Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Jamaica media reports...

Jamaica Radio reports: Law enforcement officers in Guyana were on Tuesday on heightened alert after the country recorded three murders over a two-day period, breaking an apparent lull in violent killings.

Acting Police Commissioner Henry Greene issued a warning to criminals telling them that the Guyana Police Force would be relentless in the crime fight and would continue to hunt them down.On the weekend, Vikesh Budhram, 25, a carpenter, was executed in his bed by two heavily armed men in a rural community about 15 miles east of the capital.

That same evening, another man was stabbed to death at Better Hope, not far from where Mr. Budhram was killed.

The latest victim, a 31-year-old United States-based Guyanese businessman, was shot and killed execution style on Monday evening in Georgetown.

Only last Friday, President Bharrat Jagdeo called on the security forces not to become complacent.He stressed that despite the death of the country's most wanted man, Rondell "Fineman" Rawlins, their job was not yet complete.Rawlins was cut down by law enforcement officers on August 28.

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