update: we left off Clifton Wong when we initially published this article.
for those who’ve dialled in saying you don’t believe this. call James Singh on his GT&T cell and listen to him stammer through his lies 592-624-7822
Customs and Narcotics Unit (CANU) CEO James Girvan Singh will complete three years in office come October 1, 2011.
Since taking office, Singh has caused several officers to be dismissed on flimsy accusations. Most of these officers were, and still are, more experienced and knowledgeable about the business of CANU than James Singh ever will be. These dismissed officers were former assistant commissioners and senior superintendents of the Guyana Police Force.
James Singh is also guilty of sexual misconduct as previously documented here. His victims were predominantly East Indian female CANU applicants. Many of these women never returned and others were not accepted for employment after refusing the sexual advances of James Singh.
In violations of every law, Singh would ask female applicants question about sex partners etc.
We already dealt with the fact that James Singh failed his University of Guyana exams. He is the proud holder of a Diploma in Public Safety and Security Management he paid for.
What this nation also needs to know is James Singh failed the same polygraph test used to force out experienced officers out of CANU Officers like former CEO Orville Nedd.
The Guyana Government is too ashamed to disclose this and they cannot dismiss James Singh because he knows too many of their secrets.
All Guyanse remember the the Lindo Creek massacre of Nigel Torres, Cecil Arokium, Compton Speirs, Bonny Harry, Horace Drakes, Dax Arokium, Clifton Wong and Lancelot Lee in June 2008.
The popular myth peddled by the government, police and army is that these men were killed by the Fineman Gang.
These eight men were killed by a group of men that took part in the exercise at Christmas falls to kill the Fineman Gang. Christmas falls is close to the Lindo Creek camp where those eight men were massacred.
This operation was was headed by the current Crime Chief Seelall Persaud.
James Girvan Singh was also a member of this party that massacred those eight men. What’s odd about it is that fact that this time James Singh was not member of any law enforcement agency in Guyana. He was merely a member of the Guyana National Rifle Association. A private body.
The obvious question is, what on earth was he doing there in the first place?
The family of Nigel Torres, Cecil Arokium, Compton Speirs, Bonny Harry, Horace Drakes, Dax Arokium and Lancelot Lee should take note. Fineman & Co. had nothing to do with the Lindo Creek Massacre.
These are some of the reasons Crime Chief Seelall Persaud and Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee are so afraid of James Singh. They have not told him anything despite his repeated violations of the law. They are afraid that he will leak this and other information to the press. This is why James Singh is allowed to do as he pleases.
Three months after his participation in the Lindo Creek Massacre, James Singh assumed the position of CANU CEO. He was put forward by Clement Rohee and the decision made by Janet Jagan, Bharrat Jagdeo, Donald Ramotar & co. at the PPP 29th Congress at Babu John.
James Singh signed letters of dismissal for CANU officers he claimed did not show up for a polygraph test even though he has no legal authority to dismiss Officers. Around the same time he claimed these officers did not show up for the polygraph, he started walking with a cane. He claimed he went overseas for treatment but in reality was running from the polygraph .
After the polygraph James Singh threw away his cane and stopped limping.
He is now stronger than ever. Or so he thinks.
- the james singh files – canu, cocaine, me & the family (propagandapress.wordpress.com)
- james singh canu ceo – clement rohee’s out of control monster (propagandapress.wordpress.com)
- James Singh – CANU cocaine tycoon strikes again (propagandapress.wordpress.com)
- a letter & a plea to Major General Joe Singh (propagandapress.wordpress.com)