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Thursday, October 1, 2009

[NYPD] WHOOP, there it is: "GUILTY!" Officer Rupnarine brutally stole the life of ex-girlfriend Guiatree and faces 25-to-life.

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TRANSIT COP FOUND GUILTY IN FIANCEE SLAY
New York Post
By William J. Gorta
Last Updated: 10:54 AM, October 1, 2009
Posted: 9:58 AM, October 1, 2009

An NYPD transit cop from Queens was found guilty of second-degree murder for fatally gunning down his beautiful ex-fiancée.

Harry Rupnarine, 39, was found guilty by a Queens Supreme Court jury Wednesday for killing Guiatree Hardat, 22, on Atlantic Avenue in Woodhaven on May 10, 2007.

Rupnarine had taken the stand in his own defense last month -- saying he had accidentally killed her with his 9 mm service Glock while trying to shoot two knife-wielding thugs.

Rupnarine worked on the Brooklyn Transit Task Force after graduating from the Police Academy in July 2005.

The shooting was a deadly end to the couple's tumultuous two-year relationship, which Hardat's friends and relatives said was rife with episodes of violence and jealousy.

The two Guyanese immigrants met while Rupnarine was patrolling the Crescent Street subway station in Brooklyn, shortly after he got out of the academy.

Relatives have claimed that Rupnarine had tormented Hardat from the onset of their romance, calling her at all hours of the night to see where she was and keeping her out late against the wishes of her traditional family. [Link]
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3 comments:

  1. Amen, I believe in prayers!!! I believe that our GOD will hear our voices through our families and supporters. Cloudwriter, thank you!!! God bless!!!

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  2. Killer cop sentenced to 25 years for girlfriend slay
    New York Post
    By William J. Gorta
    November 6, 2009

    An NYPD transit cop from Queens was sentenced to 25 years-to-life today after he was found guilty of second-degree murder for fatally gunning down his beautiful ex-fiancée.

    Harry Rupnarine, 39, was given the maximum sentence after a Queens Supreme Court jury found him guilty in September of killing Guiatree Hardat, 22, on Atlantic Avenue in Woodhaven on May 10, 2007.

    Rupnarine had taken the stand in his own defense, saying he had accidentally killed her with his 9 mm service Glock while trying to shoot two knife-wielding thugs.

    Rupnarine worked on the Brooklyn Transit Task Force after graduating from the Police Academy in July 2005.

    The shooting was a deadly end to the couple's tumultuous two-year relationship, which Hardat's friends and relatives said was rife with episodes of violence and jealousy.

    The two Guyanese immigrants met while Rupnarine was patrolling the Crescent Street subway station in Brooklyn, shortly after he got out of the academy.

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