Guyanese cash jet pilot found guilty of cocaine trafficking, money laundering

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October 6 2018

After using his private jet to transport cocaine from Guyana to the United States, Guyanese pilot Khamraj Lall now faces a long jail term following a unanimous jury conviction on Thursday for eight counts of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and money laundering.

Lall, who hobnobbed with politicians from the former administration and had even transported then President Donald Ramotar, is to be sentenced on January 8th, 2019 in the courtroom of Judge Anne E. Thompson. His possessions, inclusive of two aircraft and one high end vehicle, will now be forfeited.