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Guardian Media says T&T is a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol

Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » July 21st, 2019, 11:36 am

We've known for some time now that Trinidad and To­ba­go was a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol. Peo­ple were be­ing killed and robbed at record rates, weapons made for war flood­ed our streets and every­one seemed to be liv­ing in fear of los­ing their life.

If you think our na­tion­al night­mare couldn't get worse, just re­flect on the events of the last few weeks. In broad day­light, there were dead­ly gun bat­tles in the streets of Port-of-Spain at least 24 peo­ple in dif­fer­ent parts of the coun­try were killed last week alone. No place seemed safe from the scourge of vi­o­lent crime—from an evening jaunt for fried chick­en in West­moor­ings to a chil­dren's birth­day par­ty in cen­tral Trinidad.

From the time you step out of your door, you're tak­ing your life in your own hands. On­ly two days ago, a busi­ness­man get­ting ready to drop his wife off to work was shot dead in a dri­ve-by shoot­ing.

Crim­i­nal gangs have got­ten more brazen. They re­spect no one. Moth­ers and chil­dren are of­ten col­lat­er­al dam­age, caught in the cross­fire of bloody gang wars. Se­nior cit­i­zens are be­ing tar­get­ed and killed by armed home in­vaders. The spike in rapes of women is now at­trib­uted to roam­ing bands of se­r­i­al rapists.

Some crime scenes in our coun­try re­sem­ble the world's dead­liest war zones. We are well past the point of pa­tience and tol­er­ance. We do not have the lux­u­ry of time. We de­mand ur­gent and im­me­di­ate ac­tion. The lead­ers of our gov­ern­ment and op­po­si­tion par­ties have failed to de­liv­er. They need to set aside their dif­fer­ences and con­front our na­tion­al cri­sis head-on.

1. It starts at the top. That means you, Prime Min­is­ter Row­ley. When you cam­paigned for of­fice five years ago, you pre­dict­ed that out-of-con­trol crime would top­ple the UNC-led gov­ern­ment. Ap­peal­ing for sup­port at the polls, you told us that we were "vir­tu­al­ly vot­ing to save (our) life." Vot­ers put their trust in you.

Our lives have nev­er been in greater dan­ger.


The first and ut­most re­spon­si­bil­i­ty of any gov­ern­ment is to pro­tect its cit­i­zens and pro­vide safe­ty of law and or­der. On that score, your gov­ern­ment gets an F.

Crime has soared since you took of­fice, sur­pass­ing by far the du­bi­ous records of your po­lit­i­cal ri­vals, whom you ap­pro­pri­ate­ly lam­bast­ed for their own fail­ings in fight­ing crime.

When Barack Oba­ma be­came pres­i­dent of the Unit­ed States in 2008, he quick­ly ac­cept­ed the role of con­sol­er-in-chief to com­fort his na­tion af­ter mass shoot­ings and oth­er pe­ri­ods of na­tion­al grief. In our na­tion, there is a deaf­en­ing si­lence from the top when moth­ers wail af­ter the blood of their chil­dren flows in the street. We can do bet­ter.

Ask ran­dom peo­ple in Trinidad and To­ba­go to list close fam­i­ly mem­bers and loved ones who have been mur­dered in the last decade and it is not un­usu­al for the num­ber to ex­ceed 20.

You, Dr Row­ley, have felt your own vis­cer­al agony of los­ing loved ones to crime. In ear­ly May, your for­mer high school class­mate John "Jok­er" Mills and his com­mon-law wife, Eu­lyn John, were bru­tal­ly killed by an in­trud­er in the bed­room of their To­ba­go home. Their hands and feet were bound, their mouths gagged and mul­ti­ple stab wounds cov­ered their bod­ies. In your Face­book post, you asked: "What have we be­come? What are we pro­duc­ing as the next gen­er­a­tion?"

As head of gov­ern­ment, you can help save our next gen­er­a­tion, Dr Row­ley. Even though it took three years for you to in­stall per­ma­nent lead­er­ship in the po­lice ser­vice, it was on­ly a start. The li­on's share of the work is yet to be done.

