Ramnarine denies misleading President on alleged assassination plot probe

David Ramnarine

Appearing again before the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into an alleged plot to assassinate President David Granger, Assistant Commissioner of Police David Ramnarine yesterday denied misleading the President at a meeting on March 30th on what had been learnt up to that point in the investigation.

Ramnarine was asked to appear again before the CoI to answer questions from attorney Glenn Hanoman, counsel for Commissioner of Police Seelall Persaud.

Hanoman’s line of questioning appeared to suggest that by the March 30th meeting, Ramnarine should have been in possession of several statements which would have cast doubt on the plot allegations made by Andriff Gillard and that this should have been conveyed to the President. In his first appearance before the CoI, Ramnarine raised eyebrows when he said that the police had not properly handled the investigation…..


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