Once again I must congratulate KNews on being bold and fearless enough to highlight very pertinent questions surrounding the hands off afforded the now jailed Cash Jet Pilot Khamraj Lall in a US prison for the next 13 years.
I have resided in the US long enough to know that for him to only receive 13 years in jail points to one important aspect of his sentence, cooperation. Lall had to have provided some very important information to the US Justice system. That means his local co- criminals, those get rich so quick one would think they must be related to God, must, or should be wondering not only about their freedom but their ill gotten assets in American banks. Lall was said to have had some 1275 deposits here in different banks totalling 7.5 million US dollars. His friends in Guyana must be shaking in their boots. Uncle Sam is watching and or coming. Ask that Jamaica drug King Pin just arrested and jailed by the DEA. Lall was connected up to his eye balls in Guyana, this criminal flew a former Guyana President and was allowed to have his own private hanger taking out and bringing in heavens knows what. He could go and come with no official scrutiny. But moon a run till day ketch he, he got ketch. Why would I state he must have cooperated with the Justice authorities?
Raful Edmonds in Washington DC during the 80s was the undoubted Drug Lord of DC. He was caught and handed a life without parole sentence. Just over the past weeks it was reported that a judge is considering offering him an early release. Why? He has cooperated with them giving up the names of his local connection and dangerously, those of his Columbian boys. This is an individual who got life without the possibility of parole. Lall sang like a canary, street corner thugs pull more time for less drugs, than this criminal who flooded America with poison. Not only was he jailed, but his various properties in Florida, New York and New Jersey were seized along with his money, easy come easy go. This leads me to ask, What is the Guyana Government doing about his criminally acquired assets? The K Lee gas station and his various properties, all should be confiscated by the authorities. Now if anyone should think he was not connected in Guyana, I have a bridge to sell located in California, accepting best offers. Our country needs leaders that would not look the other way or cuddle criminals such as Lall, heavens knows how many more are still uncovered, hopefully their names and involvement were a part of his song.
I am in no way suggesting that the current Administration is the best option for Guyana, what I am saying however is they are far more acceptable than what we were saddled with, an administration that allowed a criminal thug like Khamraj Lall to ply his trade with impunity. Thirteen years will fly by in the blink of an eye he should not be allowed to have his relatives hold on to his assets for future use. The lives lost and or ruined by this flying thug should be placed at his feet and he should not be allowed to go back to Guyana and live like a King. It is my hope the authorities would before March 2020 ferret out every penny and seize same.
Claudeston G. Massiah
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