Roger Khan, others held in Suriname a...

Roger Khan, others held in Suriname after drug bust

There are 1536 comments on the Stabroek News story from Jun 16, 2006, titled Roger Khan, others held in Suriname after drug bust. In it, Stabroek News reports that:

In a dramatic turn of events, Suriname police yesterday afternoon arrested fugitive businessman, Shaheed 'Roger' Khan and three ex-policemen, one of whom is wanted by local authorities, as part of a huge drug ...

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Silver Spring, MD

#1 Jun 16, 2006
I am happy to know that Suriname has good honest police officials. Keep the good work up and do not let the corrupt government of Guyana get their hands on the drug lord. Punish him for the crime he did to several Afro Guyanese brothers and sisters he killed in Guyana. Khan must be questioned for the guns that were missing in your country. Interrogate him with the most inhumane manner so that he can name the Guyana politicians who were involved in his illegal arms and drug trade, which he even took to Suriname.

I think your government is on the road to success.

United States

#2 Jun 16, 2006
African Guyanese people are very stupid to suggest inhumane treatment for Roger Khan. They cannot suggest in any way he was responsible for the killing of innocent african Guyanese. Roger Khan is a simple business man who wanted to make Guyana a beautiful place in his own way. I do not have anything against anyone who have healthy business aspirations. However, Roger Khan was engaged in alot of activities that resulted in the death of innocent Guyanese including Indian people. He was responsible for large shipment of drugs around the world including the famous London Bust of drugs in timber. He was found with unlicensed arms on many occasions. He is dangerous and was protected by the Government of Guyana. thats the facts. Lets give jack his jacket. I want to see this man brought to justice in a fair and transparent court. Definitely NOT in Guyana.
Dr T

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jun 23, 2006
you are on target,
Justice For The People

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Jun 25, 2006
.when people talk about this man, this ganster,rapest,murder,and worst of all tarter to his country, I ask my self what has happened to Guyana in these time and days that one man can cause such devastation to his own people and country. Guyana does not need help from any country and surely no crime-lord such as roger khan and other in the government. Guyana can survive off of its resources that has been taken away from us since the death of the late grate president. I believe we as Guyanese know the truth that our country is currently being run by
drugs and nothing more so when people talk about business man trying to help his country ask your self would you move back to Guyana at this time our would you try leave Guyana for a better place to raise your family. I love my country I hate the fact the some people over look the fact that people are dieing everyday, aids is on the rise in our country. What can we do to bring our country back to the times when it was called little England. Hope and dreams we pray, how about standing up for your country and stop sitting down and watching our country got to the dogs.

United States

#6 Jun 26, 2006
As far as I know roger khan has never been convicted for any of you think that a court of law should listen to evidence before such pronouncements are made.Please remember that politicians are using him as a political football
Energizer-Toront o

Brantford, Canada

#7 Jun 26, 2006
The above link is about Roger Khan.
i) an image - WASHINGTON PROTEST: Gloria Kissoon, mother of Roger Khan, protesting outside the Suriname Embassy in Washington.
ii) Khan went into hiding in Suriname in fear for his life in because Felix, Corbin, the PNC and the US Embassy in Georgetown wants him dead after he exposed a plot to topple the Jagdeo's Government.

One jackass, Bharat Jagdeo, accepted an Afro West Indian born as US Ambassador to Guyana. Corbin and others are making maximum uses of him.

iii) Khanís lawyer Glenn Hanoman, reported that Khan had been severely beaten by the police and he said court action would be filed to get him medical attention. Hanoman said that Khan reported that he and the others had been severely beaten by the police when they were apprehended. He said that Khan was covered with bruises and he alleged that at one point his assailants had used a barbell to inflict damage on him. All of the men were handcuffed when they were arrested and remained shackled until the second day, when the police tried to get Khan to sign a statement.
For more info, please click on the above links.
Michael-Washingt on DC

Chevy Chase, MD

#8 Jun 26, 2006
In my opinion Roger Khan is a hero because if it wasn't for him Indian Guyanese would not be as safe today. He worked with the police force to stop the crime wave in 2002-2003,and he even rescued a US citizen that was kidnapped.The Guyanese police force, namely Felix, turned their back on him when he exposed their wrong doing. Roger's bodyguard's daughter was kidnapped by Felix and Roger exposed him through a tape. That's the truth. Since then he's been running for his life because Felix wants him dead. The government in Suriname needs to also realize that beating their innmates with metal bars is against human rights. Pray for justice. Dont turn your back on him Guyanese.

Silver Spring, MD

#9 Jun 26, 2006
Please save your comments for the folsk in S.E. Washington who some of them do not know better. Sorry how Guyanese can be so stupid.

Mississauga, Canada

#10 Jun 26, 2006
Michael-Washington DC, you are on target. The truth hurts.

