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DPP: Cops best suited
Posted: Thursday, May 8, 2014

DPP: Cops best suited
The issue of concocted, exaggerated civil assault cases filed by prisoners seeking unjust compensation from the State is now under a criminal probe.

...finds enough material for top cop to investigate criminal offences in prison litigation

DIRECTOR of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, says he is of the “unflinching view” that there is more than sufficient material in the ruling of High Court Master Patricia Sobion-Awai in the Jamal Sambury assault claim

Prison Inspector backs judge on jail reform

Prison officers still waiting for cellphone jammers
PRESIDENT of the Prison Officers Association (POA) Cerron Richards wants to know what became of the promise made by Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissesar a year ago for cellular phone jammers

Dana’s killer targets Cops
Suspected assassin has been fingered in a plot to kill a number of senior police officers

Businessmen fearful
Law Association president pleads to Govt: ...please catch Dana’s killers

AG as Senate pays tribute: She refused security in Jamaat case
Slain Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal, who undertook the State’s action on Jamaat al Muslimeen properties, had refused security offered to her

Heroine’s farewell today
…Machel to sing at funeral

National award for Seetahal

PNM wants foreign investigators for probe
No confidence the assassination of Dana Seetahal, SC, will be solved by local law enforcement officers

Pundit: TT must return to spirituality
PARAMACHARYA Pundit Hardeo Persad says the root of all atrocities of which we are victims, including Dana Seetahal’s gruesome murder, “lies in karma” and a “lack of spirituality."

Ramesh: Govt broke its promise
Judge dismisses Re-Route Movement’s attempt to halt highway

Re-Route’s court bid fails

AG hails ruling
ATTORNEY GENERAL (AG) Anand Ramlogan hailed Justice James Aboud’s earlier ruling against the Highway Reroute Movement (HRM).

...PM welcomes ruling in favour of Government
...ruling of Justice James Aboud who dismissed the application of the Highway Re-Route Movement (HRM) for a conservatory order to be granted

Jairam: ‘Cut and paste’ used to reference cases online

Rowley lashes out at ‘losers’ in PNM polls
...who have complained about problems and alleged subterfuge concerning PNM’s voting list and that his team has kept people out of the process

Bakr on bed rest after heart attack
Lawyers representing Jamaat al Muslimeen leader Yasin Abu Bakr have asked Chief Magistrate Marcia Ayers-Caesar for an adjournment of the private complaint brought against him by secretary to the commission of enquiry into the 1990 attempted coup

Trinis in Jihadist training
CELLPHONE images seized by SEBIN, Venezuela's Intelligence Service, allegedly show some of the Trinidadian Muslims now detained in a Venezuelan jail on a firing range using high-powered weapons.

Jack admits to defaming councillor
Now parties to agree on settlement

All set for SEA
A TOTAL of 18,345 Standard Five students will today sit the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam at schools throughout the country

900 Tobago students to sit exam

PM pays tribute to 'Daisy'
Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar has described late parang singer, Alexandra ''Daisy"Voisin as a ''true national treasure''

Prisoner 'shot' in riot at Princes Town court
Prisoners rioted in the cellblock at the Princes Town Magistrates Court yesterday, resulting in one prisoner being shot.

'Victim took my certificates'
Chopping accused sent St Ann's Hospital

Pensioner stung to death by killer bees
A NEW Grant pensioner was stung to death by thousands of bees while tending to his crops in his garden on Tuesday morning.

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