amidst all the chatter the Guyana Police never submitted Deonarine name to Interpol. and when i say never, i mean NEVER. even when they kept saying they had. it was a big lie
interpol was even in country working with the Guyana Police and other govt jokers on human trafficking.
Ash Deonarine was never wanted by the Guyana Police or anyone else in Guyana or he would’ve been arrested and returned here by now
don’t let these jokers feed you with bullshit
The Guyana Police Force is seeking assistance from the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) to locate former Guyana Power and Light (GPL) Deputy Chief Executive Officer Aeshwar Deonarine who is wanted in relation to an alleged theft committed at the organisation.
This was confirmed by Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum.
it’s not the first time the crime chief has lied to the country and it certainly wont be the last.
last year december the crime chief and his acolytes in the guyana police farce said they solved courtney crum-ewing assassination. yet anil nandlall and his ppp boys still on the road causing havoc
there’s good reason the crime chief got visibly upset when i asked the attorney general if agents of the guyana govt like police officers can be charged with terrorism at the ‘consultation’ charade.
and i wasn’t being rheotorical
so ash rides free with his 27 million
thanks for playing
change is always good
for those who can afford it
Multi-million-dollar fraud at GPL…Charges against Ash Deonarine withdrawn
APRIL 29, 2016 | BY KNEWS |
… court to proceed with trial of Duncan
Two conspiracy charges against former Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) of the Guyana Power Light (GPL) Aeshwar Deonarine were withdrawn yesterday, after an application by Police Prosecutor Neville Jeffers was granted by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.
Deonarine and former Director of the power company were jointly charged back in January for conspiring with each other to commit a felony (simple larceny).
However, Duncan, 73, of Festival City, North Ruimveldt, Georgetown, has been the only one present for the court hearings.
Deonarine fled Guyana last year causing a warrant to be issued for his arrest. At a previous hearing the court was informed that Deonarine had run away to Canada.
Yesterday, the charges were re-read to Duncan and he pleaded not guilty.