“Ya’ll working like a pack of jokers here”, were the words uttered by Magistrate Rabindranauth Singh during the Nakool ‘Fyah’ Manohar and Premnauth ‘Sanbad’ case at the Springlands Magistrate court yesterday.
In an immediate response, Commissioner of Police David Ramnarine said that “(the magistrate’s) unfortunate and reckless utterances intended to malign these hardworking Police Officers and our Legal Advisors are as a result of his youthfulness, inexperience and being unschooled”.
The Commissioner went on to affirm that the Guyana Police Force Criminal Investigation Department conducted their investigations above the call of duty and with “due diligence” resulting in charges.
He said, “It seems quite clear that the Magistrate probably has an axe to grind against the team of investigators and maybe other police officers .This can be reasonably deduced from the fact that he was subsequently removed from presiding over a very high profile matter of murder in which the very investigators were involved”.
Meanwhile according to a police source the police are in receipt of information that “there was corruption afoot when ‘Fyah’ turned up with the robbery charge deh alone”.
The source revealed that there were plans to have Manohar placed on bail but the architects were unaware that an additional charge of murder would be instituted.
Singh was previously removed from the Faiyaz Narinedat trial following allegations about his conduct in court during the trial.
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