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Gov’t corruption busters still ignore Soca Warriors

England Premiership star and national football team captain Kenwyne Jones joined the chorus of 2006 World Cup players who are requesting government intervention over unpaid bonuses negotiated by Works Minister and ex-FIFA VP Jack Warner.

The normally talkative Sport Minister Anil Roberts says little of note on the six-year dispute and the Prime Minister ignored a letter from the players; although the unaccounted State funds is enough to lease about 200 light airplanes. Wired868 understands that the PM and swim coach aren’t fond of Warner’s tsunamis.

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