A New York Court has allowed Marcus Bisram, implicated in the murder of a Guyanese carpenter to appeal his extradition to Guyana.
The Court reportedly ordered a stay of Bisram’s extradition while the matter is being appealed.
This came after United States District Judge, Kiyo A. Matsumoto in October of last year ruled that there was sufficient evidence presented to the Court for Bisram to be extradited to Guyana.
Bisram is being accused of ordering a hit on a Berbice carpenter, Faiyaz Narinedatt, a guest at a party he hosted back in late 2016 after the man allegedly rejected sexual advances he made towards him.
Narinedatt was beaten to death allegedly by friends of Bisram, his body was taken to a location and dumped after which he was ran over by a motorcar.
After Narinedatt’s murder Bisram boarded a flight back to the United States but was however implicated after the men he allegedly hired reportedly confessed to the Police during interrogations.
Those four men who allegedly committed the murder have since been charged and are currently on remand.