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Chaguanas West MP Jack Warner is going for
Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal s jugular.
Warner said he intended to reveal all about Moonilal
and his wife in Wednesday's issue of his weekly
"The front page and page three is on Moonilal.
But Moonilal's problems really begin on September
8 when a new government comes to inspect and
review contracts that have been signed. Moonilal's
ministry is top of the line for review," Warner said.
Warner said a lot of government ministers who
were "smiling now" would not be laughing after the
He spoke to reporters yesterday following a walk-
about in the squatting settlement of St Joseph, also
Many of the constituents in the area who welcomed
Warner with hugs, handshakes and smiles complained
that they were neglected by the Government.
Joined by ILP's chairman Rekha Ramjit, Warner
said several United National Congress (UNC) can-
didates who financially milked him in the 2010
general election would also be exposed in the coming
weeks in his publication. The former Fifa vice pres-
ident has already exposed a few.
"You mark my words. It will take a long time to
On June 4, Warner disclosed that his support for
the UNC was not only limited to the party, and
alleged that he paid for Moonilal's wife to study in
Moonilal, however, denied Warner's claims and
defended his wife.
"Read this week's Sunshine. Every mark I have
it will buss in Sunshine. Don't worry, we have a
long time. It's a long hot summer."
Warner said while government ministers had been
fighting for him to be extradited and jailed, they too
had to watch their backs.
Ramjit said she believed that a person was innocent
until proven guilty.
"We are all subject to the same law. There is no
reason why we in the ILP will want them to be
treated any differently. We can not account for them
wanting Mr Warner to be treated differently," Ramjit
Refusing to answer any question on football or
Fifa, Warner said Prime Minister Kamla Persad-
Bissessar was holding the country to ransom by
announcing the election date three months from
In the next three months, Warner said, the treasury
would be raped and plundered by the Government
"to finish projects at whatever price" and to engage
contractors through illegal measures.
Warner said he was told that contractors had been
mandated to make financial contributions for the
election not to the UNC or its candidates, but to
an advertising firm.
"This is against the law. In three months you
would see more bandits in this country in jacket
and tie or on a different scale," Warner said.
In response to Warner's claims, Moonilal in a
text massage wrote, "I am trembling in my
boots and shaking at the knees.
I will complain to Loretta Lynch. The only
people on the globe who believe Jack is the
PNM, but they won't trust him with their
wallet or their bed sheets." (See pages A8,
MOONILAL: I AM TREMBLING IN MY BOOTS
HDC top ministry for review
when new Govt takes over
Camile Woodley, second from left, speaks with Sgt Samaroo of the Homicide
Bureau region two as relatives stand close by. PHOTOS: JENSEN LA VENDE
Police officers from the Western Division and Homicide Bureau gather information on the shooting death of
Ronald "Reddo" Marcano yesterday.
as a "smoker and a limer," having
been arrested for possession of mar-
ijuana in the past.
In two other killings, a businessman
was ambushed and gunned down and
a teenager was killed after struggling
with a robber.
Police said around 1.30 am yesterday,
Nicholas Mohammed of Havelock
Street, Curepe, was with friends at
Spotlight Bar, Bellesmythe Street,
Curepe, celebrating the birthday of one
of the group's members.
Police said Mohammed was
approached by two men of African
descent, one with a gun, who shot
Mohammed. The two then ran out the
bar and escaped in a silver Nissan B-
14. Three other people, Darren Ali, 37,
of Rapsey Street, Curepe; Mario Gar-
diner, 42, of St Ann's Road, St Ann's;
and Shernel Villafana, 35, of Jubilee
Street, Tunapuna, were shot.
All four were taken to the Eric
Williams Medical Sciences Complex,
but Mohammed was pronounced dead
In the last killing, which took place
on Friday, 18-year-old Schermicheal
Bynoe, of Furness Witty Road, Laven-
tille, was killed after he dared to struggle
with a gunman who entered his home
and robbed both him and his friend of
cash and jewelry. Police said after being
shot Bynoe ran out of his house and
collapsed on the roadway where he
died shortly after 2 pm. These five mur-
ders bring the total murders for the
year to 175, 20 fewer than for the same
period last year.
Teen died seeking refuge
from drug dealers
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