Son charged with being accessory to father’s murder

first_imgShallow grave murderTwenty-two-year-old Asif Hamid, who reportedly aided and abetted his friend to kill his father, Businessman Saeed Hamid, also called “Sayo”, was on Friday arraigned before New Amsterdam Magistrate Alex Moore on an accessory to murder charge.The charge details that on April 19, 2018, at the New Amsterdam Prison, heThe accused: Antonio Balrup and Satrohan Madrayconspired with 31-year-old Antonio Balrup, a former Police officer, and Satrohan Madray to kill his father.Charged with the murder of Saeed Hamid, Balrup and Madray were on Wednesday arraigned before Fort Wellington Magistrate Rondell Weaver.Represented by Attorney-at-Law Mursaline Bacchus, they were remanded to prison, and the case has been scheduled to continue on July 17, 2018.Asif Hamid is currently on remand for the 2015 murder of Corentyne rice farmer Henry Lallman, whose body was found in a shallow grave under a mango tree in Hamid’s yard.Lallman had mysteriously disappeared, but during investigations, Police stumbledAsif Hamidupon his partially decomposed body after they were informed that he had gone to Hamid’s home and had never returned.Saeed Hamid, Asif’s father, was supposed to testify against his son in connection with that murder.It is believed that Hamid met Madray while in prison, and they plotted to prevent the now dead businessman from giving evidence against his son. On April 16, 2018, the senior Hamid left his Corriverton home and never returned.last_img

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