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Posted: Tuesday, April 15, 2014

SENIOR Forensic Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov yesterday revealed that Keanna Mayers and her brother Omari, were strangled and not poisoned as was initially thought.

She could not believe death texts sent by dad about killing his two infants were serious

Dad never showed violence to toddlers, says grieving mom

Psychologist: Children being used as pawns
CHILDREN are being used as pawns between parents when relationships go sour.

Ramesar blames police killing on poor training
Shut down RRU

Autopsy: Police victim shot from three feet away
Autopsy revealed he was shot once in the back as he tried to run from police officers on Friday in Carenage

Autopsy: Dean shot in back at close range

ANR to lie in state at Waterfront Centre
It would have cost over $5 million to prepare the Rotunda at the Red House so that the body of former president and prime minister Arthur NR Robinson could lie in state there for two days.

Hochoy Charles: Robinson died a sad man
... because the issue of constitutional reform for Tobago still remains to be addressed.

Vindra's husband: I paid a bribe
RENNIE COOLMAN, husband of murdered businesswoman Vindra Naipaul-Coolman yesterday admitted paying $75,000 to a woman to ensure he would not be charged with his wife's murder.

CNMG suspends 'Face-Off' programme
Caribbean New Media Group (CNMG) has suspended its current affairs programme, Face-Off amid reports the show was not sufficiently reflecting the work of the Government.

CNMG axes talk show

Historian: Urgent counselling needed to stem the violence

Report in two weeks on St Michael's Home death
... after the falling death of 14-year-old Brandon Hargreaves at St Michael's Home for Boys, in Diego Martin.

Court rules against DPP in Panday case
A HIGH Court judge has ruled that Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard, SC, will not be able to reopen the integrity trial of former Prime Minister Basdeo Panday

Rowley: I'm ready to be next PM
People's National Movement (PNM) political leader Dr Keith Rowley says his slate is ready to fight the general election, after he wins the May 19 internal election.

11,000 people join PNM

New Independent Senator appointed
President Anthony Carmona has appointed Rev Joy Evelyn Abdul-Mohan as an Independent Senator, Office of the President said in a release yesterday.

Personal vendetta against the Govt
AG on 'Sunday Express' exclusive:

Devant speaks at UN Assembly
... joint forum hosted by the UN Assembly and Economic and Social Council (Eosoc) last week.

UPDATE - When the Ortoire River glows
Awesome natural phenomenon...

CAL planes radar ready

Dumas presses ahead with PSC lawsuit
Police Service Commission now faces a legal challenge against the legality of two other members, which if successful, can render its previous decisions unconstitutional.

...Ramesar: Shut down the PCA
PRESIDENT of the Police Social and Welfare Association, Insp Anand Ramesar yesterday called for the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) to be shut down.

Evidence not secure at police stations
Deosaran's last day as PSC chairman:

...Too many officers absent from court
THE absenteeism rate of police officers to court, which leads to the eventual dismissal of matters, is "unduly high"

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