Cashier vanishes in $300M GRA fraud probe
NOVEMBER 7, 2009 | BY KNEWS | FILED UNDER NEWS
A key employee implicated in a multi-million-dollar fraud conspiracy at the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has vanished.
GRA sources yesterday said the staffer was initially questioned when the fraud was discovered on Tuesday. However, the employee disappeared shortly after and police have found no trace. A senior GRA staff has since said that the employee is believed to have fled the country. in $300M GRA fraud
Name: BARNES GREGORY EWAN ALISTAIR
Date of birth: 9/8/1981
Address: 181 BAMBOO DRIVE
CHARGES Published as provided by requesting entity
EMBEZZLEMENT BY CLERK OR SERVANT, CONTRARY TO SECTION 190 OF THE CRIMINAL (OFFENCES) ACT, CHAPTER 8:01.
The government of Guyana and khurshid sattaur submitted an international warrant to Interpol for Barnes without a photo! Can you understand why it took five years before he was located?
BUFFALO NEWS..Cheektowaga, New York.–Cheektowaga police pulled over a four-door sedan on Genesee Street Monday evening for an expired inspection and illegal tinted windows.
It turned out the driver, Gregory Alistair Ewan Barnes, 32, of George Urban Blvd. in Cheektowaga was wanted by Interpol, Cheektowaga police said Friday.
Former GRA staffer hires top US Immigration lawyer to fight extradition
MARCH 23, 2014 | BY KNEWS | FILED UNDER NEWS
Accused Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) cashier, Gregory Barnes is actively fighting extradition and deportation to his homeland where he could face fraud charges that involves millions of dollars.
Gregory Alistair Ewan Barnes, 32, is reportedly being represented by former US Justice Department official, and noted Immigration Attorney, Kurt R. Saccone.