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Controversial ex-FIFA VP concedes his last political post

Austin “Jack” Warner, an unabashed gift taker, an amateur accountant of astounding creativity, one of the greatest storytellers of his generation and a servant of football, Trinidad and Tobago and, most of all, himself, passed away as a political entity on Saturday 27 April 2013 after resigning his seat in …

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Fixin’ T&T demands fresh T&T general elections

FIXIN’ T&T reiterates its call for the Kamla Persad-Bissessar led People’s Partnership government to immediately seek a fresh mandate from the citizens of Trinidad & Tobago.  We welcome the resignation of Mr. Jack Warner from the Cabinet and our Parliament.   Mrs. Persad-Bissessar however must not now be allowed to have conveniently …

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“Kam-Jack” on the rocks; PM calls Warner an “oxymoron”

Jack Warner probably has British soul singer Adele’s “21” album on repeat these days. And there was another excuse for ice cream and chocolates last night as Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar recommended that he “clear his name” rather than worry about the Chaguanas West seat. Persad-Bissessar seemed unimpressed with Warner’s …

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Jack spoiling for a fight in Chaguanas

Jack Warner did not try to prove his innocence of a stream of financial crimes last night at the Pierre Recreation Ground, Charlieville. He just tried to taint everyone else by association. FIFA, he said, paid bills at the Centre of Excellence. Only FIFA never actually claimed ownership of the …

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The Jack Warner story: Made in Trinidad and Tobago

Chuck Blazer, former CONCACAF general secretary and chief financial officer, in Jack Warner’s authorised biography “From Zero To Hero”, which was written by Trinidad Guardian sport editor Valentino Singh. “Jack (Warner) is a measure of reality for those who like bullshit.” National Security Minister Jack Warner’ initially offered a trademark …

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The CONCACAF Investigative Report

Wired868 offers readers a look at the Executive Summary of the CONCACAF Integrity Committee’s Investigative Report into the conduct of the previous CONCACAF administration and, in particular, the conduct of its former president and present Trinidad and Tobago National Security Minister Jack Warner and its former general secretary and chief …

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CONCACAF: Warner “deceived us” on Centre of Excellence

Ex-Barbados chief justice Sir David Simmons accused Trinidad and Tobago’s National Security Minister and former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner of fraudulent behaviour and deceiving CONCACAF regarding the ownership of the Macoya-based Centre of Excellence at today’s CONCACAF Congress in Panama City, Panama. Simmons, according to Reuters, claimed that Warner hid …

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Defiant Warner scoffs at CONCACAF report

National Security Minister and disgraced former FIFA vice president Jack Warner claimed that the CONCACAF Integrity Committee’s report into his ownership of the Centre of Excellence and alleged fraudulent behavior while CONCACAF president was malicious and baseless. Warner also rubbished any suggestion that FIFA and CONCACAF did not know who …

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Warner strips to his silk boxers; oh dear

National Security Minister Jack Warner has vowed to treat the Trinidad and Tobago media to his British “silk” boxers. Even Wired868, who has taken up the challenge to see Warner in court, is praying that the former FIFA Vice-President is referring to his expensively assembled legal team of British Queen’s …

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Yes, Prime Minister: Kamla puts foot down on Warner issue

Scene: Office of the Prime Minister (National Security Minister Jack Warner walks in and closes the door behind him) National Security Minister Jack Warner: Yes, Prime Minister. The AG told me you wanted to see me? Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar: It is over, Jack. This FBI business is the last …

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Kamla’s cold war

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has spent the past 72 hours afflicted by an unusual strain of the cold. Persad-Bissessar apparently shivers at the mere thought of attending any function that might have reporters present, such as Cabinet or Shouter Baptist Day celebrations. Yet, the Prime Minister had …

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