Friday, April 23, 2010
C.N Sharma's son-in-law among persons charged after attempting to bribe rape victim.
Ravi Mangar, CN Sharma's son-in-law and owner of Gizmos & Gadgets in green top
CNS 6 employees Tyrone Ali and a driver along with an employee of Gizmos and Gadgets
In a shocking twist to the story surrounding rape allegations against CN Sharma his son-in-law along with several of his employees appeared in court today to answer to various changes stemming from their attempt to avert the course of justice. Three charges of obstructing the course of justice were read to Tyrone Ali, Mark Reid and Ravi Mangar and all were each granted $100000 bail.
Two attempt to obstruct the course of justice charges were levelled against two of Sharma's employees, namely, driver Doodnauth Sharma and Secretary, Raymattie Ramsaywack who were each granted bail at the sum of $100,000.
It was alleged that Ravi Mangar, owner of popular business Gizmos and Gadgets offered the victim $2M and a house to drop the case against his father-in-law, Sharma