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"I have a five-room
guesthouse that is usu-
ally booked months in ad-
vance but because of the
sea bridge problems, I had
only two sets of visitors for
the entire month of July,"
---Harris McDonald, Head
of Tobago Certified Tour
A Valsayn salesman who
spent four days in custody,
including two nights in the Re-
mand Yard prison in Arouca, on
what he claimed was a trumped
up breathalyser charge, has
won his malicious prosecution
case against the state.
George McPherson Make her
pay personally! I hope is big mon-
ey.Kyron Browne Hope the officer
Nadine Williams Well done.
Too much injustice is handed out
to citizens by disgusting police of-
ficers. WPC should pay him out of
her salary and not the state, then
she would make fair decisions for
the rest of her service.
Reynold F Ollivierre Hope
that these police officers are heav-
ily disciplined for their malicious-
ness and stupidity.
Aneil Ishan Mann Then the
police officer behaviour should be
described as misbehaviour in pub-
lic office and disciplinary action
should be taken against that of-
ficer. She should not be a member
of the police service.
Ranjit Nandlal This officer
should be held responsible.
Ann Isaac Wicked wicked.
Maltha Bompartt The officer
should be sent home, she can't
perform her duties. But the state
would be paying her still to do
same or worse onto others. That's
the country we are living in today.
Kervin Balbosa He needs to be
paid for his ordeal, preferably from
the WPC directly!
Qi Zareen The CoP (or the PSC)
owes it to the public to remove
that WPC with immediate effect.
Miche Rrm About time some-
thing is done about unscrupulous
police...glad to see this case.
Jake C Gosine The WPC an un-
just wielder of authority. This is a
fine example of why crime can't be
controlled in TnT.
Natasha Ferguson Well done,
sue they backside. They need more
people to do this.
Mike Penco That is a typical
reason why the public has no con-
fidence in a corrupt police force.
This guy was not only charged but
denied his freedom by spending
time in Remand Yard, all because
of a police officer from whom the
public expected much better. Be-
cause of police like that, the public
will not co-operate because of a
total lack of trust. The ironic thing
is that the individual is back on
the road issuing tickets, while we,
the taxpayers must pay the fine.
Shalleel Mandol It's about
time someone won a case against
alive and well
Five days after she went
missing, Republic Bank em-
ployee Nikisha Winter-Roach
was found near her Chaguanas
home yesterday morning.
Ornella Nika You have to be
one of the luckiest chics ever.
Only disoriented after five days...
Criminals finally have a heart yes.
Thank God for that.
Venus De Freitas Give thanks
to God she is well n alive.
Africa Rose If that is all, she
should consider herself extremely
lucky! Give thanks and praise to
God the almighty.
Sharon Jorcil James I'm glad
that she's alive and well but there
is something about this story that
doesn't add up. Hope the facts are
made known to the public who
were rooting and praying for her
Harry Ramharack She may re-
veal some facts about her "abduc-
tion" after she recovers from her
disorientation. Glad she is alive.
Ana Henry Ppl be positive
about this. We don't know what
actually happened. Stop casting
aspersions. We'll only understand
when it falls in our court.
41 murderers lose
Privy Council appeal
The Privy Council has dis-
missed an appeal from a group of
41 convicted murderers, who were
challenging a decision to commute
their mandatory death sentences
to terms of life imprisonment and
75 years in prison.
Colin Hamilton Time to ad-
minister the punishment handed
Garcia Mary Caribbean mur-
ders keeping the Privy Council
Aneil Ishan Mann They love to
kill but they want to live forever.
Vishnu Ramdass So what now?
Kemchau Salandy Alvarez
Garcia Hang them...why are they
scared to die?
Anthony Mayers Time to start
hanging! The hangman idle for too
Kristan Luke We like to look at
one side and say all sort of nega-
tive things towards human beings.
Anybody can end up in prison or
the hospital, let's not judge these
because I am sure all those call-
ing for them to be hanged are not
saints. I agree there is a crime
problem in our society, but a per-
son does not wake up one morning
and decide to do crime, some-
where along the way, somebody
failed, be it, parents, teachers, re-
ligious leaders, aunts and uncles.
We failed somebody, because these
criminals who are committing
crime today have a family, so let us
not judge, plz
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MAN WINS MALICIOUS DUI PROSECUTION
A file photograph of police officer administering a breathalyzer test during a
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