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Sandy’s slippage of the tongue

The National Security Minister admitted there has been some “slippage” since last year’s State of Emergency in terms of citizenry security and he is still working on a better blend of relationship between police and nationals. Brigadier John Sandy then admitted his political lingo was a work in progress and …

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Pulverise And Serve

Police Service and Welfare Association President Sgt Anand Ramesar admitted lawmen crossed the line during their duties at the Panorama semi-finals and suggested that anger management and retraining was necessary for men trained to concentrate on force. Ramesar’s sentiments contrasted with the more combative tone of Police Commissioner Dwayne Gibbs …

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See no evil

A 26-year-old State witness, Kevin Ellis, was murdered just a day after providing the police with information on an attempted murder in Ste Madeleine. Neither the Police nor the State has yet explained how DNA legislation, a light aircraft or the hangman’s noose would protect people who report crimes to …

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Gibbs: You’re safe, until you’re not

CoP Dwayne Gibbs says that Trinidad and Tobago citizens shouldn’t fear being murdered unless they happened to know a murderer. Presumably, he meant longer than the seconds it takes for the murderer to pull the trigger.

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