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Cops must dead
Posted: Friday, November 25, 2016

Cops must dead
That was one of the many threats hurled at police officers yesterday in the wake of the early morning shooting death of reputed gang member, Anton "Bready" Mitchell, 26, of Enterprise.

Enterprise erupts in protest over killing of 'gang member' hours after peace talks...

Cops: No other choice
...they came under heavy gunfire from the second in command of the Unruly ISIS gang and had no choice but to return fire, during which Mitchell was shot and killed.

Bring body cams now—Seales
Cops' account of man's shooting disputed

Relatives: Don't trust the police

Families seek easy re-entry
Trinis detained in Venezuela return today

5 Trinis to return from Venezuela today

Young questions Ramdeen's $3m briefs
Young also called on Ramdeen, an Opposition Senator, to tell the nation who rented the Hyatt Hotel for him where he held a joint press conference recently with attorney Wayne Sturge to talk about the country's crime statistics which turned out to be bogus.

Bhoe alarmed Govt can't find legal advice
The legal advice has been the subject of a long-running legal battle between the Ministry of Planning and the Joint Consultation Council (JCC) for the Construction Industry, which sought the document under the Freedom of Information Act.

Kamla calls for AG's removal
'US Govt has no confidence in him'

Kamla: Charge us if we did anything wrong
Speaking at a UNC public meeting at the Penal Secondary School on Wednesday night, Persad-Bissessar said after almost 15 months of being in Government and talk of corruption by the former People's Partnership government, no one has been arrested.

PNM reveals 12 Tobago candidates

Garcia: I will not allow myself to be abused
He also charged children were being used as "political pawns" in a growing number of school protests across the country.

Please open our school
Pupils kneel on road begging PM:

Teachers walk out over sewer smell
SOME teachers have chosen not to show up at San Fernando West Secondary School, saying they are fed up with the scent coming from the school's sewer system.

Magistrate knocks delays in Dana's case

Suspended cop held
Chinese businessman's robbery...

991 domestic violence reports

$6,800 fine for smashing 'horner man's' car
A La Romaine mason who "mashed up" a man's vehicle with a hatchet during an argument over infidelity has to pay $6,800 or serve three months in jail.

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