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Michael-Washingt on DC

Chevy Chase, MD

#11 Jun 27, 2006
How dare you insult the intelligence of the men and women in South East, Washington D.C. They know they truth and so do we. There are people protesting in front of the embassy of Suriname and the embassy of Guyana. They know that Roger Khan has Guyana's best intrest at heart and his human rights were violated.

Brampton, Canada

#12 Jun 27, 2006
Just like Pablo Escobar wanting his name good in eyes of everyone, Roger Khan took a page out of his book by releasing tapes, talking to media about his side of story. But as any druglord, the time is up...Let him talk about killing and drug dealing. Sorry for him. I got nothing against him but he did the crime and gotta to do the time.

Pickering, Canada

#13 Jun 27, 2006
yeah right, good u name juice. U have proof who he killed? Do you have proof of his drug dealing? If your answer yes, then go to RCMP with it. If you have no proof then you are an idiot.

Khan was using a special laptop and info was relaying to the police...go read Stabroek News.
Dr T

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Jun 28, 2006
YOU ARE AN ..........
Guyanese At Home

United States

#15 Jun 28, 2006
Well is seems like some of us have leave the shores of Guyana and have wasted the so call opportunity that they got. It seems as thought many of you guys known roger khan for along time and appears to be close associates of him. The Suriname prosecutors will need some of your evidence to convict him because the seems not to have a clear case as of this time.

I cannot believe how some one who is only accused of a wrongdoing can be convicted in this way. I donít see any one is calling on the Police Force to give an account of the nature of Mr. Khan assistance.

Many of you who are now speaking have leaved these shores illegally some in containers, some in ship; some even sold their body just to run from the same
Crime that Mr. Khan put his life on the line to fight with the hope that Guyana
Will be ONE some day.

As you can see it just an American Culture to use individual/country when they are in need and the turn the guns of them.

Remember when their Diplomat was held hostage? What they did? They were Mr. Khan friends.

Remember when they wanted to go to Afghanistan? They became friends with Pakistan!

Remember when they supported Iraq to fight Iran? Now what happened?

Remember when they supported the Afghans to fight the Russian? What happened after?

Saint Thomas, Canada

#16 Jun 28, 2006
I live through British and USA CIA Terror in British Guiana. I also live through Emperor Burnham terror in Guyana. I live through HOYTE 'illegal' rule when an allegation against CORBIN that he lured an indian woman to office where he raped and buggered the woman on Saturday, September 1986.

I forgot to mention Emperor Burnham put his friend, a visiting President from AFRICA to raped and then murdered indian dancer, DOLLY Baksh. Her boyfriend and Mannie Haniff were also murdered by Burnham's henchmen.
Michael-Washingt on DC

Chevy Chase, MD

#17 Jun 28, 2006

Moyock, NC

#18 Jun 29, 2006
Roger Khan did the crime, now its time to do the time. Just like Pablo Escobar and Noriega....all the so call good he was doing was just to cover for the day that would be an eventuality that niether him or his worshippers hoped for and dreaded.
He made circles and a mock of all the government ministers that were on his payroll. He must now come foward and call names. Lumbumba, the sacked Home affairs minister, and lots more.
I am positive with my 12 years of intelligence in Uncle Sam that Roger Khan stage that kidnapping and bringing to safety of the U.S Embassy official.
He is nothing but an international crimminal. I want hime here in NY so we can deal him and they the entire empire behind bars. Torcher him to the max Suriname, he will like any crook start to sing loudly.
As to his local lawyers, the two of them are just as guilty. They know all that he did, lock tham up too. Their carears should come to a sudden end because only stupid Guyanese would have them defend them with their wrongdoings. They are lawyers in Guyana and nobody elsewhere.
Seize all his assets Mr Jagdeo, let Mr Felix destroy whats left of his empire. Its so unfortunate so many innocent died under Roger Khan orders. Mr Sawh paid the price with his family members for objecting to Khan's forestry deal.
Imagine if Khan was around 5 more years.
Put him away Suriname, at least 75 yrs and then hand hime over to us here in new. He is also on the most wanted list in Maryland for those who dont know.

Silver Spring, MD

#19 Jun 29, 2006
I echo your sentiments Cman and hope one day he would call names. I said this before to all those who came into contact with khan they need to step back and ask if they have any guilt.

Well said.

New York, NY

#20 Jun 29, 2006
Kenneth wrote:
Please save your comments for the folsk in S.E. Washington who some of them do not know better. Sorry how Guyanese can be so stupid.
dam i can't believe what i am reading. Roger khan is a crimial and should be hung for all th ecrimes he commited. that it end of story.
on another note, east indians in guyana have been deal with drugs for years, so please spare me the bullshit.

New York, NY

#21 Jun 29, 2006
well good news. khan is now in the hands of the us goverment. they should lost his sorry ass away in the federal pen.

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