I WILL TELL ALL
Posted: Saturday, April 1, 2017
I WILL TELL ALL
IN HIS firmest public stance since being appointed National Security Minister, former head of the Defence Force Edmund Dillon yesterday met and engaged an alleged member of the Unruly ISIS gang, during a tour of crime-ravaged Enterprise in Chaguanas.
Heated Enterprise session
Dillon meets alleged Unruly Isis member
Williams: Freeze on violence in Enterprise
ACTING Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said yesterday that the combined presence of soldiers and police officers in Enterprise, Chaguanas will "freeze" the violence in the beleaguered community.
Lack of laws deterring fight against gangs, says Dillon
'ACT OF MADNESS'
3 dead; Maraval residents outraged over wild shooting
Those involved will feel wrath
Deputy Police Commissioner Wayne Dick says that anyone caught posting videos of prisoners inside a prison cell on social media while being held at the police stations will be held accountable for their actions.
Two more 'Unruly ISIS' members held
... after officers intercepted a vehicle and allegedly seized two Glock pistols and a quantity of ammunition
Crawford's T&T assets frozen
After US lists him as global ISIS terrorist
Anti-gang legislation goes back to Parliament
ATTORNEY GENERAL Faris Al-Rawi yesterday revealed that legislation to address chronic gang activity in Trinidad and Tobago will return to the Parliament next week.
Business heads optimistic, economist cautious about BP investment
"Let us not forget that BP, over the last two years, has downsized, laid off quite a few hundred workers in Trinidad in its effort at rationalisation which has been its response to what is happening in the global energy market,"
Shell to invest $billions in TT
ENERGY multinational corporation Shell will be investing billions in TT over the next four years.
CT scanner back on track
LGBTQI groups launch #KeepSafe campaign
A CAMPAIGN has been launched by various groups representing the local lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and intersex (LGBTQI) community after the reported murders of three gay men
La Brea dolphins were beaten, hacked to death
It turns out that humans, not disease, killed the dolphins found on the beach in La Brea on Thursday.
$.35m bail for Robocop's son
Slain reputed gang leader Selwyn "Robocop" Alexis' son was yesterday released on $350,000 bail after appearing in court charged with possession of a large cache of guns, ammunition and marijuana.
Griffith urges Govt to purchase armoured vehicles now
FORMER minister of national security Gary Griffith yesterday cited the killing of three men in Maraval on Thursday night as another reason why government should seek to purchase armoured vehicles for security forces.
AR 15 assault rifle seized in raids
A HIGH-POWERED AR 15 assault rifle, along with a semi-automatic pistol, a quantity of ammunition, AR 15 magazines and drugs were seized yesterday when police cordoned off several areas in Laventille yesterday.
Man shot in leg
A 57-YEAR-OLD man is warded in hospital after being shot in the leg by what is believed to be a high-powered sniper rifle near his Nelson Street, Port-of- Spain home.
School boys who beat Barrackpore taxi driver to be sentenced on April 25
One of the boys, who is 16 years old, was also charged by the police for possession of marijuana and a knife.
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