The mother of US-based businessman and fugitive, Marcus Bisram, yesterday appeared at the Springlands Magistrate Court to answer to a charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Sharmilla Inderjali, of Number 72 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, stood before Magistrate Rabindranauth Singh to answer to the charge read to her. She was represented by Attorney-at-law Sanjiv Datadin.
The charge read that Inderjali, between Thursday 1st June, 2017 and Friday 30th June 2017 at Number 70 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, willfully attempted to pervert the course of justice.
She is accused of requesting Zubir Ally to give false evidence before Magistrate Rabindranauth Singh in the preliminary inquiry of the murder committed on Faiyaz Narinedatt at the Springlands Magistrate Court.
She pleaded not guilty to the charge and was placed on $50,000 bail. The matter was referred to the Chief Magistrate in Georgetown for reassignment since Magistrate Singh’s name was mentioned in the charge and at any given time he may be called as a witness in the matter.
In that regard, he would not be eligible to preside over the matter. The case was adjourned to 5th July.
Inderjali was arrested in October 2017 for attempting to pervert the course of justice in connection with the murder PI for Faiyaz Narinedatt. She reportedly attempted to persuade witnesses to recant their stories. She was questioned and released on $100,000 bail.
Bisram’s mother was also previously charged for attempting to suppress evidence by offering a $4M bribe to one of the detectives attached to the Major Crimes Unit, at Eve Leary, police headquarters.
It was reported that she turned up at the Criminal Investigations Department (CID). She and Maryanne Lionel, 25, a bank teller attached to Republic Bank, also of Number 71 Village, Corentyne, Berbice, were arrested during a sting operation.
They appeared before the Chief Magistrate and were charged for willfully attempting to pervert the course of justice.
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