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The Department of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has been on the hunt for 43-year-old Oudit Narain Seenarain who allegedly purchased dozens of guns to ship back to his home country of Guyana. The kicker? Seenarian has been on the run since 2006 when a grand jury in Georgia indicted him on five counts of firearms tracking, Guns.com reported. 


According to his ATF wanted poster, Seenarian is wanted for multiple charges:

On or about June 2005, Seenarain was arrested for federal firearms trafficking. Seenarain failed to appear for his court hearing and the Northern District of Georgia Magistrate Judge issued another arrest warrant for him. Seenarain is also wanted by the Sheriff's Office in Henry County, Georgia for Strong Arm Rape, Kidnapping and Sodomy. Considered armed and dangerous.

Last March, Seenarian told Kaieteur News that he was on the International Police (Interpol)’s most wanted list. 

He said he appeared on the wanted list because of false allegations made against him. One person accused him of kidnapping them and assaulting someone else. The accuser was charged with making false statements.

When Seenarian found out he was on the International Police's most wanted list, he hired an international attorney to have him removed from said list. 

From Kaieteur News:

Legal documents were submitted to the agency dated July 18, 2016 and a reply was obtained from Interpol by letter on August 1, 2016.

Seenarain was informed by Interpol that his request was admissible and that it was being processed.
Interpol on September 12, 2016, informed the businessman that he had been removed from the list.

“The commission consulted the National Central Bureau (NCB) of the United States. This NCB authorised the commission to inform you that there is no longer any information in Interpol’s database emanating from the United States concerning you,” Interpol in its correspondence stated.

Expressing relief yesterday, Seenarain said that he can move freely without looking over his shoulder. He spoke about his friends distancing themselves from him and the massive decline in business that his company, EMaster Corporation, had endured.

Kaieteur News yesterday checked the Interpol’s most wanted list and found that Seenarain name was indeed taken off.

However, additional checks to other site showed that he is still on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearm (ATF) and Explosives Most Wanted list.


Seenarian said he's not sure how the ATF got his information but believes it came from the Interpol database. 

Federal authorities believe he fled to his hometown of Georgetown, Guyana. He is believed to be armed and dangerous.

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