At­tor­ney, Mar­cus Bis­ram’s mother charged with wit­ness tam­per­ing in mur­der in­quiry

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Chan­dra So­han An at­tor­ney and the mother of United States-based Guyanese mur­der ac­cused Mar­cus Bis­ram were yes­ter­day both charged with at­tempt­ing to get a wit­ness to give false ev­i­dence in his pre­lim­i­nary trial. At­tor­ney Chan­dra So­han, who was once a mag­is­trate, and Sharmila In­der­jali, the mother of Bis­ram, were charged sep­a­rately with the crime in sep­a­rate courts in Ber­bice yes­ter­day. So­han, 52, of Lot 47 Palmyra Vil­lage, was charged at the New Am­s­ter­dam Mag­is­trate’s Court with at­tempt­ing to ob­struct the course of jus­tice in the PI into the charge against Bis­ram and the five oth­ers ac­cused in the mur­der of Num­ber 70 Vil­lage car­pen­ter Faiyaz Narine­datt. Bis­ram is still fight­ing his ex­tra­di­tion to Guyana to an­swer the charge against him. It is al­leged that be­tween June 1st, 2017 and June 30th, 2017, in his ca­pac­ity as an at­tor­ney, So­han al­legedly ad­vised a wit­ness, Zubair Ally, to give false ev­i­dence be­fore Mag­is­trate Rabindra­nauth Singh in the PI and made an ap­pear­ance be­fore Mag­is­trate Singh in­di­cat­ing that the state­ment by Ally was false.

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