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BREAKING NEWS: Men confess to Corentyne murder, overseas-based Guyanese implicated

BY TRACEY KHAN-DRAKES

Dead Faiyaz Narinedatt

Two Upper Corentyne Berbice men on Thursday morning (November 17) admitted to their involvement in the murder of 27-year-old Faiyaz Narinedatt of No. 70 Village and implicated an overseas based Guyanese businessman as the mastermind.

This was confirmed by Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum. He explained that Narinedatt, a father of two was beaten unconscious by the men, then placed in the trunk of a car and taken to the public road where he was run over by a car to stage the crime as a road accident and not a homicide.

Narinedatt met his demise after rejecting the alleged mastermind’s sexual advances. The businessman attempted to fondle Narinedatt who was intoxicated but rejected him.

The seemingly embarrassed and angry businessman allegedly instructed two villagers to “beat him and kill him and he is going to ensure that everything is okay.”

It was Narinedatt’s family’s insistence that caused the hierarchy of the force to remove police ranks from Upper Corentyne from the case. City investigators took over and acted swiftly and are in the process of solving the crime.

Relatives are convinced that Narinedatt’s murder was staged by the wealthy businessman and that some ranks in Berbice were hampering the investigations because of their ties to him. Crime Chief Blanhum said that that is also being investigated.

Reports stated that several eyewitnesses came forward to the family relating their account of what really took place that night.

The husband and father of two died of multiple injuries, including a fractured skull and a broken spine, the post mortem examinations revealed.

The businessman is back in the United Sates of America and could be returned to Guyana to face justice.

Investigations are ongoing.

 

Comments (12)

  • Michael Tannassee

    BRING……. this sick BASTARD back without…………. DELAY !!

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  • Ramesh Persaud

    I am so happy to hear about this break through. now that the parents of this young man insisted and got an investigation done. maybe the parents of the Guysuco Supervisor who was killed on the motorbike will insist that an investigation is done. the police man who ran him off the road should face the courts???

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    • Ramesh Persaud

      A motorcyclist from Corriverton, Region 6 (East Berbice-Corentyne) died after he slammed into a utility pole on Saturday.

      The man has been identified as Hemraj Sudama, 22, of Linepath, Corriverton.

      Reports are that Sudama was riding motorcycle CF 5587 along Jumai Street, Number 78 Village, Corentyne, when the accident occurred.

      Dead: Hemraj Sudama
      Dead: Hemraj Sudama
      INews was informed that the young man rode into a pothole and lost control before slamming into a Guyana Power and Light power pole. At the time of the accident, Sudama was not wearing a helmet, and as a result sustained injuries to the head.

      The Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) employee was taken to the Skeldon Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

      Officer-in-charge of traffic in B Division (Berbice), Bhudnarine Persaud, said reports indicate that Sudama had been consuming alcohol prior to the accident.

      Sudama’s death pushed the road facility figure for Berbice to 13 for the year, compared with 14 for the corresponding period last year.

      Persaud explained that Jumai Street is not one of the major roads in Corriverton. “They are leaving the major roads and now going into the back streets killing themselves. We can’t send officers there to Police the roads. No one is expected to be speeding in those small streets. But even with that, I am of the view that if he was wearing a helmet he might just have had some injuries but would have been alive,” Persaud said.

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  • Anonymous

    Sick bastard..

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  • Anonymous

    What a shame

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  • Ramesh Persaud

    and what about the policemen who were present when it happened????? will action be taken against them

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  • Anonymous

    He is the same guy who was going to donate millions to guyana and now he Instigate murder. They should hang him as an example to the rest of these bastards.

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  • Amanda B

    The businessesman? Um no he’s a dirty money stealing sextified Marcus Bisram

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  • Anonymous

    The businesss man should be locked up. and the people that took the bribe such as polices should face consequences.

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  • john papey

    The police and community police should be all charged for obstructing justice. What is widely rumour this guy from the US gives the police and community police drinks, money, and even repair the Skeldon police station and believe he can murder and get away with it. He frequently invited them to his house. Police can be seen at his house frequently. JUSTICE MUST BE SERVED.

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  • Julie

    Take him back to Guyana.

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  • Shelly

    The business man only know fuh buy ppl he fb page Marcus Brian Bisramfull full of pics of ppl he buy wit he money and they blind and greedy. They will defend him and say hes a good man. Shame how indo-Caribbean americans like to show off style in relgious settings. The men pose off in he pics should watch out you no better than business man cause you support a killer

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