God is good says Guyanese Bishop charged with killing wife in

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related‘She didn’t deserve this’ – relatives of murdered T&T-based Guyanese pastorOctober 15, 2018In “Crime”Canadian remanded to prison for cocaine in AcharFebruary 27, 2014In “Crime”Trinidadian jailed for fraud conspiracy, overstayingMay 23, 2017In “Court” ‘God is good’ were the words from Melroy Corbin after his court appearance on the charge that he murdered his wife, pastor Alisa Ali.Charged: Melroy CorbinAccording to a report in the online edition of the Trinidad Express, Corbin, 45; a Guyanese bishop residing in Trinidad, cried as he faced Chaguanas Magistrate Adrian Darmanie.The magistrate told Corbin he was not called upon to plead to the indictable offence that he murdered Ali; also a Guyanese, at Gill Trace, Lamont Street, Longdenville on October 13, the Express stated.Ali, a grandmother, was stabbed multiple times at her home, located next to her church.The charge was laid on Monday by corporal Jane Stephen-James of the Homicide Bureau of Investigations.Murdered: Pastor Alisa AliCorbin who is also known as Mel, was told by the court that it was a non-bailable offence.According to the Express, when asked about representation, Corbin mentioned applying to Legal Aid but also said that he will try to get his mother to organize a lawyer for him.The magistrate remanded him into custody until November 20.Corban said, “God is good” as he was being led away by police officers, the Express reported. read more

San Frans Union Square temporarily shut down due to bomb scare

first_imgA PRIME TOURIST location in San Francisco was shut down for two hours today due to a bomb scare.According to ABC7 News, the scare was caused by a suspicious backpack.Union Square was shut down for two hours as police investigated the bag, concluding that it did not have explosives in it, said the San Francisco Chronicle.It has since been reopened.The scare had meant runners picking up items for the Nike Women’s Marathon, which is due to be held on Sunday, were among those who had to leave the area.last_img