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Vasant Bharath s gloves are
off.Government senator Bharath
says he has no intention of apol-
ogising publicly to PNM Senator
Camille Robinson-Regis and he
had raised the issue of wig and
fertility drug treatments con-
cerning her in the Senate on
Tuesday, not as personal attack
but to highlight things that
occurred in the PNM Govern-
ment without action being taken.
Bharath spoke yesterday about
the clash between himself and
Robinson-Regis in the Senate on
Tuesday in which remarks about
the wig and fertility treatment
Robinson-Regis in her subse-
quent contribution noted Bharath
had later sent her a note of apol-
ogy which she read into the
record since she said she did not
get a public apology from him.
She had gone on to take a turn
after him on "dog rice" and
alleged Porsche issues.
Robinson-Regis later told the
T&T Guardian she was not sat-
isfied with Bharath s written
apology and wanted to know why
he had not stated it boldly and
loudly as he did his accusations.
Yesterday Bharath said: "I sent
her a note of apology as my
intention was not to hurt her
personally but to bring to the fore
the fact that there have been
many infractions by previous
PNM governments that passed
without action being taken.
"That had to be put in the
context of what happens under
the PP Government where Prime
Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar
has courageously taken decisions
in the public interest on gover-
"I wasn t apologising as I felt
it was incorrect of me to have
brought up the issue of her wig
and fertility treatment.
"That s a matter of public
record and she knows it. My
apology was at a humane level
to state it was not meant per-
sonally or to upset or hurt her
but we can no longer allow spu-
rious allegations to be thrown at
Government in the hope some
will stick. The gloves are now
Bharath also said he made his
statements since Robinson-Regis
was reported to have made alle-
gations earlier in the week about
various ministers, including him.
A little over a year after a Sea Lots mother
and her two young daughters were killed
while attempting to cross the Beetham
Highway, state prosecutors yesterday began
the preliminary inquiry against the police
officer charged with causing their deaths.
During yesterday s hearing two police offi-
cers---Marvin Bengochea and Mitchell Fras-
er---were called to testify in the inquiry which
is being heard by Chief Magistrate Marcia
Ayers-Caesar in the Port-of-Spain Eighth
Bengochea and Fraser testified that on the
morning of the accident, they were driving
along the highway when they noticed the
accident and stopped to assist.
Prosecutors are relying on 34 witness state-
ments given by persons who saw and
responded to the scene of the accident.
PC Sherwin Legere, of Bagna Trace, Chase
Village, is charged with causing the deaths
of Haydee Paul, 28, and her daughters---
Akasha, eight, and Shakira, seven---by dan-
gerous driving. He is also facing an additional
charge of driving dangerously.
The three were on a pavement on the
Beetham Highway on February 24 last year,
near their Pioneer Drive, Sea Lots, home,
when they were struck and killed. Three of
their neighbours---Abigail Assing, 31, Ryan
Rampersad, 20, and Amanda Lalla, 50 ---
were also seriously injured in the crash.
While Assing and Lalla recovered from
their injuries within a couple of months,
Rampersad, who was left almost completely
paralysed, was only released from hospital
on Christmas Eve last year. The survivors of
the crash are not expected to testify in the
When he first appeared in court in mid-
April last year, Legere, who has more than
15 years service was granted $250,000 bail
and ordered to surrender his passport and
report to police once a week. Legere was last
assigned to the Transport and Telecommu-
nications Branch of the Police Service.
The case is being prosecuted by Deputy
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Kathy
Ann Waterman-Latchoo and Shelly Ann
Gajadhar. Legere is being defended by Joseph
Case against cop in Sea Lots tragedy starts
No more apology for
Camille says Vasant
Former TOP chairman Lionel Coker, now with
the ILP, has distanced himself from an alleged
plot against Tobago Development Minister Del-
Coker said he had no knowledge of that when
asked yesterday about claims by Baker s adviser,
Stanley Beard, that an ILP radio programme had
made public mischief with allegations about Baker
and several former TOP executive members were
all part of a plot to tarnish Baker.
Baker remained incommunicado yesterday after
he went to see the Prime Minister on Wednesday
about what has been deemed "nasty rumours."
ILP s Jack Warner and deputy Lyndira Oudit did
not answer calls yesterday Coker said he did not
know what Beard was talking about. He said half
of TOP s executive had resigned and two---the for-
mer elections officer and assistant secretary---had
joined ILP as he had. "So I don t know what he s
(Beard) talking about. So many people left TOP,
you don t know who is who," Coker added.
He said TOP had about 3,000 members on its
books and 500 financial members but since ILP
began recruiting in Tobago, he said, it had obtained
about 3,000 members, some from TOP, some from
PNM and others who have never been involved in
Ex-TOP chairman stays out
of alleged plot against Baker
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