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A request made by a senior police
officer, charged with three criminal
offences, for documentary evidence,
was turned down by a magistrate on
Acting ASP Harold Seedarie was told
he had to wait until a state attorney
was appointed before his request could
Seedarie, who has over 30 years
service, made his first appearance in
the San Fernando Magistrates Court
since being charged.
The charges stemmed from an inci-
dent on August 31 when he allegedly
released a prisoner from police cus-
Seedarie who was last assigned to
Southern Division first appeared in the
Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court last
month, when the charges were read to
him. It is alleged that on August 31,
Seedarie went to the San Fernando
Police Station, where his brother Krish-
na was being kept in custody, and
Seedarie s brother had been arrested
in connection with a breathalyser
Noting that at his first appearance
his attorney had requested disclosure,
Seedarie reinforced application for dis-
closure on Thursday.
Police prosecutor Cleyon Seedan said
an interim file had been sent to the
Director of Public Prosecutions office.
He said once the DPP takes control of
a matter the appointed state attorney
would handle all matters of disclosure.
"Mr Seedarie, you know how the
system works," said magistrate Rae
Seedarie replied, "I hope they make
all efforts to have it done."
The matter was adjourned to March
The case against a man charged with raping
his 63-year-old mother was dismissed because
the victim no longer wanted him prosecuted.
The woman went to the Chaguanas Magis-
trates Court on Wednesday where she gave
sworn evidence that she was dropping the case
of her own free will. When asked by prosecutor
Sgt Shiva Boodoo if any threats or promises
were made to her, she said no.
She said she wanted to try to get help for her
son and the family s home would be partitioned
off, with him staying in one section and she in
The 41-year-old man was before Senior Mag-
istrate Gillian David-Scotland charged with rap-
ing his mother and committing grievous sexual
assault two weeks ago.
It was alleged that he attacked his mother
after she came out of the bathroom at their
home last month.
When he first appeared he was remanded to
St Ann s Hospital, at the request of the pros-
ecutor, for a psychiatric evaluation. The medical
report said he was of sound mind.
Cop in court on three criminal charges
Acting ASP Harold Seedarie leaves the San Fernando
Magistrates Court on Thursday after appearing on
three charges, including releasing a prisoner from
the holding cells of a police station.
PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
Attempting to pervert the
course of public justice at a police
station in San Fernando.
Threatened and abused a
member of the T&RT lice Service
while performing his lawful duties,
and that he unlawfully caused the
release of his brother, Krishna
Seedarie, shielding him from
Entered false information into
the station diary.
Mother drops rape
charge against her son
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