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Posted: Tuesday, May 6, 2014

A lone gunman armed with a high powered weapon - part of a plot originating from behind prison walls - was responsible for the shooting death of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal on Sunday morning.

PM ups reward ante by $2.5m
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar “upped the ante” last night offering a whopping total reward of $3.5 million for information leading to the arrest, prosecution and conviction of the killer/killers of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal

$3.5m REWARD
Govt, CrimeStoppers offer incentive leading to arrest and conviction of Dana’s killers

$3.5M reward

...Suspect in hiding after policeman’s tip-off
ONE of the men involved in the murder of senior counsel Dana Seetahal was reportedly tipped off by a police officer that he was wanted for questioning into her killing and has since gone into hiding.

DPP: Irresponsible to link murder to Dana's work
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard last evening warned any link, unsupported by evidence

Autopsy reveals: Dana shot 5 times with a 'small gun'

Security status now up to amber
As the killers of special prosecutor Dana Seetahal, SC, remain on the loose, the country's national security status has been heightened and has been changed from green to amber

Tears for Dana
IT was a brief but highly emotional sitting for the Vindra Naipaul-Coolman murder trial yesterday following the brutal assassination of co-lead prosecutor Dana Seetahal, SC

Pensive mood as case put off to May 12

Fear grips lawyers as Dana's killing sinks in

The shocking and violent murder of prominent attorney Dana Seetahal, SC, has sent such shockwaves throughout the legal and judicial fraternity that many attorneys are now reeling with fear and paranoia.

Law Association: Attorneys must continue to work fearlessly

Magistrates to meet with Chief Justice
...Safety concerns

Senate to pay tribute today
The Senate, one of the many forums in which slain Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal left her mark, will pay tribute today to the former Independent senator

Chamber calls for greater role by National Security

Dana advocated for establishment of drug court
Seetahal served as an independent senator from 2002 to 2010.

Grenada PM shocked
Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell was in shock yesterday over the news of the murder of Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal.

Joseph: She provided vital training
Former national security minister Martin Joseph said he had a poignant moment yesterday when he cried as he thought about senior counsel Dana Seetahal.

'Dana's death must trigger change in T&T'
Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (Transparency):

Religious leaders call it a sad day for T&T

Republic Bank shares climb to $120.60
Overall market activity resulted from trading in 12 securities of which five advanced, one declined and six traded firm.

Fire, east of Beetham Landfill
A minor fire outside the Beetham Landfill in Port-of-Spain had the managers of the Solid Waste Management Company Ltd (SWMCOL) on “high alert"

The amazing life of Emmanuel Brown
Working on the train...

Friends shot dead 12 hours apart
The murder of two friends, less than 12 hours apart, has officially pushed the murder toll to 160.

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