Oct 13, 2021 Letters
Guyana Times edition of Monday, October 11, 2021 screamed, “Brickdam fire must be treated as possible domestic terrorism – VP Jagdeo says int’l assistance will be pursued to bolster local investigation.” The Guyana Times also carried a photograph of the fire in progress. The photograph is very instructive. I observed that the lockup where it is alleged that a prisoner started the fire is pristine. No smoke or fire was seen coming from the lockup. The vents of the lockup are clearly visible.
Sometime ago I read about the fire triangle. Here is it. Without sufficient heat a fire cannot continue. Without fuel a fire will stop. Without sufficient oxygen a fire will not begin, and it cannot continue. Oxygen, fuel and heat must come into play for a fire to start and continue. Wow, not a small length of wire, a piece of sponge and a lighter.
What is there for int’l assistance to pursue to bolster local investigation? Perhaps, the forensic evidence was removed and safely stored elsewhere awaiting the arrival and analysis of the overseas experts. But what about the nexus?
May God help the Guyana Police Force.
Assistant Commissioner of Police (Retired)
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