Sixteen 'plotters' to be freed
Posted: Monday, December 5, 2011
Sixteen 'plotters' to be freed
SIXTEEN men, including a policeman, detained in connection with a plot to assassinate the Prime Minister and three members of Cabinet as well as create public disorder and panic, are set to be released sometime tomorrow, as the state of emergency comes to an end tonight at midnight.
Time runs out on police probing PM terror plot
SEVENTEEN men detained by police in connection with an alleged plot to assassinate Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar and three Government ministers will likely be released without charge as time runs out on investigators. The State has until midnight, when the State of Emergency ends, to either charge the detainees or release them.
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Attorney General Anand Ramlogan says the law must take its course and if there is no evidence against the 16 detainees, then they must be set free.
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FEAR AND SORROW
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'Angry mountains' wreak havoc
OVER 13 early-morning landslides cut off parts of the Paria Main Road from Sans Souci to Grande Riviere, in north east Trinidad after heavier-than-usual rainfall over the weekend.
...Man dies in landslide after saving relatives
Met Office warns of more rain
Residents still picking up pieces
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Thumbs up for elderly care plan
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4 senior staff found guilty
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House pays tribute to Joseph
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Sentinel guards robbed of $$, pistol
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Search continues for Tunapuna suspect
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Cops hunt four gunmen
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