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1. Janus Alphonso, 28, January 10, Chaguanas.
2. Walcott Ali, 51, January 11, Clarke Trace, Enterprise, Chaguanas.
3. Kevon Charles, 26, January 31, Lange Park, Chaguanas.
4. Anderson Deo, 22, February 14, Chaguanas.
5. Junior Noel, 31, February 14, Sookoo Trace, Claxton Bay.
6. Jeremy Innis, 19, March 10, Chaguanas.
7. Satrohan Ramhanie, 22, March 26, Xavier Street, off the Caroni
Savannah Road, Chaguanas.
8. Gilbert Browne, 25, March 27, Chaguanas.
9. Roy Thomas, 29, May 1, Union Village Claxton Bay.
10. Anthony Amogan, 43, May 9, La Paille Village, Caroni.
11. Antonio Swan, 21, May 13, Concerned Citizens Street, California.
12. Dillon Mason, 20, May 21, Carapichaima.
1. Akeem Price, 22, , February 4, Mayaro.
2. Chandrabhose Samaroo, 32, May 5, Fitz Trace, Charuma Forest, Biche.
1. Adrian Charles, 24, March 18, Gloster Lodge, Gonzales.
1. Jerome Cross, 27, May 22, San Juan.
2. Joel Apparicio, 31, May 22, Real Street, San Juan.
3. Nicholas Sylvester, 19, January 20, Eighth Street, Barataria.
1. Anthony Hospedales, 18, March 26, McDonald Street Extension,
2. Jerome Clunis, 23, McDonald Street Extension, Chinapoo, Morvant.
3. Chaquille Mc Coy, 21, June 5, Mon Repos, Morvant.
4. Hakeem Alexander, 16, June 9, Superville Hill, Morvant.
5. Tevin Alexander, 15, June 9, Superville Hill, Morvant
1. Naim Dean, 21, April 11, La Horquette Valley Road, Glencoe.
2. Nigel Long, 35, May 13, Mahogany Trace, Bagatelle.
1. Anthony Hepurn, 29, February 11, Mt Moriah, Tobago.
There have been 26 deaths in police
shootings for the year. None of the probes
into these killings has been completed.
Police from various units
are expected to wear body
cameras from September 1,
says director of the Police
Complaints Authority (PCA)
Lucky, who met with acting
Police Commissioner Stephen
Williams yesterday, said she
was told 40 cameras were
already bought. She said
Williams would determine
which units would use them.
"He (Williams) said a system
was being put in place for its
usage and the Police Service is
acquiring more cameras and
the protocols are being put in
place," Lucky said at the press
conference yesterday at the
Waterfront Complex, Port-of-
She said body cameras acted
as an independent means of
determining where the truth
"The body cameras are high-
tech and when you come out
of the police vehicle, as police
officers are moving the cam-
eras are recording," Lucky said.
She said the reason that par-
ticular equipment was used by
many worldwide jurisdictions
was because it also assisted in
exonerating the police and
helping in matters involving
"In jurisdictions which have
used this, what they have
found is that many of the
complaints about police
impropriety have in fact been
reduced because civilians are
aware that there is an inde-
pendent recording of the cir-
cumstances of the shooting,"
Lucky first made the rec-
ommendation some two years
She had first suggested the
cameras in November 2012,
saying they would provide solid
evidence if the police were
accused of any wrongdoing.
At the time, she was speak-
ing at a town meeting at the
Bon Air High School and had
addressed questions of serious
Body cameras for
cops from Sept 1
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JENSEN LA VENDE
Prime Minister Kamla Per-
sad-Bissessar yesterday dis-
pelled rumours that she had
dismissed Sport Minister Anil
Roberts from her Cabinet.
For most of yesterday, there
had been rumours circulating
that Roberts had been fired.
However, addressing the issue
shortly after she officially
opened the new Piarco Police
Station, Persad-Bissessar said,
"Really? Who fired him? I am
still awaiting the report, the
rumours are not true."
The report she was referring
to was an auditor s report on
the Sport Minister s brainchild
Life Sport Programme, which
began last month.
Finance Minister Larry
Howai ordered a probe into the
programme after discrepancies
in the disbursement of funds
were raised and claims it had
been overtaken by criminal ele-
When the programme first
received government approval
in 2012, it was allocated $6.6
million, which was increased
by $23 million one year later.
By 2014, the programme allo-
cation had shot up to over $113
Asked yesterday if she had
spoken to Roberts about the
programme before the audit
was ordered Persad-Bissessar
said yes, but would not divulge
anything more. She said she is
expected to receive the report
Roberts was suspended from
the Congress of the People
(COP) last month, over his
refusal to co-operate with a
team investigating the contro-
versial ganja video issue. In the
video, a man resembling a gov-
ernment minister is seen rolling
what is believed to be a mar-
ijuana cigarette alongside two
women in a hotel room.
Roberts has refused to con-
firm or deny whether he is the
man in the video and after
public debate raged over the
video, has since refused to deal
with it, telling the media the
matter is in his lawyers hands.
PM denies rumour of Anil's sacking
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