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Cubans charged with forgery

first_img− withholding of passports questionedA Police Prosecutor was reprimanded by a City Magistrate after indicating to the court that he has no objections to three Cubans being released since the prosecution will be withholding their passports as evidence.The three Cubans were charged for forging Guyana Immigration stamps in their Cuban passports.The Police Prosecutor indicated that the prosecution will be in custody of the passports belonging to the Cuban Government since the passports are the items in question.However, the Magistrate immediately questioned the basis on which the Prosecutor was holding on to the Cuban Government’s property.The City Magistrate then ordered the Police Prosecutor to read the fine print in the passports, but the Prosecutor explained that he was unable to do so, given the language barrier. The Prosecutor said they will seek advice on their next move. The City Magistrate told the three Cubans, through a Spanish translator, that the court will keep the passports in safe custody until the Cuban Ambassador is available to pick them up. The Magistrate added that the Cuban passports should have been lodged at the Embassy of Cuba.The three Cubans – Alvin Rodrigues, 44; Andez Rodrigues, 38; and Alleen Abask, 34; were each granted $80,000 bail for forging Guyana Immigration stamps into their Cuban passports.It was alleged that on October 9, 2016, at Moleson Creek, Corentyne, with the intent to defraud a Police Constable of three Republic of Cuba passports in favour of themselves, the trio forged Guyana Immigration stamps purporting to show the same to ranks of the Immigration Department at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, knowing same to be false.The men are scheduled to make their next court appearance on October 25, before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan for assignment and statements.last_img read more

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‘£75m in the bank, Rodgers will sign quality and the show will go on’: Liverpool fans react to Suarez sale

first_imgLiverpool fans knew it was coming, but it didn’t soften the blow as the club confirmed that Luis Suarez will be departing for Barcelona in the coming days.Kop boss Brendan Rodgers attempted to save face by lavishing praise on the Uruguayan and thanking him for his services, before commenting that no player is bigger than the club.“If there is one thing the history of this great club teaches us, it is that Liverpool FC is bigger than any individual,” he said in a statement. But how have Kopites taken the news? Scroll down to find out… 1 Luis Suarez will join Barcelona next week center_img Liverpool fans, how do you feel about Luis Suarez’s departure? Comment below…last_img read more

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