May 06, 2015 News
The murder trial of Shakir Mohamed is expected to conclude today. Mohamed is accused of murdering the wife of prominent Medical Practitioner, Dr. Ramsundar Doobay.
Mohamed, 32, of Lot 127 Latchmi Street, Better Hope, East Coast Demerara, (ECD) is alleged to be one of the key players in the murder of Shewraney Doobay.
His trial is ongoing before Justice Brassington Reynolds and a mixed 12- member jury at the High Court in Georgetown. State Counsels Mercedes Thompson and Orinthia Schmidt are presenting the case while Attorneys –at- law Jainarine Singh and Moti Singh are representing the accused. Following the submission of closing arguments from attorneys from both sides, last Monday, Justice Reynolds indicated that he will sum up the trial and send it to the jury for deliberations on the next occasion. The matter is expected to continue today.
Mrs. Doobay’s battered body was discovered lying in a pool of blood in the kitchen of her Echilibar Villas, Campbellville residence on May 24, 2011. The murder reportedly stemmed from a dispute over a piece of property.
Subsequent to police investigations, Mohamed and Mark Singh, (the dead woman’s nephew), were arraigned for the murder. Singh, of Prince William Street, Plaisance, is said to be the mastermind of the act. He is now deceased.
He reportedly fell ill while being an inmate of the Camp Street Prisons and was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, (GPHC). He is said to have subsequently succumbed to acute asthma.
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