Ordinary folks, will continue to face unbridled criminality, as a result, of the PPP’s communist elite unwillingness and failure to reform and professionalism the Police Force, with parliamentary oversight.
Unfortunately, the ruling elite scuttled the British funded Security Sector Reform Program, clearly, at the expense and continued suffering and trauma of ordinary citizens.
Citizens, needs to demand change!
Carjacker shot, accomplice held
The luck of a 22 year alleged carjacker ran out yesterday afternoon after he was shot twice in the knee by a police patrol in Princes Street.
Kaieteur News understands that
Cheddi Bacchus, of Lot 28 Norton Street was shot shortly
after he had relieved taxi driver Alden McCurdy of about
$20,000 and his motor vehicle HB 2929 on Durban Street.
He was transported to the hospital by the police. The
vehicle was discovered abandoned on Princes Street.
Alden McCurdy, the taxi driver
who was outside of the vehicle said that he had stopped
to chat with his cousin on D’urban Street, when
Bacchus approached him with a gun and relieved him of
his keys, $20,000 and cell phone.
She said that her son worked as a part-time mason around the community. McKenzie also alleged that her son, who happens to be her only child, was constantly being harassed by the police.
Police searching the burial ground for the fire arm.
The woman said that her son was
arrested several times before but was never charged for
Monday, April 05, 2010