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SORT widens search at Gulf View homes
Posted: Thursday, May 2, 2019

Anand and Ramdeen fall sick: Taken to hospital

State witness flies out amid safety concerns

SORT widens search at Gulf View homes
The home of another prominent south businessman is currently being searched by police in an extensive operation that began just after 6 am. Three homes have so far been searched but police have not released details about the motive for this exercise.

Police search businessman's home in Gulf View

No charges yet for Ramlogan, Ramdeen
Attorneys for UNC senator prepare to go to court over detention

Young: I never knew of UNC arrests

Mendes: Let law take its course
LAW Association president Douglas Mendes SC, when asked about the arrests of former attorney general Anand Ramlogan and Opposition senator Gerald Ramdeen, says he expects the law to take its course. "There are protections they are entitled to. The law will take its course."

Police delay approach to DPP, Ramlogan falls ill during questioning
Former attorney general Anand Ramlogan is said to have complained of feeling unwell so his interview with police could not be completed. The police were expected to approach the DPP for his advice tonight. This latest development has put that on hold.

QC charged with conspiring with Anand, Ramdeen
UK-based Queens Counsel Vincent Nelson has appeared in court charged with conspiring with former attorney general Anand Ramlogan and UNC senator Gerald Ramdeen, to financially reward Ramlogan for cases in which Nelson represented the State.

QC in legal fee kickback case takes deal
The State's co-operating witness in the ongoing corruption investigation into former attorney general Anand Ramlogan, SC, and Opposition Senator Gerald Ramdeen has struck a deal over his role in the legal fees kickback scam. The plea bargain agreement for Jamaican-born British Queen's Counsel Vincent Nelson was revealed by Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, when he made a rare court appearance in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates' Court as Nelson was hit with three conspiracy charges yesterday.

Read the charges against QC linked to legal fees corruption
JAMAICA-born Queen's Counsel Vincent Nelson appeared before Chief Magistrate Maria Busby Earle-Caddle earlier today where he was granted his own bail in the sum of $100,000 to cover three charges of corruption conspiracy in connection with a series of financial transactions involving legal fees during the period of the UNC-led People's Partnership Government's term in office.

‘Nelson at risk, safer abroad'
There is a serious risk to corruption accused Vincent Nelson QC remaining in Trinidad and Tobago and he would be safer abroad. This submission was made by Nelson's lead attorney, Tom Allen QC, when the issue of bail came up at the Port of Spain Magistrates' Court yesterday.

New law helped legal fee kickback case - Young
The Plea Bargaining law which the People’s National Movement Government passed in Parliament was utilised in yesterday's development involving Jamaican-born Queen's Counsel Vincent Nelson, whose alleged legal fee kickback conspiracy case involving former attorney general Anand Ramlogan and UNC Senator Gerald Ramdeen has been sent to the High Court for a plea agreement.

AG: More Whistleblowers coming forward
‘No personal agenda' with whistleblower law

US names TT as country with kidnapping risk

COP: MPs must account for vast wealth
One day after the arrest of former attorney general Anand Ramlogan and Opposition senator Gerald Ramdeen, the Congress of the People said in a statement (which mentioned no one in particular) that MPs must account for their vast wealth.

Coast Guard deny 2 boatloads of Venezuelans T&T entry

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