Guyana Police Force Silent on Decision Not to Proceed with DPP Recommended Charges Against Mark Vieira

Guyana Police Force Silent on Decision Not to Proceed with DPP Recommended Charges Against Mark Vieira

Guyana Police Force Silent on Decision Not to Proceed with DPP Recommended Charges Against Mark Vieira

More than three weeks have passed since the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) recommended that renowned race car driver and businessman, Mark Vieira, face five assault charges, yet the Guyana Police Force remains silent on the matter. The recommendation followed an incident involving Vieira and Maurice Menezes, with charges suggested by the DPP including malicious damage to property, abusive language, assault causing actual bodily harm, assault, and providing false information to law enforcement.

Despite the clarity provided by the DPP’s recommendation and the completion of police investigations, the Guyana Police Force has not moved forward with the court case, leaving the public in suspense. News Source Guyana has been actively seeking updates from the Police Force on the status of the case, but responses have been elusive.

Guyana Police Force Silent on Decision Not to Proceed with DPP Recommended Charges Against Mark Vieira

The Office of the DPP confirmed that the Police sought advice on the matter, and charges were recommended based on the submitted police file. The Head of the Police Force’s Corporate Communications Unit, Mark Ramotar, has been unresponsive to inquiries, failing to provide information on the reasons for the reluctance of the Police Force to proceed with the recommended charges.

Despite promises made over a week ago by Mark Ramotar to seek information from the Police Commissioner on the issue, the public remains uninformed about the developments in this case. Reports suggest that after the police investigations were concluded, a senior police official requested the entire file on the matter, leading to a sudden halt in the proceedings.

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