Published On: Wed, Dec 19th, 2018

OM disappointed after postponement pretrial session Jamaloodin

OvJ-Guillano-SchoopWILLEMSTAD - No pretrial session this morning in the Maximus case against former Minister of Finance George Jamaloodin. Jamaloodin’s lawyer Eldon Sulvaran has filed a notice of objection against the prosecution of his client.

Jamaloodin is suspected by the Public Prosecution (OM) of being the 'intermediary in the murder of former Member of Parliament and popular political leader Helmin Wiels. Text messages between Jamaloodin and Burney, Nino, Fonseca are being used as evidence.

According to Jamaloodin's lawyer, his client is not receiving a fair trial and there is no reason to prosecute him because apparently, the OM has used a ghost witness.

Press officer Guillano Schoop says it is regrettable that the case did not take place this morning, but the Public Prosecution Service respects the law that offers opportunities for filing an objection.

Photo: Guillano Schoop (credit: Extra)

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