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Yesterday,http://www.cheapcustomjerseys.us.com/MLB/, resounding wails were the common factor between 21-year-old Trevor Barrow, and Charles Rawlins,Wholesale Jerseys China, 28, as they were being escorted to the courtroom of Magistrate Judy Latchman at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court where they were later read separate Robbery Under Arms charges.As the robbery accused sat in the prisoners’ docks of a full courtroom, Rawlins and Barrow wailed that they were innocent and further stated that they would kill themselves if they are convicted for a crime they “had not committed.”Before the Magistrate appeared in the courtroom, ranks tried to quiet them but Rawlins was adamant in his pleas. He moaned “Right now this thing hutting me,NFL Jerseys For Sale, I would jump out the window and kill meself.”“It hutting me bad, I ain’t gonna snatch two Blackberry to survive,Cheap Basketball Jerseys, I doan deh pun them things. I got four children, who gon look after me children?” a tearful Rawlins questioned.Both men got down on their knees and continued their cries, and even attempted to reach out to the woman the police say they had robbed.When Magistrate Latchman addressed the duo, they started crying loudly even before the charge was read to them. It is alleged that on  January 12, at Agricola, while armed with a handgun they robbed Althea Bailey of two cell phones which cost $45,000.When the charge was first read to them, the Magistrate informed them that they would not be required to plead since at that point the charge was still deemed indictable. When asked whether they would like to have their matter tried in the Magistrates’ Court as opposed to the High Court,Cheap Jerseys Supply, the duo was seen shaking their heads “in defeat.”In response, Barrow said “Magistrate anything could happen” whilst Rawlins stammered “right here ma worship.” The two men then sniffed and sobbed as the charge was re-read to them.The two men pleaded not guilty to the charge and told the court that they both are residents of Agricola, East Bank Demerara. Barrow identified himself as a diver in the “bush” who has no previous charges or convictions. Rawlins stated that he is a Stabroek Market vendor who is currently facing an assault charge in Court 10.Rawlin’s tale however did not end there, he explained to the court that he had been a “bad boy” but had changed his ways. He said that he knew who the robbers were and added that he was denied an opportunity to identify the robbers when he informed the police of such.The Prosecution offered objections to the duo being granted bail, stating that the serious nature and prevalence of the offence are substantial grounds for them to be held.The Prosecution added  that a weapon was used in the commission of the offence and informed the Magistrate that the two defendants were trying to speak to the witness whilst in court. He opined that if granted their pre-trial liberty, they would interfere with the victim.Bail was refused to the duo and the matter was adjourned until January 22 for statements.
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