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Despite rumours that the million dollar
Maracas Beach Facility Improvement Proj-
ect is set to be temporarily shelved Tourism
Minister Shamfa Cudjoe said she would
address the matter during her budget pres-
entation in Parliament.
Contacted yesterday about the future of
the project Cudjoe said she would rather
speak about it during her presentation.
But an official at the Tourism Develop-
ment Company said as far as it was con-
cerned the project was still on as there was
no directive to stop it.
The project which is being executed by
the Community Improvement Services Ltd
(CISL) for and on behalf of the ministry
and in collaboration with the TDC entails:
• Diversion of the North Coast.
• Upgrade to the Maracas Beach car park.
• New vending and dining facilities to be
constructed on the beach.
• New and improved restroom facilities.
• New wastewater treatment plant.
• Improved lighting, drainage and secu-
Contacted yesterday about the project an
official from (CISL) directed questions to
Minister mum on Maracas Beach project
Four of the 12 men charged with assas-
sinating Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal
were offered immunity in exchange for
testifying against their co-accused.
The accusation was made yesterday by
the men s lawyer, Criston J Williams, as
they reappeared before Chief Magistrate
Marcia Ayers-Caesar in the Port-of-Spain
Eighth Magistrate s Court for the contin-
uation of their case.
As requested that the Office of the
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) dis-
close all information on the alleged offers
to assist in preparing the men s defence
"I am instructed that they were told
that they and their families would be relo-
cated to a foreign country of their choice."
Williams also requested that the DPP s
office release all taped telephone conver-
sations between his clients in which alleged
code words were used as well as GPS evi-
dence linking them to the scene of the
In response, State prosecutor Tricia
Hudlin-Cooper assured Williams that dis-
closure would take place as soon as evi-
dence was handed over to her office by
During yesterday s hearing Williams also
attempted to present an oral application
calling for Ayers-Caesar to recuse herself
from the case.
A similar application was made earlier
this year in Ali s other case in which he
is accused of conspiring to murder radio
announcer Kevaughn "Lurbz" Savory in
November last year. That application was
eventually approved by Ayers-Caesar who
reassigned the case to Senior Magistrate
The men s application is premised on
the allegation that some members of the
Criminal Gang and Intelligence Unit
(CGIU) which investigated the case were
also assigned to Ayers-Caesar s security
Williams application was not enter-
tained yesterday as Ayers-Caesar suggested
it be done in writing.
She then gave Williams a deadline of
October 16 to file the application and
adjourned the case to November 5.
Lawyer: 4 accused
Ali, whose family operates the
Jamaat-al-Muslimeen's mosque in
Carapo, Arima, shot to fame last year
after it was revealed he was a co-
ordinator in the controversial LifeSport
In December last year, Ali and five
members of his mosque were charged
with conspiring to murder SLAM 100.5
radio announcer Kevaughn "Lerbz"
Savory. They were also slapped with
charges under the Anti-Gang Act which
precluded them from being granted bail.
On July 27, this year, Ali was among
12 members of the mosque who were
charged for the murder of Senior
Counsel Dana Seetahal who was
assassinated in Woodbrook on May 4
last year. Three others are charged
under the Anti-Gang Act for allegedly
facilitating the gang in Seetahal's
Ali's younger bother, Ishmael, is
charged with both crimes while his
older brother, Hassan, is only charged
with Seetahal's murder.
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