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Legal arguments once again
led to the adjournment of the
murder trial of business-woman
The issues which arose last
week and were addressed in part,
once again reared their heads
This prompted Justice Mal-
colm Holdip to relieve the jury
until next Monday as attorneys
on both sides geared up to pres-
ent their respective points.
Defence attorney Wayne
Sturge completed his cross-
examination of State witness
WPC Greer Britton-Lawrence
yesterday, following which the
prosecution called its 49th wit-
ness to the stand.
WPC Lou-Ann Joseph-Gibson
of the Homicide Bureau, Port-
of-Spain, testified that she
recorded the notes during an
interview with one of the
accused men, Anthony Gloster.
Gloster is among the 12 men
accused of murdering Naipaul-
Coolman, who was kidnapped
on December 19, 2006.
The former chief executive
officer of Xtra Foods was taken
from the driveway of her Lange
Park, Chaguanas, home.
Although a portion of the ran-
som demanded was paid she was
not freed nor was her body ever
Legal issues so trial postponed again
Joseph-Gibson confirmed the
interview took place on January 6,
2007 at the Port-of-Spain Criminal
Investigations Department between
4.50 pm and 6.10 pm.
She said Ag Insp Hudson conduct-
ed the interview with Gloster, while
she made the notes which contained
Gloster s age at the time, 21, as well
as his address at Upper La Puerta
Avenue, Diego Martin.
Led in her evidence by Israel Khan,
SC, Joseph-Gibson told the court
that both she and Hudson identified
themselves as police officers, follow-
ing which Hudson told Gloster he
was assisting in the investigation rel-
ative to Naipaul-Coolman s disap-
Asked if he would agree to an
interview, Joseph-Gibson said Gloster
replied: "No problem."
Advised of his rights and privileges,
Joseph-Gibson was unable to recall
what Gloster said in response.
She added that he later reviewed
the recorded statement and made
Asked yesterday if she could iden-
tify Gloster in the courtroom, Joseph-
Gibson said no.
The two-day adjournment followed
a similar break last week, as both the
prosecution and defence teams
addressed a number of legal issues
which had arisen.
The matter will resume on Decem-
On trial are Shervon "Buffy"
Peters; Keida Garcia; Marlon "Mad
Man Marlon" Trimmingham; Earl
"Bobo" Trimmingham; Ronald "22"
Armstrong; Antonio "Hedges"
Charles; Joel "Ninja" Fraser;
Lyndon "Iron" James; Allan
"Scanny" Martins; Devon
"Blackboy" Peters; Anthony
Dwayne Gloster, also called
Anthony Peters; and Jamile
A 13th accused, Raphael Williams,
died in prison in 2011.
Leading the prosecution's case
are Israel Khan, SC, Gilbert
Peterson, SC and Senior State
Attorney Joy Balkaran.
Defending the 12 men are Mario
Merritt, Selwyn Mohammed,
Colin Selvon, Ian Brooks, Ulric
Skerritt, Wayne Sturge, Richard
Valere, Joseph Pantor and
LAWYERS IN THE CASE
CASANDRA THOMPSON --FORBES
A security guard attempting to
cross the Claude Noel Highway near
Lambeau junction, is Tobago s latest
The incident happened on Tuesday
around 5.30 am.
Police said Garett Danclade, 47,
of Diego Martin, was employed as a
security officer with the SSS Security
Company stationed at the Lambeau
Anglican Primary School.
They said he was crossing the
highway, on his way to pick up duty
at the school, when a Hyundai H100
vehicle, heading east along the high-
way struck him.
He was taken to the Scarborough
General Hospital but died while
undergoing emergency surgery.
Cpl Kirk of the Scarborough Traffic
Branch is heading investigations.
The driver of the car was up to
late yesterday assisting police with
Diego man dies in Tobago accident
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