Accused cleared of Congress Place shooting

-due to no show complainant

Linden Primo, the man accused of firing off a gun during the People’s National Congress Reform’s 18th Biennial Congress, had the charge against him dismissed today due to the continued absence of his accuser.

Magistrate Geeta Chandan-Edmond cleared Primo of a threatening behaviour charge and upheld a no-case submission made by the defence at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.

The allegation against Primo, 54, of 41 Farm Village, Mahaicony, was that on July 27, he used threatening behaviour to Alieshaw Barker, thereby resulting in a breach of the peace.

It was the prosecution’s case that Barker, who had gone to  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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