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May 3, 2019

Danny Mason to be Represented by Guyanese Attorney in Murder Trial

William “Danny” Mason returns to court on May fourteenth before Justice Antoinette Moore in the Belmopan Supreme Court.  When he goes back, he will be represented by Guyanese attorney Dexter Todd for the beheading of Pastor Llewellyn Lucas on July sixteenth, 2016. His co-accused for the gruesome murder are Terence Fernandez, Ashton Vanegas, Keiron Fernandez, and Ernest Castillo. Their trial started in March 2019, but then attorneys, Herbert Panton and Rachel Montejo, shifted course and Mason and the others were left to find new legal representation. Mason, a Guyanese national, is also known as Rajesh Ouelette.  His house in Belmopan was well known to senior politicians and the Minister of National Security is said to have partnered with Mason who funded his Belmopan football team.  In July 2016, the head of the pastor was found in a bucket inside the pan of Mason’s truck. Lucas was at Mason’s house prior to his beheading and video footage presented in court captured him leaving the property as someone with a knife was behind him. So far a number of witnesses have been called to testify.

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