Number one accused found not guilty of Windsor Forest murder

– deceased’s stepchildren for retrial


The number one accused in the murder of a US-based Guyanese man at Windsor Forest ran out of court yesterday after the jury returned a verdict of not guilty in his case while remaining conflicted as regards the three other defendants, who were then remanded pending retrial.

Justice Navindra Singh, who presided over the case, told Bissoondial Mahadeo: “It is very shocking that the jury has found you not guilty. You are free to go.”

Mahadeo then ran out of the courtroom with his relatives following quickly behind.

Senior State Counsel Judith Gildharie Mursalin who had presented the state’s case immediately …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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