oh really?!! well this is certainly breaking news to me and all involved. i’ll leave this at that for now
Notable among his successes was the solving of the very highly publicised investigation of the Courtney Crum-Ewing murder and the events surrounded it.
Crum-Ewing was gunned down in Diamond a few weeks before the May 11 elections this year, and while it may have taken the police some time to crack the case, they were finally able to lay their hands on the man who was identified as the triggerman.
There were several other persons who were questioned and made to submit statements in relation to that investigation after being invited by the police to do so, one of whom was former Press Liaison to the then Office of the President, Kwame McCoy.
Crum-Ewing was widely regarded as a fierce critic of the then administration, and had on occasion staged a one-man picket outside the Kingston Office of the then Minister of Legal Affairs and Attorney-General Anil Nandlall.
A former national basketball player and Queens College alum, Crum-Ewing began staging the picketing exercises after a taped recording of a conversation between Nandlall and a Kaieteur News staff surfaced in which the former was heard telling the latter that grave harm would come to the newspaper and its innocent staff.