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The CoP and the Commissioner’s Cup: How Fenwick tried to turn a $300k PYC proposal into a $2.8 mil project

Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith peered across the table at roughly half a dozen glum police officers in the Administration Building in Port-of-Spain. They were troubled about something but clearly too nervous to speak plainly. From several accounts, Griffith had no intention of making it any easier for them to …

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AG’s suspicious FIU report

Attorney General Anand Ramlogan went to the Senate yesterday with an impressive volume of data on the going-ons at the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU). There were 303 suspicious reports filed with the FIU in 2011 from which 65 are still being analysed, 54 were closed and seven were relayed to …

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Kamla cleared, Rowley defiant

The Integrity Commission ruled that PM Kamla Persad-Bissessar did not act unethically in FIU appointment of Susan Francois. Now, PNM Leader Keith Rowley wants her judged on “fairness, transparency and impartiality.” The fat lady is clearing her throat…

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