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“Shoe Lace” found guilty

first_imgRobbery/murderOne week after it was revealed that Phillip Paul, called “Shoe Lace,” was paid $60,000 to carry out a violent robbery/murder, a 12-member jury, convinced by the prosecution’s case, found him guilty of unlawfully killing Kamal Ramsahoye in December 2012 murder.Deceased: Kamal RamsahoyeThe verdict was handed down after two hours of deliberation at the High Court on Monday, in an atmosphere which saw the deceased man’s relatives being reduced to tears. The prosecution’s case, which was led by attorneys Lisa Cave and Orinthia Schmidt, was that, under caution, Paul told Police that he saw his friend “Tall Man” on the “line top” (Railway Embankment) and invited him to go to a house in Annandale, East Coast Demerara.After the duo scaled a fence, they entered Ramsahoye’s home; and after the man had run, they caught up with him, and “Shoelace” reportedly held the businessman while “Tall Man” stabbed him to death. They then searched the man’s home and made off with a large sum of cash, after which “Tall Man” paid “Shoe Lace” $60,000 before the two-parted company.The offender’s sentencing has been delayed to December 3, 2018, after his lawyer, Brandon De Santos, requested a probation report be presented to the court on his client’s behalf. Justice Sandil Kissoon presided over the matter.last_img read more