DPP: Bakr can testify
Posted: Tuesday, September 4, 2012
DPP: Bakr can testify
JAMAAT al Muslimeen leader, Yasin Abu Bakr, deliberately did not attend the commission of inquiry into the July 27, 1990 attempted coup as scheduled yesterday, drawing the ire of the commissioners who have admonished him for failing to obey the subpoena issued for his attendance.
Bakr fails to appear
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Hear Bakr in Secret
DPP to Commission
Commission peeved by imam's failure to show up
Yasin Abu Bakr yesterday ignored the subpoena to appear before the Commission of Enquiry into the 1990 coup attempt... his attorney, Wayne Sturge, also failed to appear to state why his client was not present
Moonilal defends Independence $$
Leader of Government Business Dr Roodal Moonilal has defended the Government's decision to spend millions of dollars in this year's Independence Day celebrations, saying figures on Government spending will be made available to the public in due course.
Warner: No expense spared
23 injured in Tobago crash
Roget: Expect gas shortages
Despite assurances by Petrotrin, Oilfields Workers' Trade Union (OWTU) president general Ancel Roget has warned the public to expect gas shortages, since Petrotrin operations are at a standstill.
Panic buying fuels shortage
Industrial action at Petrotrin
Hassanali: Petrotrin can't pay profit-sharing
Petrotrin cannot afford to pay the profit-sharing that has, in part, triggered the shutdown at Petrotrin's refinery at Pointe-a-Pierre over the past three days.
Vicky charged with money laundering
Businesswoman Vicky Boodram became the first person to be charged with money laundering under the Proceeds of Crime Act (2000) yesterday when she appeared in the San Fernando Magistrates Court accused of committing over $2 million in fraud.
$2.6M buys house, land, car
FOLLOWING her arrest last year on 19 fraud charges stemming from an alleged million-dollar cruise ship fraud, travel agent Vicky Boodram was re-arrested last Wednesday for money laundering.
Vicky Boodram spends night in jail
CRUISE SHIP fraud-accused businesswoman Vicky Boodram went to jail last night, after being denied bail on charges of fraud and forgery related to purchases including a Mercedes Benz, house and land.
Jack: Probe cop brutality video
A VIDEO which purports to depict a plainclothes police officer slapping a man and then taking him away in a marked police car has evoked the ire of National Security Minister Jack Warner.
Twenty-three people, most of them members of TT's military service, are alive today after surviving an accident in which the army truck they were travelling in overturned while en route from Charlotteville, Tobago on Sunday night.
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Collin Partap 'keeping busy'
COLLIN PARTAP has not been seen in public since being fired ten days ago as minister in the Ministry of National Security, but he is said to be spending time working in his constituency of Cumuto/Manzanilla.
Therese to return in 2 weeks
Therese Baptiste-Cornelis, former Trinidad and Tobago ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, will be returning to this country in two weeks' time...
Principals to face probe
Tim on decision to keep schools closed
Flood-hit Diego residents claim runaround from Govt
No classes at 19 schools
School bell rings at Baptist school
FOURTEEN years of waiting ended yesterday for the Shouter Baptist community as their very first primary school officially opened its doors to staff and students.
6,000 TT Card holders get $2M Independence 'error'
6,000 card holders accidentally got double their monthly payment from First Citizens Bank, the service provider for the Ministry of the People and Social Development.
Volney: Prison pardons programme delayed
Government's promise to release 50 prisoners as part of the commemoration of the country's 50th anniversary of Independence has hit a snag.
WPC turned State witness in second court appearance
WOMAN Police Constable Nicole Clement who turned State witness in the murder trial against six police officers charged in the Barrackpore shootings last year, yesterday made her second appearance in the Princes Town Magistrate's Court on the charge of perverting the course of public justice.
Guard found dead at school
The Diamond Vale Government Primary School failed to open yesterday due to the death of a MTS security guard.
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