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Letter: Response from Ralph Ramkarran
Published on August 17, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

Dear Sir:

For several weeks now you have been carrying startlingly defamatory allegations about me in connection with an alleged fraud on a bank in the Cayman Islands relating to the Estate of Yusuf Mongroo.

You have used the protection against defamation claims available to you as an internet facility to malign my good name without respite.

I am one of the lawyers representing Sasedai Persaid (sic), one of the beneficiaries of the estate of Yusuf Mongroo. You should know that everyone hitherto associated with this matter have had similar accusations publicly leveled at them, including my client, the lawyer of 40 years who drew up the Will and the prominent and respected doctor who witnessed it, all at the instigation of your current informant.

The allegations against me are totally and completely false. They are based on suspicion, innuendo and alleged reports to the Police. You ought to know that reports to the Police can be defamatory if published and are certainly defamatory in this case.

No Police from Guyana or any other jurisdiction has communicated with me, has advised me of any allegation against me or has sought to question me. I am not surprised at this because your fanciful reporting and theories have no foundation in fact, are false and are untrue. Your reporting on this matter continues to victimise me.

I should be obliged if you would publish this letter.

Ralph Ramkarran
 
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