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SERVICE COMMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
#52 - 58 Woodford Street, Newtown
Port of Spain, Trinidad, W.I.
Tel: (868) 623-2991-6/ Fax: 623-5972
The 2013 Prison Service Entrance (Supplemental)
Examination to the rank of Prison Officer I will be
held on Monday 18th November, 2013 at the Old
Fire Station, Nalis Building, Corner Abercromby and
Hart Street, Port-of-Spain.
Persons who are scheduled to sit this examination
and have not yet received their notification letters,
should contact the Human Resource Adviser II,
Examinations and Assessment Unit, Service
Commissions Department at 623-2745 or visit us at
52-58 Woodford Street, Port of Spain no later than
Monday 11th November, 2013.
Offers are invited for the purchase of the following properties:
1. The properties are being sold subject to all outstanding rates
and taxes and other outstandings.
2. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with
the balance within 90 days.
3. Mortgage financing available to qualified applicants.
4. Subject to contract (Agreement for Sale).
5. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or
6. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
Bids close promptly at 4.00 p.m. on November 20th, 2013 and must
be received at the above address on or before the aforesaid time.
Bids received after the closing date/time will not be opened.
Kidnap victim Satesh Sieunarine,
33, said yesterday he was thankful
to be alive, but says he now lives
life looking over his shoulder.
After being kidnapped from his
Erin home last Friday and released
the following day in Morvant, Sie-
unarine said he has relived the horror
every night when he lies down to
Speaking to the T&T Guardian at
his Danhai Avenue, Buenos Ayres,
home yesterday, Sieunarine said since
Friday, his wife Shadesh, 28, and their
two children have gone into hiding
at a relative s home.
"When the night reaches and I lie
on my bed, I always get a feeling that
something is going to happen.
"I guess I have to say I was lucky.
They (his kidnappers) alone knew
what they were doing. I begged and
I asked God to make sure that I
reached home," Sieunarine said.
Around 3 am Friday, the family was
asleep when four men knocked on
their door, claiming to be police.
He said when he opened the door,
they told him to kneel on the floor
and threw a towel over his head.
"When I opened the door I realised
they were not police and one of them
told me kneel and when I knelt they
hit me in my head.
"After that, they asked for the key
for the car and I said it was outside,
so one of them went and took it, and
they threw a towel over my head and
put me in my car. They took me to
the Tank Road and beat me," Sieu-
While the commotion was going
on, he said, his three-year-old daugh-
ter and five-year-old son remained
asleep. His wife was tied up with
electrical cords and pushed under
Even now, three days after his free-
dom, Sieunarine said he still did not
know why the men took him.
He said he was unsure if it was
related to the shooting of his wife s
relative, Candy Edwards, at sea last
week since they did not have a close
Recalling the ordeal, he added: "I
estimate they had a gun with them,
because when they driving, they saw
a police vehicle passing and they got
frightened and pulled into a side
street. One of the men said, If he
tries anything, blast him.
"I already said to myself they were
going to kill me but I really begged
them and told them I had two chil-
dren to see about.
"When they had me in a house,
one of them asked me if anyone val-
ued my life. They asked, So what
can we get for you? I told him I did
not know because we had no money.
I told him I worked as a taxi driver."
After being dropped out at the Lady
Young lookout, wearing only short
pants, Sieunarine said he walked
around looking for someone to let
him make a phone call.
After that failed he returned to the
lookout and waited until daybreak
before walking to the Morvant Police
He said where the men kept him
could have been at least ten minutes
away from the lookout, and was close
to a school, as he heard children recit-
Although he was released, the kid-
nappers kept his Nissan Sunny B-15,
which he used as a taxi.
With no means of income, he said
he was still trying to figure out how
to provide for his family.
"Well, I have to make out some-
how. I have to do something. That
is what I used to hustle. Now I have
to find something," he added.
As for his wife and children, he
said: "They are not here. She went
down by her family. I don t have a
phone so I have not called her.
"She had gotten sick not too long
ago, suffering from depression. Maybe
that is why she is down there still.
She is taking it on and she said the
children are frightened."
Kidnap victim tells of horrors
...but he's now looking over his shoulder
Satesh Sieunarine shows marks on his body yesterday where his
abductors severely beat him during the kidnapping from his
home in Danhai Avenue. PHOTO: TONY HOWELL
A Canadian citizen
allegedly held with
marijuana was grant-
ed $25,000 bail yes-
Chanelle Diljohn, 22,
appeared before San
Fernando Sixth Court
Magistrate Lisa Ram-
She was arrested last
Thursday after police
went to a house at
It is alleged that the
police found 1.8
grammes of marijuana
in her possession.
She was charged by
WPC Sheryll Ann
Diljohn was repre-
sented by attorney
who said she had no
or pending matters.
The matter was
adjourned to Decem-
ber 4. (SW)
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