One of the first tasks should be en­sur­ing that po­lice have all the tools to do their job. It didn't help that Guardian Me­dia re­ports re­cent­ly dis­closed that our gov­ern­ment used mil­lions of dol­lars in tax­pay­ers' mon­ey to sup­port gang boss­es and crim­i­nal net­works fu­elling crime. It is in­dis­putable that these crim­i­nals take our mon­ey, buy big­ger and more men­ac­ing guns, fund their il­lic­it ac­tiv­i­ties, then fight each oth­er for the gov­ern­ment largesse. Many civil­ians be­come their in­no­cent rob­bery and mur­der vic­tims.

(The UNC-led gov­ern­ment does not have clean hands in this mat­ter, as it has al­so fund­ed "com­mu­ni­ty lead­ers", al­so known as gang boss­es).


But now, Dr Row­ley, your wear the jack­et. How can the com­mis­sion­er and his rank-and-file do their jobs when your gov­ern­ment is fund­ing the gangs? Don't take our word for it. Lis­ten to what Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith said last week: "It is ab­solute mad­ness that any­body that holds a po­si­tion of au­thor­i­ty could feel that by giv­ing crim­i­nal el­e­ments funds and mon­ey…. [then] throw blame on the po­lice ser­vice. I will not have any­one throw blame…when they are not do­ing their job."

This is the time, Dr Row­ley, for you to stand up and make bold de­ci­sions for all the peo­ple of Trinidad and To­ba­go. One should not pon­der if starv­ing the crim­i­nal net­works of tax­pay­ers' mon­ey will re­sult in elec­toral con­se­quences.

Here's an­oth­er way you can make a dif­fer­ence, Dr Row­ley. Un­der­take a mas­sive re­struc­tur­ing of the na­tion's le­gal sys­tem.

In the PNM's 2015 man­i­festo, you promised: "The PNM will en­gage the crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem stake­hold­ers to re-en­gi­neer the struc­ture to pro­vide an ef­fi­cient and le­git­i­mate crim­i­nal jus­tice sys­tem as the foun­da­tion for crime pre­ven­tion, law en­force­ment and the pro­tec­tion of hu­man rights."

Every­one agrees that our jus­tice sys­tem needs a mas­sive over­haul. Crim­i­nal cas­es still take up to 15 years to come to tri­al—with no guar­an­tee of res­o­lu­tion. (One fraud case in­volv­ing a lawyer who tam­pered with wit­ness­es end­ed last week af­ter 24 years.) Many cas­es lan­guish be­fore mag­is­trates and judges, some of whom, for var­i­ous rea­sons, lack any ur­gency to clear their dock­ets.

The ju­di­cia­ry owns part of the crime prob­lem. If you can­not have a fair jus­tice sys­tem, you can­not fair­ly pros­e­cute crim­i­nals re­spon­si­ble for the crime spree.

Dr Row­ley, the ques­tion is: do you have the will to ful­fil your promise?

Many peo­ple—em­i­nent le­gal schol­ars and cit­i­zens alike—were dis­mayed last week when you de­cid­ed to leave Chief Jus­tice Ivor Archie in his job. He faced mis­con­duct al­le­ga­tions in­volv­ing his as­so­ci­a­tion with two con­vict­ed fraud­sters. Over the last few years, his col­leagues on the bench, the le­gal com­mu­ni­ty and the pub­lic have lost con­fi­dence in Archie and, by ex­ten­sion, the ad­min­is­tra­tion of jus­tice.

If Archie ap­pears to be com­pro­mised, how could he be ex­pect­ed to help you trans­form the jus­tice sys­tem?

Fight­ing crime should be the Gov­ern­ment's top pri­or­i­ty. That is why we can­not un­der­stand how Stu­art Young, your hard­est work­ing min­is­ter in gov­ern­ment busi­ness, can be min­is­ter of com­mu­ni­ca­tion, min­is­ter of le­gal af­fairs, min­is­ter in the Of­fice of the Prime Min­is­ter and min­is­ter of na­tion­al se­cu­ri­ty.

No won­der, the over­bur­dened Mr Young some­times takes a hands-off ap­proach when pressed on crime. "At the end of the day the Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice and the men and women of the Po­lice Ser­vice are the ones con­sti­tu­tion­al­ly who have the pow­ers of ar­rest. I can't go and ar­rest any­one," he said in a re­cent re­but­tal.


At­tack­ing our na­tion­al cri­sis is a full-time job. Here's a rad­i­cal pro­pos­al: re­duce Mr Young's port­fo­lio to on­ly min­is­ter of na­tion­al se­cu­ri­ty or ap­point some­one who can fo­cus every minute of the day on our na­tion­al cri­sis.

