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Teen questioned in Shannon's murder released
Posted: Sunday, December 11, 2016

Teen questioned in Shannon's murder released
"I think the entire thing was very unfair because my face was in the media and now people will see that and say I am the man who kill the woman. How I supposed to get a job now?...", Matthew Maharaj, 18

Who killed Shenese?
Shenese Samuel, 19, who worked at IAM on Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain, went missing on January 24, 2015.

'No link between Banfield, ex-worker killed in 2015'
IAM and Company owner Ishmael Ali has dismissed any link between the discovery of the body of Shannon Banfield and the murder of former IAM employee Shanese Samuel in early 2015.

...IAM and Co owner 'hurt' by call for boycott

Man killed: arm, legs chopped off
Cops search for St Ann's outpatient...

Jamaican man shot dead liming near bar

Dillon giving priority to North Coast villages

Citizens don't trust cops
Since December 29, 2010, the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has received a total of 2,139 complaints against police officers.

West sorry for 'police gang' talk
Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director David West's apology for branding police officers as the "biggest gang" in the country has done little to appeased Police Social and Welfare Association president Inspector Michael Seales.

Amcham, bankers hit wrangling over FACTA

Bank of Guyana stops purchase of TT$
To stabilise Guyana's foreign currency situation, the country's Central Bank Governor Dr Gobind Ganga has announced.

Artisans rake in a few millions
Buy Local...

CoP Williams: We did all we could

Daughter disses Valencia cops for laid-back attitude
Dad vanishes since August...

'#lifeinleggings impact monumental'

Bring on the death penalty
Ordinary citizen starts online petition...

Women living in fear

UWI professor defends envoy Eden Charles

'Take back our streets'
Describing the nation's criminal justice system as being "stuck on a treadmill", the Chaguanas Chamber of Industry and Commerce, (CCIC) has called on the national population to...

Early Christmas for San Juan looters
People were seen leaving the business place with an array of items including alcohol, soft drinks, and cheese.

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