puts political exploitation above national interest. Surely, we Republicans aren’t that desperate for victory.”            Continue reading

Time to decide: Are American Police guilty of contemporary genocide? – By Yvonne Sam

– By Yvonne Sam

To the United Nations we must go and the human rights violations show.

On December 9, 1948 the Genocide Convention, Article 2 adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations defined genocide thus:  “any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group.

The term consists of the Greek prefix genos, meaning race or tribe, and the latin suffix cide meaning killing. The author of the term Polish lawyer Raphael Lemkin developed the term partly in response to the Nazi policies of systematic murder of Jewish people during the Holocaust, but also in response to previous instances in history of targeted actions aimed at the destruction of particular groups of people.  Continue reading

Crime: ‘Prime suspect’ in deadly miner’s attack surrenders

– doctor allegedly treats wounded bandit at Prospect home

In custody  Dr. Alonzo De Santos

Surrendered: Wayne St. Hill

He reportedly did so Thursday evening with his lawyer.

He has been identified as a Kitty man, Wayne St. Hill. He is reportedly linked to a Dowding Street, Kitty, tint-shop.

Police were interested in him as well as a close relative.        Continue reading

U.S: Pollution has been killing historically powerless Americans for decades – By Mohamed Hamaludin


The existential threat which global warming poses to the human race seems finally to be gaining the attention it deserves but not so another aspect of the environmental crisis: powerless Americans dying from lethal pollution of the water, air and land. Governmental authorities are directly to blame.

Lead pollution of the drinking water of residents of Flint, Michigan, started in 2014 when state-appointed officials switched the water supply to the Flint River and exposed between 6,000 and 12,000 children to serious health problems. At least 2,500 water lines remain polluted five years later.        Continue reading

The Montreal Police and Racial Profiling – By Yvonne Sam

Is the Montreal Police (SPVM) ready to work towards removing the Schism from Racism?

      By Yvonne Sam

   Reports shows ‘systemic biases’ when it comes to race within Montreal police

There is a familiar French expression, plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose which when translated says– the more things change the more they remain the same. Following the recent announcement of a class action suit, along with new allegations of racial profiling, the Montreal Police disclosed a new strategy aimed at eliminating racial and social profiling.

According to Alex Norris, Chairperson of the Public Security Committee, the plan is the most ambitious and comprehensive far-reaching plan that the SPVM has ever adopted to combat and prevent racial and social profiling.    Continue reading

ICE says New York defied deportation of Guyanese child abuser

ICE says New York defied deportation of Grachowe Harrichand and he re-offended

Reproduced from the Washington Times

New York authorities released a convicted child abuser into the community, defying an ICE request that he be held for deportation, and he went on to be arrested for yet another case of abuse, federal officials said Tuesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers tracked Grachowe Harrichand down last week and plan to deport him to Guyana, his home country.        Continue reading

No kickback, no contract… Accusation of: How GuyOil terminated contracts

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