Sunday, June 06, 2010

Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0 - International Edition

He suffered a failure of the victim selection process. Suspected robber shot during botched hold-up
In a statement, police said that the incident occurred around 8:50am at Lamaha Gardens, Georgetown, where Inniss was shot and injured by Oudit Seenarain of Prashad Nagar—a businessman and licensed firearm holder, whom he had attempted to rob. Investigations revealed that Seenarain was returning to his vehicle when he was approached by a man armed with a firearm who told him that it was a robbery. “Seenarain drew his firearm and both men discharged rounds at each other resulting in the perpetrator being shot to his right foot and buttocks,” police reported. Inniss, however, managed to escape on a motor cycle driven by an accomplice. Later the police were informed by public spirited persons that a man was lying on the roadway at Lamaha Gardens with suspected gunshot injuries and upon checking they discovered that it was the same man who had attacked Seenarain. A .38 Taurus revolver with two spent shells were found in his possession.
Self-defense is a human right.

In case you are wondering, Stabroek News is published in Georgetown, Guyana.

1 comment:

Guyana said...

I know Mr. Seenarain........he is a member of the Guyana National Rifle Association handgun section. Is the wrong man they choose to rob, because Mr. Seenarain is a good shooter and have placed among the top three in several GNRA contest. Hopefully this is a message for other bandits that they need to work and stop trying to rob people of hard earned valuables.