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Boys Not on Knees
Posted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Boys Not on Knees
Autopsy disputes eyewitness accounts…

Relatives of teens killed by police demand answers on claim boys were armed:

Insp: Victim said teens were chasing him

Friends don't believe cops
Pupils of Belmont Secondary School yesterday said they could not bring themselves to believe such allegations against their friend.

Dottin: Gangs putting teens on battlefront

Gillian, Williams to discuss killings
26 civilian deaths by police

Ruth Marchan, the Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sport at the Ministry of Sport

'Death threats prove I was right'
"People would not make threats against persons in the LifeSport programme unless there was some kind of criminal activity there in the first place," National Security Minister Gary Griffith stated yesterday.

Griffith targets criminal elements in Life Sport

Hadeed ducks media
Tourism Minister Gerald Hadeed refused to even come in close proximity to reporters yesterday, when he was told that the media wanted a comment on a leaked audio tape.

Hadeed angry over Opposition 'rat' picong

Senate clash over corruption probes
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan yesterday told the People's National Movement (PNM) to file a court action if they had grouses about anything and had evidence.

Hyatt $.3B for Udecott

WASA Vsep cost $275M
THE WATER and Sewerage Authority (WASA)'s Voluntary Early Separation Plan (VSEP) exercise of 2012 cost $275 million,

Creed's attorney on absence from office: He sought permission
An attorney representing the Permanent Secretary in the Sport Ministry is insisting his client, Ashwin Creed, has done no wrong in going on leave and seeking extended leave

Oudit declared ILP leader
Coalition moves on the cards

PNM: Whistle-blower legislation needed

Ganja fields destroyed in Cameron Hill hotspot
CAMERON HILL, Diego Martin, was again a hotbed of activity yesterday as police and soldiers destroyed a number of marijuana fields and base camps.

Family living in fear
Month after woman murdered...

Morvant man slain outside home
No official motive for the murder of 23-year-old Jermique Thomas, who was killed on Monday night outside his Morvant home

Charred body found under pile of tyres
The charred body of a man was found in a makeshift pyre at the end of a dirt track near the Forres Park Landfill in Claxton Bay yesterday.

Pupil suspended after attack on teacher
Police are investigating an incident in Tobago where a Form Two pupil of the Scarborough Secondary School allegedly beat a physical education teacher on the school's compound last Thursday.

Fraudster stole money for cars, gets 3 years in jail
A WOMAN who admitted that she failed to deliver vehicles after taking downpayments from three people was sentenced on Monday to nine years in prison on fraud charges.

Baptist leader chopped
A Spiritual Baptist Bishop from Embacadere San Fernando is in serious, but stable condition at hospital after he was chopped and beaten by three men yesterday evening

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