‘Not greedy’ Guyanese drug kingpin jailed in US

An illegal Guyanese migrant’s thriving drug business in the US came crumbling down late last month when he was arrested following a ten-year investigation by Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

Loris Gemon, who could not read, also set up other businesses with the proceeds of his illicit trade and boasted that he was trafficking for 24 years and the only reason he was not caught was because he is not greedy. His words and actions brought him down.

Gemon, who is charged along with the mother of his child, Twanda Price and associate Ian Nichols, has since appeared before …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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