Williams: No delay in compiling Partap report
Posted: Thursday, September 6, 2012
Williams: No delay in compiling Partap report
There will be no delay in sending the file on the incident involving then minister Collin Partap at the Belmont Police Station to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard.
Williams: No delay in Partap matter
THERE is no hold-up in the presentation of a file to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard on the incident involving former minister in the Ministry of National Security Collin Partap, acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams has said
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Partap to serve his people
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Hole in Beetham Highway
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Highway sinkhole causes massive jam
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Prakash: COP pulling out of Partnership, not an issue
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Cop leader: We're not leaving Govt
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Probe into FIFA allegations against Jack re-opened
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Bakr's refusal to testify sent to DPP
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...suggested that evidence be taken from former prime ministers Patrick Manning and Basdeo Panday as well as a former government minister in the National Alliance for Reconstruction (NAR) government.
DPP to decide how to deal with Bakr
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Coastguardsman dies in mishap on Claude Noel Highway
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...Victim: I did nothing to provoke attack
Terrence Augustine, the man recorded on video being slapped across the face and arrested by a police officer, said yesterday he had done nothing to provoke the incident.
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