Guyanese American Once On Interpol’s Wanted List Now In A Guyana Jail

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News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri.
Nov. 22, 2019:
A Guyanese-American who up to last month was listed on Interpol’s Wanted
list, is now in jail in his home country facing a murder rap.  

Marcus Brian Bisram appeared
at the Whim Magistrate’s Court in Guyana on Thursday, a night after he was extradited
back to the CARICOM South American nation from the US.

Bisram appeared before
Magistrate Renita Singh where he was read the charge that between October 31, 2016
and November 1, 2016, he coerced, procured and commanded five persons to murder
Faiyaz Narinedatt, a father of two who had rebuffed his sexual advances.

On March 7, 2017 a Guyanese
court issued an arrest warrant for Bisram on the grounds that he instructed
five other men to kill Narinedatt because the Guyanese man had retaliated when
he (Bisram) held the man’s penis and buttock.

Evidence provided by
Guyanese police show that Narinedatt was beaten, thrown in a drain, removed and
placed in a car trunk and placed on a road to make it appear as if he had been
struck down by a vehicle at Number 70 Village, Corentyne between October 31 and
November 1, 2016.

Bisram, 30, was remanded to
the Camp Street Prison in Georgetown and is set to return to court on December
2nd.

The Queens, New Yorker was
extradited from the US to Guyana after a US appeals court in September ordered him
be extradited after denying both a rehearing of his appeal and a motion to stay
the extradition.

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