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Filbert Street seeks Rapid Response to new police unit

Scene: TV studio in Port of Spain Presenter: “Welcome back to the DayBreak show and I’m delighted to introduce my next guest, Sergeant Snail of the newly formed Rapid Response Unit. Good morning Sgt Snail.” Sgt Snail: “Good morning, Fuzzy. Sorry I’m late. Traffic.” Presenter: “Haha; so you get stuck …

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Seventeen million reasons to worry? Or maybe not…

Pause for a second and picture the most uncaring, criminally-minded person you ever met or heard of in Trinidad and Tobago. Now picture that person with over $17 million at his disposal. It can put a damper on your tidings of joy, huh? Mr Live Wire has a few concerns …

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Seetahal catches Beetham bug

An eruption of fury from Beetham Gardens has again captivated and repulsed Trinidad and Tobago over the past week as the debate raged over lawlessness, police force, newspaper ethics and the nation’s attitude to its angry, poorer class. Thankfully, on this occasion no one threatened to shoot Beetham residents and …

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Gary the Gunslinger advises self into National Security post

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar told the nation today that she was advised to appoint former Defence Force Captain Gary Griffith as her fourth National Security Minister in three years. It might not have been the most impartial advice the Prime Minister ever received. Her advisor on national …

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Police Commissioners abuse statistics and union leader

Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams said yesterday that he was hurt by criticism of the nation’s police work. Although, possibly, not as hurt as the dozens of persons who his lawmen detained without evidence and released, without charge, four days later. Williams explained that “from a policing perspective, using …

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Kamla goes rogue: PM attacks police; gives Khadijah THA love

Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar assured citizens on Monday night that she remains “committed to cooperating with the Police” in its investigation of alleged emails that suggest misbehaviour in office, at best, by herself and several senior Government ministers. She also suggested that the Police was susceptible to …

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Deputy CoP gets tough and gets going on emailgate

Deputy Commissioner of Police (CoP) Mervyn Richardson is on the verge of solving the e-mail scandal that has gripped Trinidad and Tobago for the past two weeks and could feasibly spell doom for either the political career of the Opposition Leader or the Prime Minister and Attorney General. Either that …

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Tunapuna Police creates own SOE on Un-Fairley Street

Upper Fairley Street in Tunapuna is supposedly plagued by drug trafficking and suffered two murders within the last two years. Senior Superintendent David Abraham thinks he knows just the right response. Start making drug-related arrests and let the courts clean up the area? Nope. That would take too long. Infiltrate …

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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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