Strange things are happening in Guyana now, PPP goon Kwame Mc Coy to be charged
One month after the alleged gun-butting of APNU activist Clifton Stewart, the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has recommended charges against former Information Liaison to the President, Kwame Mc Coy.
Indications are that Mc Coy will appear in court shortly.
The decision came just one day after Stewart staged a one-man picketing exercise outside the DPP’s chambers over the apparent reluctance of law officials to institute charges against Mc Coy.
Stewart had promised to take his protest to the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Office of the President.
He had told Kaieteur News that after his protest action on Monday, a police inspector assigned to the DPP’s office informed him that the DPP “was not finished with the file” and had sent it back to investigators at the Brickdam Police Station.
Stewart alleges that he was assaulted on November 12 in D’Urban Street, Lodge, when he upbraided Mc Coy for telling persons to erect posters over those of APNU’s Presidential Candidate David Granger.
He alleged that Mc Coy had also said that he was ‘a marked man.’
Stewart subsequently submitted a medical document and a statement to the police.
A police official had told Stewart over two weeks ago that a report on his case had been sent to the office of the DPP.
A police official has told Kaieteur News that the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is in possession of the report of that incident, as well as others concerning the alleged assault of civilians at the hands of Mc Coy.