Key witness in Congress Place shooting case says wasn’t told to attend court

-dissatisfied with freeing of accused

Alieshaw Barker, the woman at the centre of the Congress Place shooting last month has denied that she wilfully did not turn up to testify in the court case and she is unhappy at the freeing of the accused.

Earlier this month, Linden Primo who was accused of threatening behaviour to Barker, thereby resulting in a breach of the peace was freed of the charge on the grounds of the continued absence of his accuser. Primo had been identified as the person who discharged a round during elections at the party’s Biennial Congress. There was a photograph with him holding a gun which was published in the Stabroek News the day after the incident.

Primo was nabbed at the airport as he was preparing to board a flight to the  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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