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Daniel’s grandfather first to testify at murder inquiry
Randolph Indarsingh, grandfather of murdered eight-year-old Daniel Guerra, took the witness stand in the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court yesterday. Indarsingh, of Bedeau Street, Gasparillo, was the first witness to testify before acting deputy Chief Magistrate Rajendra Rambachan when the preliminary inquiry into Guerra’s 2011 death resumed. Constable Darwin Ghouralal, 41, of La Romaine, is charged with murdering Daniel of Bedeau Street, Gasparillo, in February last year.
The child’s bloated, semi-decomposed body was found floating in the Tarouba River, miles away from his Gasparillo home, days after he went missing. Homicide investigator Sgt Anderson Pariman laid the charge against Ghouralal. Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions (South) Joan Honore-Paul is prosecuting. The matter has been adjourned to January 24.
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