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LATT wants thorough probe into deaths
Posted: Monday, February 15, 2021

LATT wants thorough probe into deaths of Andrea's murder suspects
The statement said: "The association has noted the involvement of foreign police personnel in the recently concluded investigation into the DSS fiasco. Seeking outside help in those circumstances was no doubt appropriate given the alleged involvement of police officers in the scheme."

Law body wants foreign cops to probe death of Bharatt murder suspect
Daisley concluded death was from "severe blunt force trauma to his chest, abdomen, limbs and skull." The association said, "These reports put into question the accuracy of the explanation given by the police for Mr Morris's death in police custody, that he fell off a chair, and give rise to the obvious need for the institution of a prompt, thorough and independent criminal investigation into the possible homicide of Mr Morris."

Gordon: Society making suspects 'untouchables'
ROMAN Catholic Archbishop Jason Gordon yesterday called into focus the deaths of two suspects in the Andrea Bharatt murder case while in police custody, as he warned against society creating "untouchables" who can then be killed and no one asks a question.

PoS development plans moving ahead
UDeCOTT has proposed a master plan to revitalise the city and promote economic development which includes developing Port of Spain into a smart city and technological hub that is walkable, accessible and safe while building on the inherent culture of Trinidad and Tobago. UDeCOTT's plan is also aimed at facilitating residential development and increased commerce in Port of Spain.

No new covid19 cases in last two days
The Ministry of Health's 4 pm update on Sunday said there were no new covid19 cases reported from February 10 to 12.

Drivers, this is what you can get ticketed for
On Saturday 13th February, 2021 the Oropouche and Penal Police Stations conducted these exercises between the hours of 3 p.m. and 11 p.m. During the exercise 69 people were ticketed for various offences.

Where's Shanice? Belmont woman missing since 2019; family want closure
Five and half months ago, Shanice Cooper, who was then seven months pregnant, vanished and one relative believes if the police had responded like they did in the Andrea Bharrat case, the 30-year-old woman would have been found.

Saving T&T from societal decay: Experts analyse strategies to save T&T
"The unfortunate thing is we don't have parent education, you have to guess or read books if you're interested enough. Parenting is the most important thing that anybody will ever do and you're never trained in terms of how to do it. The government certainly doesn't intervene, very few employers will provide services that will assist parents and especially so in certain communities where there is a greater likelihood of violence in families," he said.

Former judge, AG: Swift justice needed

Kes the Band, Next Devils, trumpeter Etienne Charles for Stephen Colbert show
Jazz musician Etienne Charles will share the spirit of Trinidad Carnival in a video featuring soca star Kees Dieffenthaller and blue devil masqueraders on American talk show, the Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday.

Defending Chutney monarch keeps title, fire officer crowned Chutney Soca Queen
HISTORY was created on Saturday night when Nisha Ramsook won the first Chutney/Soca Queen title and two brothers copped the first and second place in the Chutney/Soca Monarch competition.

Moko jumbies 40-mile relay heads to Port of Spain
Moko Jumbies are making their way to the Queen's Park Savannah after kicking off a 40-mile-long march from Harris Promenade, San Fernando, on what should have been Carnival Sunday.

UNC councillor dies
United National Congress Debe South councillor Purushottam Singh has died. Singh served in the Penal Debe Regional Corporation and was heavily involved in the Indian culture.

Paramin man seeks help to save left leg
A 27-year-old Paramin man fears he may lose his left leg if the hospital cannot source the parts to do a total knee replacement.

Brazil teenager found safe after four days
In a release, the police had said the 14-year-old, who lives at Crystal Heights, went missing and asked the public for its assistance.

Man shot to chest with trap gun
A 42-year-old man was shot with a trap gun on Saturday afternoon in Guayaguayare.

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