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The Paria Recommendations
Posted: Saturday, January 20, 2024

The Paria Recommendations - Full Report

'Charge Paria with manslaughter'

CoE report critical of Paria management team
The Paria Fuel Trading Company Limited should be charged for corporate manslaughter.

It's one of 52 recommendations from the 380-page report produced by Jerome Lynch, KC, chairman of the Commission of Enquiry (CoE) into the Paria pipeline tragedy which lead to deaths of four divers on February 25, 2022.

'Gross negligence'
CoE recommends DPP charge Paria...

Ramesh: Laws exist to charge Paria for diving tragedy

Young: Paria CoE report sent to DPP for advice, action

Survivor on Paria report against LMCS: 'DON'T BLAME DIVER'S DAD'
Contrary to a recommendation in the Commission of Enquiry's final report into the 2022 Paria diving tragedy, the lone survivor does not want Kazim Ali Snr, the owner of Land and Marine Contracting Services Ltd (LMCS), to be prosecuted in any way.

Survivor not hopeful
Report little consolation for Boodram

Chief Sec: Constitutional reform long overdue

Search for fresh ideas
THE PRIME Minister was correct to rule out a state of emergency to tackle crime. However, Dr Rowley misjudged the mood of the nation on Thursday when he did so without advancing any fresh ideas.

In fact, much of what was said at the first Whitehall media briefing for the year was so repetitive it was despairing. It painted a picture of a government increasingly on the ropes on this issue.

Deyalsingh as 6 die in 4 weeks: Don't 'over exaggerate' covid's return

Criminologists: $100m crime plan a step in the right direction
CRIMINOLOGISTS Dr Randy Seepersad and Darius Figuera welcomed the $100 million initiative announced by the Prime Minister that will see the Trinidad and Tobago Defence Force (TTDF) being deployed in certain communities where development is stymied by crime.

Moonilal: Planned $100m for crime 'will go to gangs'

Deadly home invasion
Businessman dies after beating; pitbulls poisoned

Tunapuna man killed for shooting at cops, AK-47, magazines seized
The search of a home in Tunapuna led to the death of a 23-year-old man who reportedly shot at police with an AK-47 assault rifle on Friday afternoon.

They put a gun to his head, and pulled the trigger
In a brief interview with the police after he was rescued, Alexander said that at around 5 p.m. on Monday, he received a telephone call from a man of La Romaine whom he knows and they decided to meet in a road behind Titanium Bar in Fyzabad.

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