Accused in Windsor Forest murder told cops that victim’s wife paid for killing

The trial of the four accused in the murder of US-based Guyanese Motilall Singh continued yesterday in the High Court with the admission of the caution statement of Bibi Farida Khan called ‘Pum,’ who told police her mother bankrolled the killing.

Bibi Farida Khan, Shamiza Khan, called ‘Sham,’ Hoosman Khan, called ‘Strong Man,’ and Bisoondial Mahadeo, called ‘Weed Man,’ all of Windsor Forest, are on trial before Justice Navindra Singh and a 12-member jury for the murder of Singh, at Windsor Forest. The bloodied body of Singh was found close to a tiny bridge at Second Street, Windsor Forest in September, 2009. He had been stabbed 21 times.

A fifth person, Ayube Hamid, called ‘Little,’ was also charged with the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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