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SEAN HINDS – by Ralph Ramkarran – Commentary

SEAN HINDS – Posted on July 25, 2015  – by Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Ralph Ramkarran

Sean Hinds comes out of the dark and dangerous recesses of our recent history. In the relating of events of that era, he cleverly ensures that the confessions that he makes stop short of implicating him in any criminal activity, save that his admission that he was contracted to kill Ronald Waddell may point to involvement in a conspiracy to commit a crime. That admission is a matter for the Police.

Sean Hinds emerged against a background of seething political convulsions, which started immediately after the 1992 general elections, subsided, resumed after the 1997 general elections, subsided, then resumed again after the 2001 general elections. Continue reading

Guyana – Uncovering myriad irregularities

Guyana – Uncovering myriad irregularities

July 25, 2015 | By KNews | Filed Under Editorial

Some revelations came to the fore this past week and it would seem that there are so many more waiting to be made. One revelation came from the criminal world. While the others all came out of the government service and suggest criminal activity, one must wonder whether there are not many others. Some of these were hidden because the previous government was either complicit or simply careless with the way people in its employ played with the public funds.

The most explosive would have been the revelations by self-confessed death squad member, Sean Hinds. Ever since the crime wave, people all over the city claimed to have seen Sean Hinds with others believed to be criminal elements. Their task was to kill people who simply strayed from the straight and narrow.   Continue reading

US embassy warns its citizens ahead of elections

US embassy warns its citizens ahead of elections

NOVEMBER 26, 2011 | BY  | FILED UNDER NEWS

With the upcoming elections scheduled for Monday the U.S. Embassy is cautioning all U.S. citizens in Guyana to stay alert. It is common for the US embassy to send alerts to its citizens during elections, wars and civil unrest.
According the US Embassy previous elections have led to incidents of increased criminal activity and violence in Guyana.

The embassy added that in the days before, during, and after the election, “you should monitor local media, avoid congested areas or areas where demonstrations are taking place or have been scheduled, and always travel with a charged cell phone.”   Read more

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