Guayana: visit teenager from Ireland charged after threatening to assasinate president

Posted on April 5, 2013 • Filed under: Crime, Guyana, TRAVEL

An Irish teenager has been charged after threatening to assassinate the president of Guyana in what his lawyer said was an alcohol-fuelled row with two of the leader’s bodyguards. Cillian Crosson, a 17-year-old volunteer with an aid group in the South American country, allegedly told the men he would shoot and kill president Donald Ramotar. His defence lawyer, Glenn Hanoman, said the youth made the threat because he didn’t really believe the pair were actually bodyguards…. Read Article

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