[www.inewsguyana.com] – Embattled former policeman and self – confessed death squad member, Sean Hinds has been released from police custody on $100,000 station bail.
However, he has been ordered to return to the CID Headquarters today, Friday July 31, where investigators continue to grill him about his role in the infamous death squad, which was established in 2002/2003 to deal with Guyana’s crime wave.
Hinds is still not cooperating with the police and has been in custody since July 27, following his explosive interview with HGPTV Nightly News. Hinds wanted by the Guyana Police Force in connection with a “serious offence.”
He is also allegedly wanted after he was seen staking out the home of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo; however Hinds has since denied that claim.
The former policeman broke his silence and confessed to being part of the death squad in Guyana back in 2002/2003, which was responsible for bringing down several armed criminals who had escaped from the Camp Street Prison in February 2002.
Hinds made the revelation during an exclusive interview with Travis Chase of HGPTV Nightly News on July 21, where he also noted that he took direct orders from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID).
According to Hinds, the CID also provided the death squad with weapons and that he worked with the late Axel Williams, who was gunned down several years ago.
He claims to know who the killers are of journalist, Ronald Waddell and political activist, Courtney Crum-Ewing.