One year later, biker Kirk Davis’ killer walks free
On March 20 this year, pictures of Water Street businessman Randy Jagdeo riding off from the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court parked outraged. He was set free after his lawyers convinced the court that the Police’s prosecution team had failed to build a credible case to commit Jagdeo to stand trial.
The Director of Public Prosecutions Shalimar Ali-Hack had indicated she could ask the Chief Magistrate to r-open the case, but that has not yet happened.
The 28-year-old was accused of killing popular his Davis on September 3, last year.
Jagdeo had surrendered to the Police after two months on the run.
A post mortem showed that the biker Davis was shot 16 times over an alleged affair. Persons in the area said that on the day in question, a car pulled up at the biker’s house and after the biker entered the car to talk with the occupants that the gunshots rang out. The biker was then thrown out of the vehicle after which the killer fled in the car.
Davis was picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital, where he later died