FOUR men from Berbice were remanded to prison on Tuesday after they appeared at the
Georgetown Magistrate’s Court before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan charged with the murder of 27-year-old Faiyaz Narinedatt, of No. 70 Village Corentyne, who was allegedly beaten unconscious and run over by a car on the public road.
Thirty-nine year old Radesh Motie, an Excavator Operator, of No. 78 Village Corentyne, Berbice; 18-year-old painter, Diadath Datt, of No. 71 Village, Corentyne, Berbice; 41-year old Harrypaul Parsram of No. 71 Village Corentyne, Berbice and Hire Car driver Niran Yachood, 37 of No. 67 Village were not allowed to plead to the indictable charge.
Police Prosecutor, Neville Jeffers requested two weeks from the court to complete the file since the matter was still under investigation. The matter was transferred to the Springlands Magistrate’s Court and the men were remanded until December 08, 2016. The men were represented by Attorney Stanley Moore.
Meanwhile, two female relatives of the accused, one being the mother of the alleged mastermind, were also charged and placed before the court on Tuesday for attempting to pervert the course of justice.
It is alleged that the mother of the Guyanese US based mastermind, 44-year-old Shamell Inderally, and Marian Lionel, offered Police Officer, Kamal Pitama $4million to prevent the investigation into the murder and to act in favour of the four accused, including the mastermind, who was identified as Marcus Brian Bisram.
The incident occurred on November 19, at the Criminal Investigation Department at Eve Leary, where they willfully intended to obstruct the course of justice. The women pleaded not guilty to the charge and were remanded to prison until November 28.
Police had initially labelled the case a ‘hit and run’ accident, but Narinedatt’s relatives have always been adamant that his death was staged by persons known to them.
Reports indicated that after beating the man, the four men placed Nariendatt’s lifeless body into the trunk of a car and dumped it on the public road before attempting to run it over to make it appear to be an accident.
It is alleged that the murder stemmed from a sexual advance from the host of the party towards Nariendatt. This publication understands from a source that Narinedatt was urinating when the Guyanese/US based businessman approached him and tried to touch his private parts. Narinedatt became upset and accosted the businessman by slapping him twice. The businessman then reportedly ordered one of his bodyguards to “get rid of him,” and that he (businessman) “will deal with it.”