Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 30th 2014 Contents A8
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, September 30, 2014
In a large gathering, people speak many languages.
Each person understands only their language, and
wants that they should be spoken to in that lan-
guage. But there is a language of the heart, which all
can understand and all would like to hear. That is the
language which I speak, the language that goes from
My heart to yours. When heart speaks to heart, it is
love that is transmitted without any reservation.
Trials, turmoil and thrills - these are constant for all of
mankind. The responsive heart listens to these with
sympathy and answers with love. Everyone is eager
to be happy; everyone wants to work less and gain
more, give little and get amply, but no one experi-
ments with the other method, that is, wanting less
and giving more. Every want is a shackle that hin-
ders movement, and is a drag on the foot. Reduce
wants; live simply, that is the way to happiness.
Bhagawan often refers to
the language of the heart.
What is this and how do we
make use of it? Bhagawan
Himself explains to us
You must close your mouth more often and open
your hearts. That is the surest way to experience
divine bliss. - Baba
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Police arrested three Barataria men yesterday after
they recovered a Mac-11 sub-compact machine gun
at a house in Barataria.
The weapon, police said, was capable of firing 200
rounds of ammunition a minute.
According to police reports, at about 6.30 am mem-
bers of the North Eastern Division Task Force, including
Sgt Cornelius Samuel and Cpl Kerwin Martin, went
to the house at Saw Mill Avenue and searched it.
Apart from the weapon, the police also found authen-
tic camouflage uniforms belonging to the T&T Defence
The three men were arrested and taken to the Mor-
As Fyzabad grandmother Linda Thomas recovers
at hospital from last week s acid attack, her com-
mon-law husband, Peter Charles, appeared before
a Siparia magistrate charged with the attack.
Shortly after lunch yesterday, Charles, 64, of New
City Avenue, Fyzabad, was taken before magistrate
Taramatie Ramdass in the Siparia First Court, accused
of throwing a corrosive liquid on Thomas with the
intend to cause grievous bodily harm.
On Sunday, Charles was discharged from the San
Fernando General Hospital where doctors had to
make an assessment on his health. He was charged
by WPC Vincent of Fyzabad Police Station.
His attorney Ramnarine Soorgansingh told the
court Charles, a father of six, was a construction
worker who had no criminal offences on his record.
However, Ramdass refused his application for bail
after prosecutor Sgt Sheldon Ablacksingh said police
were yet to get a trace on his criminal history and
that Thomas was still warded at hospital.
Ramdass remanded him into custody until
Wednesday as she ordered police to provide a trace
of Charles criminal history and an update on
Hospital officials said Thomas did not have any
surgery and has regained her sight.
According to police Charles and Thomas got into
an argument on September 22 and he allegedly threw
muriatic acid on her face. He was later arrested at
a house at Saltmine Trace, Fyzabad, on Thursday.
Police were able to find him after an anonymous
caller contacted police after his photograph was dis-
played during a television programme.
The illegal gun and camouflage uniforms which were recovered by police in Barataria yesterday.
3 held with mini sub-machine gun
No bail for acid attack accused
Muriatic acid is one of the
names given for hydrochloric
acid and has corrosive
properties. It is used in
cleaning metals and
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A former Special Reserve Police
officer who was killed around 10.30
pm on Saturday by men pretending
to be police officers was shot eight
times, an autopsy found.
Pathologist Dr Valery Alexandrov
found that Ishmael Lewis, 41, of
Ross Lands, St James, was shot five
times in the back, once in the leg
and twice in the arms. The bullets
perforated his heart and lungs and
all bullets, except the one in his leg,
exited his body.
The victim s younger brother,
Hector, said the former officer used
to visit the area where he was killed
regularly. He said his brother, a father
of two, was last attached to the E-
999 unit before he left the service
Police said Lewis was at a friend s
home at George Clarke Road, Cara-
po, when they heard a knock at the
door and someone shouting:
When Lewis opened the door he
was shot and killed. Police said they
have no motive for the killing.
The body of a headless man
found in Carapo on Sunday has
been identified as 57-year-old Steve
The victim s brother, Mickey, made
the identification at the Forensic Sci-
ence Centre, St James, yesterday.
Mickey said he last saw his brother
--- a former horse groom, turned
part-time farmer --- on Saturday.
He said he was clueless as to who
or why anyone would want to kill
Police found Gorgan s head after
being alerted by a passerby near the
Santa Rosa race track, Carapo. His
body was found in bushes shortly
after 6 am some 100 metres away.
An autopsy would be done today
as a second relative who was required
to identify the body did not show
Headless body identified
Ex-cop shot eight times
vant Police Station where they are expected to be inter-
viewed by detectives for a series of firearm-related
offences in the Morvant and Barataria areas.
Just a week-and-a-half ago, police from the same
unit conducted an exercise in the same area and recov-
ered an AK-47 assault rifle.
A 32-year-old man was arrested in that incident.
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