Can anyone guess what the next Amnesty International Report on Human Rights abuses in Guyana will be like?
Well for one, no amount of government input will be sought.
None will be factored into the report.
It will contain numerous outlandish opposition claims of state sanctioned torture despite there being only about 5 or 6 known cases in which 2 prison officers were prosecuted, 2 police men currently under close arrest as investigations continue and officers of the army disciplined.
In fact all of the allegations were investigated, reports documented and submitted and action taken where necessary.
It will take into account the Opposition list of 'dead' persons that keeps evolving with time.
That started with the accusation in a U.S court that Roger Khan was responsible for the deaths of over 200 persons. It was then masturbated by the Opposition to mean 200 'Black men'. After the juice ran out of 200 'Black men' was changed to 400 'suspicious deaths' then further to 450 'suspicious deaths'. Notice how the title and focus evolved as people began to grow weary of the bombardment of their ears and eyes with the Roger Khan issue.
Guyana will be rated alongside Uganda, Myanmar, Somalia, East Timor etc.
As for Amnesty International. The organization's relationship with those that have a partisan political agenda and willingness to accept their one-sided views as facts are an indication of what is to come. Trotman has already contacted them on the accusation of torture being leveled against police officers investigating the death of a former deputy regional chairman so we should all know what to expect.