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Mar 5, 2013

Passport charges appear and Pakistani Belizean disappears

Where is Abbas Khan? Inside his home at number eighteen Third Street in Corozal Town, the police found six passports in the names of Tajinder Singh, Gagandeep Singh, Parminder Singh Baryar, Gurdeep Singh and Surjit Singh. The thirty eight year old Khan, under, told the police that the foreign nationals were not present in the country. Khan could not explain why he had these passports in his possession. Some reports claim that Khan was charged for unlawful possession of passports and he is allegedly detained at the Corozal Police Station awaiting a committal warrant. The incident occurred on Sunday March third and Khan somehow managed to escape custody. The arrest has been reported by the police but his escape from police custody is yet to be reported. Khan’s name surfaces in relation to a jewelry business in Corozal Town and a business in the Free Zone.

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8 Responses for “Passport charges appear and Pakistani Belizean disappears”

  1. Eye in the Sky says:

    Seems like Belize has become a haven for terrorists.

  2. Gone fishing says:

    “Khan somehow managed to escape custody”

    Sounds like he has the Hezbollah GOB connections.

  3. Nimbo says:

    Paid the police some dough and somehow they forgot to lock the cell? Sounds strange?

  4. Belizean Pride says:

    there are strings attached my fellow Belizeans, make it be a simple Belizean joe and watch him being carted around well secure with shackles to prison and these people seems like they escape in front of the police with nobody intending to stop him until his a few miles away then they say that the khan escape. how CAN they be so stupid to think we’re going to believe them. Some big cover up from someone above in the law is link to his escape simple as that.

  5. Al says:

    America better be aware that Belize can be a birthing place for a sleeping cell of terrorists. Belize has become a dangerous country to the US and actually the world. No one would think to look at this poor little country as a place or breathing ground for the launch of terrorism. All this occurs because of a lack of strong effective leadership. These passports could be a batch from that lot of passports that had been missing a few years ago. Some one was paid for those and the sad thing is that they have already used the money but the danger that could come from the use of those passports is very alive. There has to be a change in government, but the million dollar question is who is there, that is an honest man to lead this land out of this hell? We have to turn to God for that.

  6. Storm says:

    HERE’S THE LATEST HUGE SCANDAL FOR MIN. SALDIVAR AND COMPOL WHYLIE!

    It had to be a corrupt guard who he bought off. BRING HIM BACK BY SEIZING AND SECURING THE CONTENTS OF HIS JEWELRY STORE.

    The movement of international terrorists is a problem that obviously is too large and complex for us to handle alone, so we should immediately enlist the help of the Brit MI-6 and the US CIA.

  7. Bear says:

    The Roman Empire had a good law we need to adopt here: if a guard let a prisoner escape, the guard was required to serve the rest of the prisoner’s sentence!

    If anyone in our parliament gives a damn about corrupt guards, let him introduce such a law. Who can rationally oppose it?

  8. silvestre says:

    Terrorist knows how to pay good, to officers, that have family in there department to protect them. no one will bother them. check pan immigration scandal, they still working and no one say a word, like nothing happen.

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