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An autopsy on the body of emer-
gency medical technician Dain Kent
revealed that he was shot once in the
Kent, 43, of Speyside, was found in
some bush in an area known as the
Flats, in the village of Mt Grace, on
He was reported missing hours ear-
lier.Kent worked with the Tobago
Regional Health Authority and was
also a part-time taxi driver.
Kent's seven-seater silver Toyota
Noah was found abandoned with its
inside burnt. His body was found
approximately 100 metres off the road,
up a hill. The father of two was found
face down, wearing a white T-shirt
and blue trousers, which was part of
his EMT uniform.
A single spent shell was found at
the scene. Police believe robbery was
the motive behind the killing.
In an interview with the T&T
Guardian, Kent's widow, Nadia Gray-
Kent, said when calls to her husband's
mobile phone went unanswere,d the
family knew something was wrong.
Gray-Kent said she remained in shock
following the discovery of her husband's
"His sister called me and asked if I
spoke to him and I told her no. She
said she tried calling him and she was
not getting on to him, then I started
to call as well and his phone was just
going to voicemail. I started to call
around 1 am.
"He said he was going to Canaan
and he would pick her (his sister) up
on his way back up. She was at work---
she was finishing work at 10 pm, that
was the normal arrangement. He would
pick her up and they would go up
together. He never came, so by half an
hour after, she started calling."
This brings Tobago's murder toll to
three for 2014.
shot in neck
A Newsday journalist who
admitted he benefited from con-
tracts in the controversial Life
Sport programme has been sus-
pended for ten days while the
newspaper does an internal inves-
It is alleged that Walter Alibey,
through his company Agro
Aggressive Organisation and
Maintenance Services Ltd, which
was set up in 2011, received con-
tracts from the Life Sport pro-
One day after the story broke,
Newsday issued a statement
assuring its readers that it had
begun inquiries into the issue.
It was uncertain when the sus-
pension took effect but staffers
suggested it began last Sunday.
Editor-in-Chief of Newsday,
Jones P Madeira, said yesterday
the matter between the paper and
Alibey was a private one. In a tele-
phone interview, Madeira said
Alibey was not at his desk at the
paper, and refused to comment
"If we are dealing with one of
our employees, we prefer that the
matter remain between the News-
day and that employee," Madeira
said, adding that the company
was still looking into the situa-
President of the Banking, Insur-
ance and General Workers Union,
Vincent Cabrera, said the union---
which represents workers at the
paper---as of yesterday had no
information about the situation.
"Usually, if a worker is disci-
plined, he will inform the union,
but we have not been informed
about this matter," Cabrera said.
Alibey refused to comment
when contacted by the T&T
The Life Sport programme is
currently being audited by the
Ministry of Finance after allega-
tions that the programme was
being used to fund criminals.
over Life Sport contract
The final murder case
against convicted mur-
derers Chandroutie Lon-
don and her husband
Kenrick London is
expected to come to an
end next Friday.
The Londons, who are
already serving two life
sentences for the murders
of their five-month-old
baby girl and a female rel-
ative, are facing a third
murder charge for the
killing of their one-year-
old son Daniel London.
The State is expected
to take a "particular
approach" in the matter,
would bring an end to the
murder charge in relation
to Daniel said prosecutor
Anju Bhola to Justice Nor-
ton Jack yesterday.
The child was found
buried at the couple's
Caratal Village, Gasparillo
home in 1997.
case to end
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