The Guyana Police Force (GPF) is now seeking the help of U.S. law enforcement in its bid to question the alleged mastermind in the brutal killing of 27-year-old Corentyne carpenter, Faiyaz Narinedatt.
According to Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum, the Police Force has already made contact with their overseas counterparts to have Marcus Bisram extradited to Guyana.
The U.S.-based Guyanese has been implicated in the murder of Narinedatt, by the four suspects who were all charged on Tuesday when they appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.
Two women who allegedly offered $4 million to the Major Crimes Unit (MCU) for the four perpetrators to be released were also charged.
Bisram is said to have migrated to the United States as a child. However, he has never failed to give his support to Berbice.
On the day Narinedatt died, his family members received the horrific news of his demise, in what at the time was suspected to be a hit-and-run.
However, as an investigation into the man’s death was being carried out, it was discovered that he was murdered. Claims are that Bisram made sexual advances towards Narinedatt, who rejected him.
As such, he ordered that the man be killed. The MCU, after intense investigations, unearthed the details behind the man’s unfortunate demise.
It was revealed that the overseas-based Guyanese, the founder of the Marcus Brian Bisram Foundation, had a party at his home where the victim and several others were present.
According to reports, the now deceased man went to the back of the man’s home to urinate and Bisram followed and attempted to fondle him.
Narinedatt responded by slapping and choking Bisram, who allegedly ordered that he (Narinedatt) be killed by others who were present at the party. It is also alleged that he assured the men that they would not be caught.
Narinedatt, a father of two, was then severely beaten after which he was taken to Number 70 Village, Corentyne in an unconscious state, thrown on the roadway and ran over by a vehicle in an attempt to make his killing seem like an accident.
His lifeless body was found the following day and family members immediately cried foul.
However, villagers were tight-lipped and it was only until the MCU was called in did the truth of the matter come out.
The four suspects, excavator operator Radesh Motie, 39; Harripaul Parsram, a labourer, 49; hire car driver Nirone Yacoob, 37; and Diodat Datt, 18, all confessed to the killing and told Police what had occurred.
One of the women charged with attempting to bribe the MCU is Bisram’s mother, Shermella Indarally, 45, of Lot 121 Section A, No 71 Village, Corentyne Coast, Berbice.