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RAMESAR WANTS NATIONWIDE SEARCH
Police Service Social and Welfare
Association general secretary, Insp
Anand Ramesar, yesterday ques-
tioned why the TT Police Service
(TTPS) had not mounted a nation-
wide search for missing WPC Nyas-
Raj Sum While I understand the
concern, I wonder why this same
focus and urgency are not shown for
so many other missing persons. Re-
member your police motto.
Azroon Hosein-Ali So why a
nationwide search? Just because she
is a police? That should be done for
everyone who goes missing.
Dennis Dookhoo I guess Mr
Ramesar is now understanding how
the rest of families of victims miss-
ing are feeling.
Nila Mahase Maharaj Shouldn't
that be for all missing persons?
Harry Ramharack Ramesar
should tell us how the TTPS has been
dealing with reports of missing per-
sons who are not officers.
Govin Scruffymcgee Nation-
wide search is done as a matter of
formality in all missing persons cas-
es... what different does he want to
Pat Godin Isn't this what is done
for all missing persons? If not, now
is always a good time to start. Gain
some experience and perfect it. As
we say, practice make perfect.
Missing WPC's colleagues help
daughter celebrate fourth birthday
The daughter of missing police
woman Nyasha Joseph is unaware of
the frantic and futile search to locate
her mother, who many now fear is
Wells Tricia Smh sad and heart-
broken on all levels. May the Most
High guide her home.
Irma Morris We want her back .
Garcia Mary Read this article
more than once.
Lee Ann Hicks Happy birthday
baby girl, enjoy ur day.
Agri minister clears air
on J'Ouvert portrayal
Concerns were raised about ap-
parent bias and conflict of interest
after the minister played J'Ouvert in
a portrayal which included a card-
board sign around his neck which
read "Come taste de Presidential
KNicole Vi We don't care about
J'Ouvert, clear the air about the rice
going to waste for months, sitting
on the floor rotting, that's what the
taxpayers are paying for, clear the
air on that. Allyuh need to learn the
definition of priorities.
Don Cooper Chalkie say to sur-
vive here u have to learn to laugh...
can't be Trinis writing such dotish-
ness. That's what we do, we make
fun at anything, that's why we don't
have wars...like is immigrants writ-
ing these comments.
Melina Hutchinson So now they
want to bring politics into Carnival.
What's wrong with you people?
Rajpath Jackpath My question
to him is did he taste the Presidential
Shooting victim fined
$15,000 for loaded gun
A construction worker who got a
gun to protect himself after the po-
lice failed to arrest the people who
shot at him last year was slapped
with a $15,000 fine yesterday.
Shahinaz Hosein Yeah that is
real justice boy. The police can't pro-
tect you and refuse to let you protect
yourself. So let's just lay down and
Nimal Singh F.U.L. permits are so
hard to get, I don't blame him. Hard-
working people are fed up.
Usha Basso Kissoon Get the law
passed for gun permit for people
with no criminal background.
Nicholas Ramasir You can't go to
court if you're dead. So do whatever
you need to protect you and your
Sheldon Bally Here what...all the
ppl who want to do wrong with guns
already have one.....it's the law abid-
ing citizens who choose not to ac-
quire one because they are just. So all
who want to break the law have one
and the lawful have none to protect
themselves ... the best crime stopper
is a deterrent.
US$270,000 monthly bill
Caribbean Airlines Ltd is saddled
with a US$270,000 monthly bill for
breaking its lease on two 767 jets that
are now flying for Air Canada.
Rae Jose We the citizens of Trini-
dad refuse to subsidise such a poorly
managed company that continues
to make poor decisions. These are
my tax dollars going to waste while
their board members and managers
fly high at discount. I want the same
discount because I'm a shareholder.
Christopher Robley Just out of
curiosity, how much was CAL losing
flying the route to London and how
much would it have cost CAL to keep
the planes flying between Trinidad
While I think that the manage-
ment of CAL needs to be changed yet
again, it may have been a good move
to return the plane early.
Gary Jones The flights should
have gone via Barbados or Antigua.
WEB CHAT ...from our Facebook readers
A fisherman repairs his nets in the foreground, as police officers return to shore
following a fourth day of searching for their missing colleague Nyasha Joseph.
PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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Helping others along
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I think that love is what
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I haven't come across
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become a better person
--- Marla Gibbs
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