Guyana Officials Fingered In Plot To Purge Criminals

Shaheed Roger Khan

Private hit squad founder Shaheed Roger Khan is to be investigated at home for nearly 200 murders he allegedly committed during a five-year killing spree at the height of his operations in Guyana.

We find it interesting that that the online newspaper Caribbean360.com would be carrying a story of a Guyanese named Shaheed Roger Khan, who is reported to have been part of a hit squad contracted by the government of Guyana in 2002. According to the 360 story, the Guyana government became helpless in the face of a series of violent crimes which resulted in 27 law enforcement officers being assassinated over a two year span.

Here is a chilling excerpt from Caribbean360.com:

With police and the military demoralised by the killings and the sheer fearlessness of gang members, even the government had publicly conceded it was at a loss to deal with the situation. In stepped Khan, who jumped bail in the U.S. state of Vermont on felony gun charges, allegedly offering and winning acceptance of his assistance to authorities by forming small groups of ex-police and soldiers in a private death squad. The squad would then hunt down and kill gang members using high-tech mobile telephone tracking devices to triangulate the position of gang members and take them out. Police and the state turned a blind eye.

Read the full article. (our thanks to Adrian H for highlighting the article)

Why have we highlighted this story you are asking? The evidence so far points to complicity between Roger Khan’s gang and high ranking authorities in Guyana. These criminals went on to engage in heinous criminal acts. We will watch to see how this all plays out.

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  • I want to congratulate the writer of yesterday’s Nation editorial – for taking the first and bold step of that paper in recognising the pressure immigrant population places on a country education,health and other benefits – albeit they were concentrating on the women who make up that group.

    They also dealt with these marriages of convenience by these woman – translate that to mean guyanese in particular indo guyanese women – and the friction those relationships cause.

    Perhaps David,BU could do a piece on these marriages of convenience here in Barbados by the guyanese and even others and the consequences or fallout of that.

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  • I think that is a very good idea. I know persons who marry persons to get money.

    For instance, my friend (a male) told me only last week that one of his Guyanese friends wanted him to marry his sister so she could stay.

    This is ridiculous. BU should seriously think on writing an article on Marraiges of convenience.

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  • There’s a big up guyanese business man in B’dos who is here because his woman came here illegal and married a bajan man. Stayed here for a year, then went back to guyana invited her bajan husband down and made him sign divorce papers. She then married her guyanese man and brought him to B’dos and they set up business here. Reports are that the bajan man still gets a commission out of the deal. No name no summons.

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  • Scout

    What you wrote on is a clear example of how indians think.

    They will allow their daughter to marry a black man even though they hate blacks with a passion, if it means all the other members of the family from the great uncle back down can benefit from that arrangement.

    Everything has a price and they have no principles where making money or getting a deal done is concerned.

    Money is the god they serve.

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  • I read all the nonsense you Bajans spouting on this site.You Bajans sitting in your little houses in Bankhall,driving up and down your twobit island ,feeling happy.Yet you do not even realise that you are still the whiteman’s slave.You do not control your country -it is the white own Bajans,Syrians and Indians who you detest that fully contol your lives and the government -all from behind the curtain.yet you believe that you are your masters.
    You have taken on the whiteman’s religion and believe to God that it is yours.You put on your suits and walk around on Sundays displaying the Bible as if it was your own.It is the white mans book that was used for centuries to keep you in check,to let you feel no self worth,embarassed to be a blackman hence the destruction of you as an African.
    The Whites,Syrians and Indians have their own religious book from many hundreds of years.What did you bring from Africa – the Bible?
    You are of African decent,be African,only then can you say that you are not wearing the mask of the whiteman.
    Shame on Bajans who have swallowed the whitemans bait -hook,line and sinker-now you are a ghost of what you should be ,blacksin -white mask.
    Sorry for you bajans-your cork is ducked.
    Tom

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  • HEY I DO AGREE WITH TOM .I WENT TO BARBADOS ONCE FOR A DAY GUYANESE ARE HARD WORKING WE LOVE EACH OTHER BLACK OR WHITE POLITICS ALWAYS PLAY A GREAT ROLE IN EVERY COUNTRY SO WHAT DE HELL ,EVERY COUNTRY DO HAVE A LIL IGNORANCE .

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  • @Negorman:
    Your comments are inflammatory and representative of a moral degenerate. It defines you as a racist jackass and and thereis hardly a cure for such deep rooted nasty prejudice, except a good whipping on a daily basis.
    Indo and Afro Guyanese get along very well and they work side by side to build and develop the country. Criminal activities by either ethnic group is not by any means race motivated as per your unqualified and intellectually starved comments.
    If you dont have anything of moral substance to share regarding my Guyanese bretheren, I urge you to shut your mouth.

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  • Dudley Jones tell that to someone who never travelled to Guyana.

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  • I did and they were thrilled.

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