These two questions feature prominently as news broke tonite about cameras found on the premise of AFC member Peter Ramsaroop.
A woman, Nicole Ming, an employee of Guyana Times and a personal friend of a very senior official claimed that she was being spied on. She occupied a garage that was also an office owned by Ramsaroop where she paid a rent. She claims that she noticed cameras and believes that she was being spied on.
What is so tricky about this situation is that the woman at the centre of the allegations is known for her personal relationship with this very senior and influential public official.
They were in Lethem together and she recently travelled to a neighboring country to meet him and her boss, her good friend.
We have seen a police report which said that three cameras were found in the apartment as the police probe how they were placed there and by whom- Ramsaroop? well, it is his property.
But something is not right about this story. We know that the woman reported the matter to the senior official and it was him to alerted the police.
What we don’t understand is how she was renting Ramsaroop’s apartment in the first place when she was dating the said official for more than two months.
Was it a well-orchestrated planned? Were the cameras placed there at someone else?
The quick action of the police is notable like we have seen in the CN Sharma matter and wonder if this is how the PPP intends to take down their opponents as General Elections near.