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Violinist Inge Schluer entertains guests on Wednesday when the Ministry of Science and Technology, in
partnership with the National Information and Communication Technology Company Ltd, (iGovTT) and the
e-Business Roundtable of T&T hosted the sponsor's launch of the national business and innovation
symposium at the Hilton Trinidad, St Ann's. PHOTO: ANDRE ALEXANDER
Although United States authorities have claimed
a Surinamese businessman visited Trinidad last
year to conduct a US$60,000 drug deal, neither
cash nor drugs were found when he was arrested
by local police.
This was revealed yesterday by Sgt
Michael Vasquez, the police officer who
arrested Edward Muntslag on August 29
last year after US authorities issued a pro-
visional warrant for his arrest.
While being cross-examined by
Muntslag s lawyer Keith Scotland yester-
day, Vasquez said he received the warrant
days before the arrest, but was only able
to execute it when he received information
that Muntslag was shopping in Trincity
Although Vasquez said Muntslag under-
stood the warrant, which was read to him
during his arrest, Scotland claimed that
would have been impossible because his
client was not fluent in English.
Scotland also questioned Vasquez, who
is assigned to the Organised Crime, Nar-
cotics and Firearms Bureau (OCNFB), on
whether any drugs or money were found
in Muntslag s hotel room.
Vasquez said only Muntslag s personal
belongings were found.
The Central Authority and US author-
ities are being represented by Israel Khan,
SC, and Jagdeo Singh.
The extradition case, before Chief Mag-
istrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar, is expected
to continue on October 14, when perma-
nent secretary in the Office of the Attorney
General Marlene Juman will complete her
testimony on the authenticity of
Muntslag s extradition documents sent by
Surinamese extradition case...
Witness: No cash found when accused was held
Muntslag, 30, is jointly charged with Dino
Bouterse, the 41-year-old son of Suriname's
president Desi Bouterse, for conspiring to import
almost ten kilos of cocaine into the US.
Bouterse was extradited to the US last year
after being arrested in Panama last year.
He was later slapped with an additional charge
for providing material support to the Lebanese
militant and political group Hezbollah, which the
US has designated a terrorist organisation.
The terrorism charge arose from meetings in
Greece and Panama with undercover US agents,
posing as representatives of the militant
Bouterse is said to have agreed to take US$2
million to provide Hezbollah operatives with fake
identities, weapons, including surface to air
missiles, and locations in his country to establish
bases to attack US and Dutch targets.
Bouterse pleaded guilty earlier this month and
is scheduled to be sentenced in January. He
faces a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison.
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