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, on the East Coast of Demerara, Jagdeo had announced that the footage will not be released.The President had recently indicated that there are still members of the gang operating in Guyana; and if the video footage is released, it will undermine the undercover operation of the area from whence the video footage was taken.?“It will still betray where they were taken from, and I don’t want to put anyone at risk. We still feel that there may be elements of the gang that are out there, and we are actively pursuing them now. In fact, I had a report where they are still looking for some members of the gang. ‘Fine Man’ and ‘Skinny’ are dead, and some others, but there are still other members of the gang, and they had a support infrastructure that we are trying to dismantle…so the footage is not going to be released,” the President had explained.Earlier in the year, President Jagdeo had revealed that the security forces are in possession of video tapes which contain engrossing evidence of the Rondell Rawlins Gang operating on the East Coast of Demerara.The other set of footage was taken by informants who had hidden cameras and who were sitting next to the criminals.The President had noted that if the footage was to be released, then some persons would be embarrassed, as the video would show a lot of political figures who are linked to the criminals.People’s National Congress Reform leader Robert Corbin has also long questioned whether such footage really exists.During an earlier press briefing, Corbin said that he has been hearing of such video footage existing ever since the former president of Guyana and late leader of the PNCR, Hugh Desmond Hoyte, was alive.Apart from Rondell Rawlins and Jermaine Charles, several persons, whose images were purportedly extracted from the footage, have been shot and killed by the Joint Services in recent months.Among the men fingered in the released photographs and are now dead are 17-year-old Otis Fiffee, called ‘Mud Up’; Cecil Ramcharran, 42, called ‘Uncle Willie,’ and Robin Chung, called ‘Chung Boy’, 16.