Violent Beetham protests anger CoP
Posted: Tuesday, September 3, 2013
Violent Beetham protests anger CoP
Acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams says it is time for the police to get tough with people who break the law
Police, soldiers clash with Beetham residents
Tensions ran high yesterday as police and soldiers clashed with Beetham Gardens residents
Activist: Protests won't stop until probe starts
Beetham not backing down
Residents insist police killed unarmed man
Top cop: What about citizens' rights?
The gloves are off when dealing with communities such as the Beetham Gardens following the riots there on Sunday and yesterday.
Govt, Opposition in more crime talks Thursday
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Two new Judges appointed
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Early sitting for proportional representation bill debate
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Health sector gets poor rating in poll
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Febeau gets a spanking new school
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'Hospital worker may have stolen ultrasound machine'
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Prisoner held with ganja
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Cops kill would-be drug smuggler
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Phone caller gets 4 months for rape, murder threats
AFTER pleading guilty to telephoning a woman and threatening to rape, mutilate and kill her, Ian Roy was yesterday sentenced to four months in prison.
Trini parents' baby slain in NY shooting
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