Who Released Devan Kumar’s Passport and Why?
Parrot has been closely monitoring the matter between Dr. Ryan Coker (complainant) and two Indian nationals, Karthik Rajan and Devan Kumar defendants over the alleged disappearance of 2, 475 bags of black Zircon sand and 2000 bags of semi-spiral processed Zircon sand. The great professor has gathered that the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters on Pademba Road in Freetown, has been investigating the matter for about two months now and that the passport of Devan Kumar was impounded but has been released to him and that he has left the country while the investigation is in progress.
However, Parrot has the following questions for the Head of the CID, Mr. Sizeman: Is it true that suspect Devan Kumar’s passport has been released to him? If yes, why has his passport been released when the investigation is yet to be concluded? Did anybody surety Devan Kumar as Parrot has reliably learnt? If yes, is it not premature for Devan Kumar to have a surety when the cost of the missing Zircon sand is yet to be ascertained? For what amount of money has the surety stood, other words, how much will the surety pay if Kumar ends up running away?
The most important question is whether the CID will make Kumar and the prime suspect, Karthik Rajan available should the matter proceed to court. Parrot has been reliably informed that the complainant, Dr. Ryan Coker, reported the matter to the CID after getting wind from a bank official that the prime suspect, who is reported to be in Ghana, has no intention of returning to this country.
For the sake of justice, will the prime suspect be extradited to come and make his own statement on the complainant’s allegation that he illegally disposed over four thousand bags of Zircon belonging to the Aamr Artesanal Community Cooperation without the consent of the complainant who is his business partner and who has been in charge of the transaction since 2013?
Parrot is, therefore, calling on the CID boss to answer the above questions to ensure transparency and justice. The observant Professor Parrot and many other Sierra Leoneans are living witnesses to the seriousness with which the Sierra Leone Police treated the historic case involving Mohamed Mbakui who is still languishing behind bars for allegedly imprisoning and defrauding and Indian national hundreds of thousands of United States Dollars. Now here is a case involving two Indian nationals allegedly defrauding a Sierra Leonean; though the case is of a far lesser gravity than that of Mbakui, the SLP should give it a similar seriousness.Professor Parrot With Joseph Lebbie
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