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Dear Editor,

It has been a common practice in this country to experience a hub of police searches and road blocks just after some brutal robberies and killings which fizzles out as quickly as it started.

The criminal elements in this country are well organised and are way ahead of the police in tact, planning, and strategy and it is likely that after each attack they will disperse temporally or go into hiding and reorganize for the next move.

Anyone who follows the modus operandi of those criminal gangs will readily conclude that they are well informed and organised. It seems that they have accurate information of the persons and movement of cash, which can only come from persons within the affected person's organisation.

This is not the first time that joint operations were held in Buxton and nothing positive resulted. Instead, the gangs came out stronger later. These gangs know that the police will raid Buxton and obviously they will move out until it's safe. I also believe that they are well informed from persons within the security forces of intended operations.

Guyanese are not yet security conscious, according to the newspapers persons saw a strange car in the vicinity of the late Minister's residence, they also saw gunmen on the LBI road, yet no one alerted the residents or the police. The result is the gruesome killing of three from one family, a security guard and a dog.

Yours faithfully,


Stabroek News