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and CHESTER SAMBRANO
One of the men who allegedly
assaulted foreign media personnel
outside the Parliament on Friday is
today denying the incident transpired
the way it was reported yesterday.
On Friday, foreign journalists seeking
to interview Chaguanas West MP Jack
Warner were pushed and shoved by
men who attempted to shield the Inde-
pendent Liberal Party (ILP) leader as
he left the House of Representatives
during the lunch break.
Video footage showed a man in a
white T-shirt, identified as Kingslee,
at Warner s side clearing a pathway for
the ILP leader outside Tower D, Inter-
national Waterfront Centre, Port-of-
Spain, as journalists and cameramen
swarmed around Warner.
One cameraman was reportedly
pushed to the ground, while other
media personnel complained of being
manhandled by the men.
Yesterday, Kingslee said in an inter-
view, that the men in the video were
ILP activists and not Warner s body-
guards. He said he was an ILP activist.
The other man in the video was ILP
councillor Dayne Francois.
Kingslee explained that while they
were making their way into the Par-
liament some foreign journalists tried
to question Warner and he said he had
no comment to make.
While leaving the Parliament, jour-
nalists again approached Warner.
Kingslee said that they asked the
media on several occasions to clear the
pathway but they were ignored.
"It is clear that the media has its job
to do, but anyone not seeking to do an
interview must not be jumbied as Mr
Warner was yesterday (Friday)."
Sunday Guardian www.guardian.co.tt June 7, 2015
No. 367 of 2012
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
CIVIL DIVISION/ PROBATE
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF SYDNEY
TO: MS. LISA ALLEYNE
MR. LYNDON ALLEYNE
MR. TONY ALLEYNE
TAKE NOTICE that ALETHEA NADIA LOIS
ANDRENE ALLEYNE of #23, Simeon Road, Petit Valley,
Diego Martin in the Island of Trinidad, in the Republic of
Trinidad and Tobago, the grand-daughter of the deceased
SYDNEY ALLEYNE who died on the 14th day of Septem-
ber, 1983 late of Brighton in the parish of Saint George in
the Island of Barbados has applied for Letters of Administra-
tion to the above-named estate.
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that any person having
objection to the Grant of Letters of Administration to the
said ALETHEA NADIA LOIS ANDRENE ALLEYNE
may within 14 days from the publication of this advertise-
ment inclusive of the day of such publication file an Affida-
vit in the Supreme Court of Judicature showing cause why
the Grant of Letters of Administration should not be made.
Dated this 5th day of December 2013
This Notice was taken out by Nicole A. Kennedy,
Attorney-at-Law for the Applicant of whose address for
service is Kennedy Law, Wildey Main Road, Saint Mi-
chael in the Island of Barbados.
CHARLES KONG SOO
La Brea MP Fitzger-
ald Jeffrey says crime
has grown worse under
the People s Partnership
He was speaking dur-
ing the motion to adopt
the Second Report of the
Standing Finance Com-
mittee of the House of
Representatives in Par-
liament, Friday night.
Jeffrey said that on
September 4, 2014, the
US Department of State
in its crime and safety
report to diplomats and
expatriates said that
crime in T&T has dete-
riorated to a critical level.
"That means under
this Government the
crime situation has
"A television station
report on March 5, 2015,
quoted the Global Status
Report on Violence Pre-
vention 2014, which
revealed that T&T has
the fifth highest esti-
mated rate of homicides
in the Americas which
is cause for concern.
"In 2011, T&T was the
13th most homicidal
country in the world. In
2012, the country placed
12th. In 2013, we were
10th in the world."
He said countries such
as the Bahamas, Haiti,
Namibia, Zimbabwe and
Swaziland fared better
on the homicide index
some of the high-pow-
Warner 'jumbied' outside Parliament
Jeffrey: Crime worse under PP
Members of the international press are barred from questioning Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner, third
right, as he exits the Parliament Building, Tower D International Waterfront, Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
PHOTO: SHIRLEY BAHADUR
Man defends actions against journalists
ered weapons seized by
police such as a Russ-
ian-made SKS Tula
assault rifle that fired
7.62 ammunition, capa-
ble of killing people
1,000 metres away, and
a Remington rifle with
a 3,000 metre range
which were cause for
He said since 2000, a
consultant, Yvette Hold-
er had clearly stated that
the major guns were
coming into the country
from Colombia, Brazil,
Guyana, Venezuela, US
Jeffrey said common-
sense dictated that
T&T s borders should be
protected and proper
surveillance cameras and
scanners installed at
established ports of
entry as well as along
the coastline, but this is
yet to be done.
He said there was an
influx of illegal drugs
into the country and the
importance of protecting
T&T s borders must be
Jeffrey said this was
where the OPVS would
play an important role,
and he could not fathom
why the Government
made its big pronounce-
ment that the war on
crime will not be fought
on the seas but on land.
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