Just asking, eh. POLITICIAN, LATINO WOMAN IN HOTEL SEX
Posted on March 13, 2013 by Roget
AN explosive video showing a high Government Official engaging in sex and drug taking with a Spanish speaking woman, has surfaced. It is said to be in the possession of some elements in the ruling People’s Partnership (PP).
In the video the Official was shown making a spliff (a marijuana cigarette) and speaking loudly.
The conversation with the woman was in Spanish but at times the official is heard shouting to someone, in English, off camera “Hold on, ah coming now.”
The disgruntled PP operatives said the waste of time official was brazen to be involved in such illegal activities while wearing his Ministry’s emblem on his shirt.In the midst of the activity, the official was making jokes with the woman and eventually got down to steamy sex in room 201, the number prominently displayed on the key ring.
When this video is eventually released to the public it will definitely be the end of the political career for this particular moron who is well known for his vociferous manner in public forums.
An activist of the ruling PP Government said it was really unfortunate that if such a scandal erupts now it can only harm the party and when one considers the ongoing rumour that the Prime Minister cannot fire a top official because he has certain confidential files on her, “This can only make it 1worse for us,” he declared
This scandal comes on the heels of several Government ministers being involved, one way or the other, with offences that saw the intervention of the police.
Former Minister in the Ministry of National Security Colin Partap is currently before the courts for failure to take a breathalyser test, Minister Dr. Rupert Griffith was recently freed by the court after he clashed with a police officer and Vasant Bharath admitted to driving his vehicle over a woman’s instep last year during the carnival celebrations.
Additionally, two Government ministers were involved in serious vehicle accidents. Chandresh Sharma was rescued by Opposition Member of Parliament Donna Cox
when his vehicle was involved in an accident on the Lady Young Road.
The Ministry of Sports vehicle was badly damaged with Minister Anil Roberts. To date, the cost of damage has not been released by the Government and there was no information forthcoming from the Insurance company.
Recently, a politician suggested that MPs and members of Government ought to be subjected to drug and lie detector tests given the spate of unfortunate accidents and altercations with the public and law enforcement agencies that plagued these high ranking persons over the years.
It is only a matter of time before this video is exposed and is more than likely to rock the nation.
The Prime Minister should stop the rot and read the riot act, immediately.http://tntmirror.com/tnt-new3/?p=2529#more-2529Marlene keeps Anil quiet
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Gail AlexanderPNM MP Marlene McDonald silenced the usually talkative Government MP Anil Roberts in Parliament yesterday when she dropped several sharp references to “Spanish” and “Room 201” in Roberts’ direction. McDonald was delivering a fiery contribution in yesterday’s debate on legislation to precept soldiers for the anti-crime fight, when Roberts appeared to tease her.
McDonald shot back: “I doh need no clap! When I learn to speak Spanish I’ll go and talk to him, I’ll go to Room 201.”
The Parliament chamber rang with a loud chorus of “Oh!”
Calling for the bill to be withdrawn, McDonald said the Government should have further consultation and then return it. Describing the bill as “a half-picked duck,” McDonald said the Government was ill-advised and didn’t understand its consequences.
She expressed concern that the Police Complaints Authority might not have jurisdiction over complaints concerning soldiers and the latter, claiming immunity, might be free to commit abuses of people or property and there would be no redress for citizens. She said during the 2011 state of emergency, the army picked up many people from depressed areas like Duncan Street, Beetham, Laventille and Sea Lots.
McDonald said the legislation could set the stage for a “showdown” between police and soldiers. She queried who would control the police. “Ramesh,” some PP MPs murmured. McDonald asked why there was “reluctance” to give control to the Police Commissioner. She claimed the bill might be the first step to institutionalise the involvement of military power.
She said the Government’s move to amend a segment and give the Chief of Defence Staff supervisory power, rather than the National Security Minister, was still wrong, since the CDS reported to the minister. http://guardian.co.tt/news/2013-03-16/m ... assfieds=0