By Leroy Smith
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Guyana Police Force does not have any plans currently to extradite businessman Deokarran ‘Ram’ Sanasie to assist in the ongoing investigation relating to his wife’s execution.
iNews was told that the man, who is presently in the United States of America (USA), has no plans to travel back to this country anytime soon; owing to fears that he may be harmed by the relatives of the now dead Patricia Sanasie, known as ‘Pasty’.
The woman was gunned down in front her 129 Atlantic Gardens, East Coast Demerara home on Monday, January 12 in the presence of one of her three daughters.
Police sources told iNews that there is no solid evidence linking the businessman to his wife’s death even as relatives and close friends believe he may have been involved in her killing.
She was shot some four times by a masked gunman. Eyewitnesses reported that a “big built gunman” exited a sliver colored Raum and shot the woman while she attempted to open the gates seconds after arriving home.
The gunman escaped in the waiting car. iNews understands that relatives are contemplating to fly the woman’s remains overseas for cremation. This news site had reported that the woman constantly expressed fear for her life to close family and friends, following her separation from her husband last year.
On February 14, 2014, Patsywas taken into police custody after news surfaced that she allegedly paid to have her husband executed.
The couple has been married for some 28 years and the man was shot several times about the body while imbibing opposite his business – Ram’s Auto Spares – located at Fourth and Light Streets, Alberttown.