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Dad sad to know it was murder
Lincoln Guerra wrestled with emotions yesterday after police officer Darwin Ghouralal, 41, appeared before a San Fernando magistrate charged with the murder of his son Daniel Guerra. As Guerra received news at his Tabaquite home that Ghouralal was charged he kept his head bent, eyes downcast and responded, saying: “I am sad to know it was murder and not drowning.” Guerra, an auto-mechanic, who continued to keep his head down as he worked on a car under his house, said he never gave up hope that justice would be served.
“Once there is a God, I would not give up. You can’t trust anyone now. Man does fail you but God doesn’t fail you,” he said. The father, who did not really know the son who lived with his first wife, Rona Indarsingh, when they separated shortly after Daniel’s birth, said he wished he had the opportunity to do so. “I would have liked to know my son. If given the chance I would do it different,” said Guerra who is remarried and has three other children.
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