Family pleads Police sloth in Shaquille Grant case
Almost two years since the police murder of Agricola teenager Shaquille Grant the two policemen who mysteriously disappeared Corporal Warren Blue and Special Constable Jamal Lewis are still to be caught.
A third police constable Terrence Wallace was committed to stand trial in the High Court for the murder of Grant who was shot in Agricola.
Grant’s mother Shonnette said she believes that there is no serious attempt on the part of the police to ensure that Blue and Lewis are brought to justice.
The woman said she was reliably informed that the men were seen in the interior and neighbouring Suriname.
The police have issued wanted bulletins and put out red notices on Interpol should the men be seen on foreign soil.
It was in September 11, 2012 while Grant and a group of friends were sitting under a shed in Caesar Street Agricola, that police swooped down on them claiming that the men were planning a robbery. It is reported that the police placed the men on the ground and discharged several shots. Grant was shot in the face while his friend Romel Bollers was also injured.