Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : May 16th 2017 Contents A 38-year-old man was mur-
dered and another injured in a
shooting at KFC's St Helena out-
let on Saturday night.
Rishi Maharaj: Don't worry, the
acting cop said crime going down!
Madonna Brandon: He didn't
even have time to "place his order"
because someone already had their
order in place! Killing someone is the
new "order of the day!"
Sumatie Kalpoo: That's what
you call the real deal.
Jesse Belle: Trust no one in Trin-
Nerissa Dqueen: If the man who
was coming in the door at the same
time was a customer, I'm sure he's so
traumatised, he would not be visit-
ing a fast food outlet, in a hurry!
Ria Figaro-Kissoon: So sad, you
not safe no where you go these days.
Jake C Gosine: Shooting a man
in his back? The bad boy is a coward.
Cowards are dangerous people.
John Charles: It look like the gun
men have the law on their side, this
is why dey not getting catch?
The Ministry of National Security
has launched an investigation into
protest action by members of the
Opposition at the opening of the Bri-
an Lara Cricket Stadium and Acad-
emy at Tarouba, south Trinidad, last
Samuel Mohammed: I remem-
ber multiple protests over past five
years. Even a day of total policing.
Yet no challenge to those. Guess
freedom is taken for granted.
Kevin Huggins: Can you guys
probe all the unsolved murders while
you're at it! Please and thank you!
Isabella De Barry Lamsee: They
have nothing else to do.
Pundit Mehindra Rambally
Maharaj: The ministers of national
security cannot solve crimes in this
country, instead they wasting tax
dollars on protest action by citizens
who have every right to protest.
Ben Son: Venezuelan nationals
protesting, no investigation, locals
doing it now you all investigating.
Richard Trestrail: Give us a
break! Who was held accountable for
the day of total policing?
Astra Ramroop: Well they have
to look like they are doing some-
plan still on
There's still a resort prospect for
Tobago---focusing on medical and
retiree community tourism---if San-
dals Jamaica does really sell out and
cannot do Government's proposed
Tobago Sandals plan.
Samuel Mohammed: Research
countries sandals in and issues
governments have with them and
Beverly Elliott: This is how in-
telligent these educated people are!
Sandals is of no use to Tobago, let
Butch Stewart go to Jamaica and
build another Sandals there; they
need it more than Tobago. Do some
homework see what Sandals do to
the other islands where they have
Bisham Singh: Tobago should
be a destination for eco tourist..
Resorts are dying and cost too much
to maintain, plus Tobago is beautiful
why spoil it? Let the locals decide.
Less than one week after Prime
Minister Dr Keith Rowley expressed
concerns about the structural in-
tegrity of the Port-of-Spain General
Hospital (POSGH) and how it would
fare in the face of a major earth-
quake, Health Minister Terrence
Deyalsingh said he is awaiting the
results of a report before submitting
any recommendations to the Cabinet
on retro-fitting the institution.
Mary Prem: Hey that's a wonder,
build hospitals and then leave it to
Gillian Walters: Someone tell me
if the hospital needs to upgrade or is
it structurally unsafe ?
Ryan Steinberg Jr: I was in SFGH
on Friday and it still had the old fans
from 1955 with no AC. The restroom
was in deplorable conditions. Just a
sad thing to see in a hospital.
Dumas dies four months
after heart surgery
An indomitable spirit within a
towering figure and strong pres-
ence. That was how PNM lady vice
chairman Camille Robinson-Regis
described late former PNM minister
Rennie "Stretch" Dumas who died
Abbi Williamson: Condolences
to his family
Jake C Gosine: Met this guy back
in the early 2000s. Was a cool dude
back then. RIP .
Tenika Charles: RIP Mr Dumas
Lystra Laurent: May he RIP.
Tuesday, May 16, 2017 guardian.co.tt
MAN EXECUTED IN KFC OUTLET
An image from the CCTV footage of Saturday night's shooting at KFC's St Helena
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Miss Siparia Festival
Queen 2017, Shukura
poses with Kurtrea
Phillip, right, (1st
runner up) and
(2nd runner up)
following Friday night's
pageant at Plaza
PHOTO: TONY HOWELL
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