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ROBBERY VICTIM DISAPPOINTED
AS COPS KILL 1 OF 3 BANDITS
A mother of two from Waller-
field, whose family was robbed of
their two vehicles during an early
morning home invasion yester-
day, is disappointed that police
only managed to kill one of their
attackers during a shoot-out
shortly after the incident.
Jake C Gosine: Rather than tight-
en belts, many has now turned to the
dangerous and stupid life of crime
with no regards for humane behav-
Natasha Douglas: Had the police
killed all the headline would have
read something like 'police assas-
sination' and then they would have
been bad police that everyone was
wishing were in jail.... ALL ban-
dits should die.... Stop picking and
Vashty Goberdhan: Better luck
next time TTPS,but kill all
Ryan Steinberg Jr: Maybe the
other 2 are police in disguise.
Madonna Brandon: Mam, I too,
share your sentiments. When these
miscreants invades your home and
distresses you, the only consolation
you desire is for them to 'return to
Jaggernath Ramnarine: The lady
is right, she now has to fear for her
Jerland Cameron: Everyone has
to be very very vigilant now, it's the
time we're living in.
Patricia Parmase: Good job by
the police hope you and the family
get some professional help mostly
Zalisha Joseph: She experienced
the trauma with her family , stop
Cancer patients in pain
as SFGH CT scanner down
Hundreds of outpatients, includ-
ing cancer patients, are continuing
to suffer as a 64 Slice computed
tomography (CT) scanner at the San
Fernando General Hospital, which
went down six months ago, remains
Dalip Jairam: How heartless,
those in authority do something to
reduce the suffering of those in need.
David Leeds: Typical Trinidad,
don't bother with upkeep and main-
tenance, just let it all go to pot when
it breaks down. Buy the fancy shoe
for your foot while your children
going hungry. Money have to spend,
Savings account, what is dat?
Alana Williams: Our health care
system in a mess.
Crystal Triniempress John:
There must be someone who can
learn how to repair these machines
instead of everybody running down
degrees and masters and can't get
jobs come on someone out there
learn to fix these things.
Stuart: NLCB chairman
took threats seriously
Acting Finance Minister Stuart
Young yesterday detailed circum-
stances surrounding the provision
of security for the chairman of the
National Lotteries Control Board,
Marvin Johncilla, by the NLCB.
Vijay A Vijay: Then start giving
Roman Catholic priest security too!
Kenny Supersad: It was never
reported to the police. Was it a real
threat. This government is losing
marks daily with wasting money.
We voted for change but we got ex-
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Brownies shelter the rain during their participation in yesterday's Corpus Christi procession from the Queen's Park
Savannah to the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on Independence Square. PHOTO: ANISTO ALVES
CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION
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