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Surveillance video and Biker Murder cases upset President Ramotar

orange walkThis video, that has drawn thousands of views, has riled the president too. President Ramotar used the Annual Police Officers’ conference to tell the police that he was disappointed with their investigations, the low prosecution rate and the many unsolved crimes.

Now the police obtained the edited and unedited videos, but both the videos and the police failed to show up in court. The accused Carlyle Barton walked free.

Then there was the businessman Randy Jagdeo’s case, which was dismissed because of the absence of key witnesses.  That one was upsetting to the president too.

You would recall that Jagdeo was accused of murdering biker Kurt Davis.

Now in the Barton matter the DPP said that the case was reopened, quizzed why the suspect was not back in custody she had this to say.

During his address the president told police officers that it was unacceptable for persons to escape justice because of poor work by the police.

 

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