After eight years, investigators are finally going after the “intellectual authors” in the murder of 72-year-old Clementine Fiedtou-Parris, a Robb Street, Georgetown granny, who was gunned down at her home on June 30, 2011.
Fiedtou-Parris’ death is said to be linked to a property dispute between her and the owner of a prominent auto dealer, whose main office is located next to her Lot 42 Robb Street, Georgetown home.
A source close to the Guyana Police Force (GPF)’s Major Crimes Unit (MCU) has confirmed that the granny’s murder case has been reopened.
Already, four men are behind bars with each serving 81 years in prison for the fatal shooting of the Robb Street homeowner. Convicted are Orwin Hinds of Mocha, East Bank Demerara; Kevin October of Agricola; Cleon Hinds and Roy Jacobs of Evans Street, Charlestown
The sentence was imposed by Justice Navindra Singh on November 24, 2015. At the time of the conviction, investigators did not have any solid evidence to charge the prime suspects. However, this morning, this news agency has been informed that the cops have received new leads.
According to information reaching this news entity, the convicted prisoners have finally decided to reveal the names of those involved in the murder plot and they are said to be providing evidence to collaborate their story.
The Guyana Standard has been informed that two men attached to the prominent auto dealer have been fingered in the granny’s murder. They reportedly paid some $1.5M to the killers to execute the elderly woman.
It has been revealed that on the day of the shooting, two of the suspects reportedly went to the woman’s Robb Street residence and requested to speak with her. Upon hearing request, the victim went to the door and the gunmen immediately opened fire on her.
She died instantly. It was reported that after the shooting, the suspects made their escape in a waiting car. However, the men were purportedly caught on camera committing the act.