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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, September 14, 2013
Radio personality Hansley
Ajodha has pleaded guilty to 13
offences under the Telecommu-
nications Authority (TATT) Act.
Ajodha, managing director of
21st Century Arts and Entertain-
ment Ltd, had initially pleaded
The prosecution had closed its
case and on Thursday, the defence
was expected to put forward its
case, but instead Ajodha changed
his plea to guilty when the matter
resumed in the San Fernando
In November 2009, Ajodha, his
company and Life Radio 99.5 FM
Ltd were charged with a series of
In July Lawrence Cole, manag-
ing director of Radio 99.5 FM,
pleaded guilty to three charges
including providing broadcasting
service without a concession and
operating radio transmission
equipment and providing radio
communication service without
The matters have been
adjourned to September 27, when
Senior Magistrate Rajendra Ram-
bachan will hear mitigation pleas.
All charges were laid under Sec-
tion 65 of the TATT Act and carry
a maximum penalty of $250,000
and five years hard labour.
The offences were committed
between 2006 and 2009. Evi-
dence was led that Safe Holdings
and Trust Ltd, of which Cole is
a directer, agreed to pay $3 million
to Ajodha to transfer all 21st Cen-
tury shares to them.
Adjoda was charged with four
offences, 21st Century was
charged with nine and Life Radio
99.5 FM Ltd with three.
Charges against 21st Century
included failing to pay annual
concession licence fees of
$10,000; failing to pay licence
fees for two years totalling
$100,800; and not providing
details of annual revenues for
Other charges included being
the holder of a concession for the
provision of broadcasting services
changed control without approval
of TATT and entering into an
arrangement with Safe Holding
and Trust Ltd and Life Radio 99.5
FM which permitted those per-
sons to obtain certain rights and
privileges without the approval
Ajodha was charged with aid-
ing and betting 21st Century in
the latter two offences and aiding
and abetted Life Radio 99.5 FM
Ltd in operating radio transmis-
sion equipment without a licence
from TATT and operating a radio
communication service with a
licence from TATT.
Senior Counsel Dana Seetahal
and attorney Sean Cazabon rep-
resented TATT s interest.
Attorneys Kevin Ratiram and
Imran Khan are representing the
Ajodha admits guilt in radio deal case
Six days after Cepep worker
Etheleen White was murdered
at her home in Marabella, her
brother-in-law appeared in
court charged with her murder.
Roger Hinds, 41, of Marabella,
was arrested on Sunday, two days
after White s battered body was
discovered in his home.
He was charged by Sgt Mooti-
lal and appeared before Senior
Magistrate Indra Ramoo-Haynes
in the San Fernando court.
He is accused of murdering
White, 43, at St James Street,
Battoo Avenue, Marabella, on
White was found dead on the
kitchen floor. She had been beat-
en and chopped.
After reading the charge to
him, Ramoo-Haynes told him it
was a capital offence.
"I cannot grant you bail," she
"You just have to stay in jail
until the completion of the mat-
Attorney Annalee Girwar held
for attorney Rekha Ramjit, who
is representing Hinds.
The case was adjourned to
October 10. (SW)
Relative in court for woman's murder
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