It has been several months since local law enforcement officials have completed and handed over all the necessary documentation that is required to have murder suspect, Marcus Brian Bisram extradited. They are now waiting on their counterparts in the United States in relation to Bisram’s deportation, so that he can face charges for the murder of Faiyaz Narinedatt which occurred on November 01, last, at Number 70 Village, Corentyne, Berbice.
“The police over there (US) had asked for some things so we arranged everything (documents) and handed it over to the US embassy in Guyana so that they could pass it over to the cops there,” a rank who is part of the murder investigation said.
His response came after the victim’s family had expressed concern over Bisram’s current status. They indicated that the suspect has been “touring and enjoying his life” while they continue to grieve for their loved one, who has left two little children behind.
“If you check his Facebook account, he is going about with his life as if nothing happened. He parties and tours and the police are not arresting him and we are suffering here,” one of Narinedatt’s relatives had indicated to this newspaper yesterday.
The rank said that while local authorities want to get their hands on Bisram, there is a process which they must follow since the murder suspect is in another jurisdiction.
“We have done our part and we are waiting on him to be arrested just like his family,” the rank indicated during an interview with this newspaper.
The source reminded that a wanted bulletin has been issued for Bisram in Guyana and he is also on Interpol’s wanted list.
Only two Saturdays ago, the suspect’s Non-Governmental Organization, Marcus Brian Bisram Foundation appeared in a West Indian newspaper (in the US) where it pledged to render assistance to struggling sugar workers in Guyana.
In the article, Bisram, who had worked in the US as a nurse for four years, was praised for his humanitarian work. The majority of persons who would have collaborated with Bisram in Guyana are religious leaders and businessmen.
“I don’t understand how these people can know this man is wanted and still join forces with him,” the rank said.
On November 01, last, the battered body of 26-year-old carpenter Faiyaz Narinedatt was found on the Number 70 Village, Corentyne foreshore. His death had been staged to look like a hit-and-run accident and two cops in Berbice were fingered in the cover-up.
It was after ranks from the Guyana Police Force’s Major Crimes Unit took over the investigation that Harripaul Parsram, 49, Orlando Dickie, 39, Radesh Motie, 39, Diadath Datt, 18 and Niran Yacoob, 37, were charged for the murder.
Additionally, three individuals, including Bisram’s mother, were charged for allegedly offering a detective $4M to suppress evidence against Bisram.
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