New allegations in Colwyn Harding case demand an independent inquiry – GHRA
The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) has said that the recent revelations involving two young women implicate a wider range of agencies and individuals in alleged irregularities and brutality in the Colwyn Harding case than originally thought and warrant an independent inquiry.
“Taken as a whole, the cascade of complaints and unanswered questions raised by this saga increases the urgency of an independent investigation,” the group said in a press release. Tiffany Edwards and Teneisha Evans, originally charged in mid-November along with Colwyn Harding, appeared in the Providence Magistrate’s Court on November 18 on charges of assaulting a peace officer and disorderly behaviour. Harding and Edwards could not raise their bail and were remanded to prison.