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Sergeant Bascom’s trial set to commence on November 9


Charged: Dion Bascom

The trial of Police Sergeant Dion Bascom, who is accused of cyberbullying two officers of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), will start on November 9.


When the case was called before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Wednesday, Senior Magistrate Leron Daly was assigned to conduct the trial.


Bascom, who was arraigned before Chief Magistrate last week, had denied the three charges, which alleged that between August 13 and 19, he used a computer system to transmit electronic data with the intent to humiliate, harass or cause substantial emotional distress to Superintendents Mitchell Ceasar and Chabinauth Singh.


As such, he was released on $100,000 bail on each count. Bascom had to lodge his passport and report to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Headquarters every other Friday as a condition for bail.


Sergeant Bascom took social media by a storm last month, hours after he was released from Police custody after being arrested in connection with a drug bust at a Norton Street, Georgetown residence.


He had claimed that there was a conspiracy to kill him and cover up the murder of Ricardo Fagundes, known as ‘Paper Shorts.’


Fagundes was riddled with bullets in March 2021 as he exited the Palm Court on Main Street, Georgetown. In fact, Bascom accused several members of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) for taking a bribe to cover up Fagundes’ murder while noting that there was a conspiracy to kill him.


Superintendent Caesar and city businessman Azruddin Mohamed had sent Bascom a lawyer’s letter, demanding a public apology and financial compensation.


However, Sergeant Bascom said he stands by his statement while noting that he has evidence to prove his case. Mohamed then moved to the High Court and slapped Bascom with a 200 million lawsuit.


Last Friday, the Ministry of Home Affairs disclosed that the Regional Security System (RSS) had found no evidence of corrupt practices or any attempt to cover up Fagundes’ murder.

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