Murder accused walks out of Magistrate’s Court a free man



Raymond Shawn Tyson
Raymond Shawn Tyson

[] – A Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara man who was charged with murder was released from jail after the murder charge against him was thrown out of the Magistrate’s Court, following eight months of Preliminary of Inquiry.

Twenty – Nine – year old, Raymond Tyson who was charged with the murder of Khemraj Singh was discharged by Magistrate Judy Latchman today.

Tyson made his first court appearance on December 9 where he was not required to pleaded to the indictable offence of  murder, which alleged that between May 27 and 28 last year he murdered a sawmill supervisor Khemraj Singh at Land of Canaan, East Bank of Demerara.

During Tyson’s first appearance in court, he was refused bail by Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry.

Tyson was arrested and charged with the offence because he was seen with a blackberry cell phone which belongs to the dead man.

Attorney at law Kendaise Rodney represented the Raymond Tyson. The Magistrate ruled that there was not enough evidence for a High Court trial.




  1. I wonder how much BRIBE money chief Magistrate Priya Beharry received from this murdering THUG?
    Justice served,,Guyana style, no wonder we are a uncivilized impoverished backwater nation.

  2. The judical system is corrupt, he was found with the dead mans phone , he and the deceased had several brushes as he is always stealing his electrical stuff eg tv, and cd sets, the magistrate and solicitor get payoff god will deal with deal them , the family are grieving and to no ther is no justice meted out to the accused


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