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The death of 59-year-old veteran
security officer Bert Clarke and the
theft of an estimated $17 million are
still engaging the attention of the
police a year later.
However, no suspects have been held
over the crime which was described as
a "planned clinical execution."
Clarke saved his colleague s life as
gunmen made off with $17 million in
TT currency and US$150,000 during
He was shot dead near the Trincity
Industrial Estate, Churchill-Roosevelt
Highway after the van in which the
money was being transported was
rammed and robbed.
In a phone interview yesterday,
National Security Minister Gary Griffith
said: "Every single murder is something.
Every murder must be given priority in
Griffith said the double homicide of
the German couple---Birgid and Huber-
tus Keil---in Tobago was also impor-
"Because of international coverage,
that affects the image of T&T that is
being perceived," he added.
He said the case of Clarke s murder
was definitely not cold.
"it is similar with some cases that
take years to solve and is an ongoing
investigation," he added.
Marcia Bristol, accountant at Sentinel
Security Services, where Clarke worked,
"We got no feedback from officers
who did the investigations. We will like
to see someone held for his murder. We
are implementing new measures."
Bristol said she had kept in touch
with the family.
"We spoke with the family and we
are in constant contact with them. It s
still sad. A year has passed and nothing
has been done," she added.
After being too weak to move
from his bed for two months,
leader of the Highway Re-route
Movement (HRM) Dr Wayne
Kublalsingh is expected to appear
at the Siparia Magistrates Court
Kublalsingh, who said he com-
pleted Day 75 yesterday of going
without food or water in protest
against the Debe to Mon Desir
segment of the Solomon Hochoy
Highway extension to Point
Fortin, said his attorney had told
him he should be in court.
He was arrested and charged
with three offences after he tried
to block a bulldozer at the con-
struction site last year.
He was charged with obstruct-
ing the police in the course of their
duties, assault and resisting arrest
and was granted $10,000 own bail.
Yesterday he said: "The mag-
istrate said I have to come and
my lawyers advised me to go so
that s what I will do. I will get a
drop straight up to the court steps
and from there I will find the
strength to go on."
Kublalsingh said he was prepar-
ing himself not only mentally for
today s appearance but also phys-
ically as he was ensuring he got
"All I am doing is just taking
it easy. I am just lying down,"
He had to abandon his campsite
outside the Office of the Prime
Minister, St Clair, Port-of-Spain,
after falling ill last month.
Kublalsingh said while away
from the camp he spent the time
meditating, taking salt-water
baths, deep-breathing and had
finally completed his book,
Nazareth or Rome, yesterday.
Of its contents, he said: "Rome
represents the empire and global
power and global surveillance.
Nazareth on the other hand rep-
resent the ideals of global village.
It is of sharing information.
"We have a choice. Either we
accept this global village or accept
Rome. Christ came out of that
small village of Nazareth with a
philosophy and brotherhood and
resistance. We have a choice in
One year after highway robbery...
No leads in
FLASHBACK: Crime investigators at the scene of the robbery and murder of
security guard Bert Clarke, of Sentinel Security Services, in November lat year
along the Churchill-Roosevelt Highway, Tacarigua. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
The investigation was separated,
with the robbery being taken over by
Northern Division officers and the
death of Clarke falling under Homicide.
Northern Division Snr Supt David
Abraham said there were no leads so
far.He added: "Anyone with information
knowing the suspects or who is
involved, you can forward
confidentially or call 555. Members of
the public have been treating us well."
Abraham said it was members of
the public who helped arrest wanted
man Azmon Alexander last weekend.
"We would follow any leads.
Northern Division continues to do its
work. Fifteen people were arrested
last night in the Arima community for
various offences," he said.
ACP in charge of the Homicide
Bureau Simon Lendore said "the
When contacted, members of the
Estate Police Association refused to
POLICE: PUBLIC'S HELP NEEDED
Weak Wayne in court today
Homicide officers are investigating the murder
of a 31-year-old Laventille man who was shot dead
According to police reports Jeff Lewis, a Cepep
worker, was in bed at his Desperlie Crescent home
around 2 am when gunmen stormed his home asking
about a gun.
The injured man was taken to the Port-of-Spain
General Hospital where he died about two hours
Lewis, police said, was not known to have been
involved in any criminal activity and they have no
motive for his shooting.
Man shot in bed
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