Posted: Friday, October 22, 2021. 9:06 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, the Supreme Court bail application for Darrell “Tutsi Roll” Usher, son of Minister of State Gilroy Usher Sr., took an unexpected turn when the prosecution could not determine whether or not it was objecting to bail, stating that Usher is about to be indicted on other criminal charges.
Usher’s attorney, Richard “Dickie” Bradley, went as far as to say that Usher is being “targeted” as Senior Crown council, Sheneiza Smith, had no basis for the claim that Usher is wanted for any other crimes.
“She made the incredible claim this morning, with no kind of papers, to say that Darrel Usher is currently to be indicted in the Supreme Court on five counts of attempted murder,” Bradley said.
He went on to say that Smith could not make a sensible presentation to the judge nor say definitively whether or not she was objecting to bail. Bradley said that if she had objected, they would have had to ventilate the matter in court where it would have been shown that there is a court record showing that Usher has no outstanding charges.
Usher’s bail application was adjourned until Monday, October 25.
Usher was arraigned this week in the Belize City Magistrate Court before Magistrate Khiana Gordon on two charges, one count of kept firearm without being granted a gun license and one count of kept ammunition without a license. The bust was made on October 16, 2021. He was allegedly found with a gun believed to be a murder weapon in a recent incident.
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