With close to one hundreds days since the bodies of Joel and Isaiah Henry, including Haresh Singh were found in the backland of Cotton Tree, West Coast Berbice, the opposition and the parents of the deceased teens moved to the National Assembly with the view of avoiding the case running cold.
Opposition MP Raphael Trotman believes that the families of the Henry Boys deserve closure, especially since the perpetrators of the crime still remain at large. He noted that with failed attempts to solve the crime, the intervention of the house is direly needed.
“I’ll stop short from saying hate because of politics or hate because of race or even gender but I believe that anyone who saw those bodies, would agree that whoever did this was full of hate,” Trotman said.
The filed motion places immense pressure on the Guyana Police Force to ensure justice is served in the matter. Concerns were also raised on the police’s work thus far in the investigation.