THE ROGER KHAN CASE: THE US NOW SAYS IT HAS TWO LAPTOPS
The Guyanese authorities say that the have it, the US government says it does, the mystery over the infamous Roger Khan laptop persists.
In Court documents filed last night June 11 2009 the US made it very clear that the Smith Myers Company in the UK and the US sold to the Roger Khan enterprise in Guyana a CSM 7806 surveillance device.
The prosecution is contending that there were two laptop computers on which the Smith Myers device was installed and used to intercept telephone conversations. The two laptops were seized from the Manhattan law offices of Khan’s former attorney Robert Simels.
The US went on to say that it will bring the Vice President of the Smith Myers Company to testify regarding his company’s 7800 series software and equipment.
The US government in its court documents anticipates that the company vice president would testify that the design of the software and equipment renders it primarily useful for the surreptitious interception of wire communication.
Here is Guyana, the authorities both in the executive and law enforcement have claimed that the infamous Roger Khan laptop is in their possession. The president even hinted that there may have been two laptops. Now with the US saying that they have TWO, it would appear that Roger Khan had three laptops now. The Guyanese are still to produce and prove that they have the infamous laptop.