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VIDEO OF AIRPORT BRAWL GOES VIRAL
Minister of Works and Trans-
port Rohan Sinanan has advised
T&T Airports Authority offi-
cials to pursue criminal charges
against a group of women who
engaged in a big brawl at the KFC
outlet at the Piarco International
Airport on Saturday morning.
Devinesh Neeranjan: Very em-
Amber Grace: Absolutely shame-
ful to see.
David Crockett: They should
have been on the floor and hand-
cuffed within five seconds.
Somatie Persad: If grown women
like them fighting in public like that
I could just imagine what their chil-
dren doing in school. I agree with Mr
Sinanan. And the police and armed
forces should start doing the same
with the other street and school
fights that's has been taking place.
Pauline Birbal: What do they
mean advised! Anywhere in this
world they would have been locked
up within seconds! Was it not a se-
curity risk? Come on nah man!
Linda Dinanath: Yes I agree to
with you, Mr Rohan, it's a shame
on the tourist when they arrive to
see that scandalous behaviour. Also
there was another one at the board-
Linda Dinanath: Another one at
NY NY Goodridge: Shame,
shame, shame, charge all of them for
Marilyn Springer: These young
people need Jesus they have no class
is only ghetto crap they on. They like
being on the net looking like a pack
of loose uncivilised animals; it's a
feather in their cap n none of them
could say to the other stop this is
classless. Employers n other could
against them if they are looking for
work or anything important. It's not
worth it. Have some pride in yourself
women, no man wants that to take
home to their mother.
Sasha Rampersad: It good, they
should learn to keep their gutter be-
haviour in their house and not in the
San Ani: So undignified, parents
must educate their children and take
responsibility for their shamless be-
haviour. Now the world can see what
this country has become to with this
won't stop murders'
The T&T Manufacturers' Asso-
ciation (TTMA) says while they
are not surprised by the calls for
the death penalty to be enforced,
the taking of a life by the State
will not compensate for the lives
Gail Huggins: Like somebody
have a crystal ball... How d jail u
know it won't stop killings if u don't
Sherrifa Amatredjo: It will help.
It helped in Guyana years ago.
Mikatarukito Don Jimoshite-
moto: What utter rubbish. What
compensation they talking bout?
Hanging is a way of sending a mes-
sage to the criminals that the law
will hang them when they involve
themselves in rogue behaviour. What
compensation could be given to re-
place the hurt and fear these killers
instigating upon the public?
Reginald Hercules: How could
you hang with a conviction? The
system is complicated with the abil-
ity to appeal and the International
Court of Arbitration. So where are
we going with this hanging conver-
Arlene Findley Daniel: And this
is why crime would never done.
Rickie Hazare: When it hit your
doors sir, I beg to differ.
Wayne Raj Kumar: The death
penalty never deter crime. The gov-
ernment has to do its job and come
up with a more viable solution.
Maria Sammy: Criminals real-
ise they getting away with a pat on
their hands. Harsher penalties might
make some of them think twice
about doing the crime.
Devinesh Neeranjan: It will not
stop murders but could reduce the
Diana Da Silva: Some criminals
want to live. A death penalty being
enforced will make them think twice,
especially about committing those
crimes for which the death penalty
after 'job interview'
Penal police went to the home
of a Siparia man yesterday, after
video footage showed he was the
last person seen with 26-year-
old Nadia Simms, who has been
missing since Saturday.
Anselm Katerson: I hope she is
found safe but it highlights how gul-
lible we are as a nation. From online
scams to HDC, lottery and jobs. We
need to be careful and not put our-
selves in harm's way. We are making
it way too easy for these criminals to
get to us.
Ricky Tomm: Interview for a
WASA job conducted in a restaurant?
Di Seeper: This is so disturbing,
God help us.
A screen shot captured from a Facebook video of women fighting at the KFC
outlet at Piarco International Airport.
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