2. Fel­low cit­i­zens of Trinidad and To­ba­go, the heinous na­ture and fre­quen­cy of the crime you see every­day is not nor­mal. We are los­ing a gen­er­a­tion of young men—and young women.

If you fol­low so­cial me­dia sites cov­er­ing our car­nage, you'll re­ceive a dai­ly blast of dri­ve-by killings, rob­beries and vi­cious fights—of­ten with guns, cut­lass­es and any­thing peo­ple can get their hands on. In oth­er videos, women and chil­dren con­front and even re­pel po­lice who en­ter neigh­bour­hoods to ar­rest sus­pect­ed gang­sters. This is not nor­mal.


The crim­i­nals keep get­ting younger and younger. With the glee of chil­dren play­ing video games, a group of boys who seemed no old­er than ten-years-old bran­dished guns and bragged in a re­cent video about their crim­i­nal and sex­u­al ex­ploits. No won­der that many peo­ple, af­ter see­ing or hear­ing about grotesque crime, say in ex­as­per­a­tion: "Trinidad is not a re­al place."

Last week came an­oth­er shock­er: young women flash­ing big grins and what ap­peared to be se­mi-au­to­mat­ic weapons.

Many of our young peo­ple have lost their in­no­cence. It is no sur­prise that in many schools, teach­ers are no longer in charge and dis­ci­pline holds no sway. Some young­sters have lit­tle or no re­gard for au­thor­i­ty be­cause they feel that kind of be­hav­iour is em­pow­er­ing and has cur­ren­cy.

It seems like every day the lives of our na­tion's youths are be­ing snuffed out as killers show no mer­cy. We all re­mem­ber how 13-year-old Videsh Sub­ar, while await­ing his SEA re­sult, was bru­tal­ly mur­dered. The school­boy and his neigh­bour, in whose care he was left, were found in her Mal­abar home tied up and their throats slashed.

In Laven­tille, where vi­o­lent gang wars re­flect the hor­rors of ur­ban war­fare, chil­dren are of­ten in­no­cent vic­tims.

About two weeks ago, Fitzger­ald Hinds, min­is­ter in the Of­fice of the At­tor­ney Gen­er­al, dis­closed that in the last decade, more than 1,300 peo­ple in Laven­tille alone had been mur­dered, some 93 per cent by gun­fire.

Hear Mr Hinds: "We have a cri­sis in Laven­tille. Be­cause you know bet­ter than me that to­mor­row, this evening, your chil­dren are at risk. They could be in the wrong place at the wrong time. And you know you too are at risk. Be­cause if you on­ly pro­voke some­body now, tell them some­thing, watch them too hard, bounce them as you pass­ing by the shop, they want to go for their 'lass, they want to go for their gun. That is the lev­el of ig­no­rance."

Hinds seemed baf­fled that chil­dren in Laven­tille would suf­fer the same dire plight of chil­dren in Mid­dle East­ern con­flicts. "This is no war zone," he said of Laven­tille.

When you hear de­spair in a gov­ern­ment min­is­ter's voice, you know we're in trou­ble.

3. This is a call to all de­cent peo­ple. All the good cit­i­zens of Trinidad and To­ba­go who val­ue law and or­der over law­less­ness must come for­ward in num­bers greater than the crim­i­nals to re­claim our coun­try, to help make our neigh­bour­hoods safe again and work with what should be a re­vamped and pro­fes­sion­al po­lice ser­vice.

Let us chan­nel our col­lec­tive out­rage over two decades of record-set­ting blood­let­ting to let our lead­ers know that we don't like it so. De­mand that they work to­geth­er to solve the cri­sis.


We need to de­vel­op and ral­ly around a well-ar­tic­u­lat­ed na­tion­al crime pre­ven­tion strat­e­gy. The Gov­ern­ment and Op­po­si­tion should em­brace civ­il so­ci­ety groups and the busi­ness com­mu­ni­ty to de­vel­op this plan, with ap­pro­pri­ate con­tri­bu­tions from peo­ple across the na­tion.

Be­fore that hap­pens, the Gov­ern­ment should be hon­est and trans­par­ent about the scope of the prob­lem.

But first, the Gov­ern­ment and the po­lice should con­sid­er tak­ing in­ter­im steps to re­store pub­lic trust in the po­lice and ju­di­cia­ry.

We must ac­knowl­edge that re­cent ex­am­ples of peo­ple who have stood stood up against crim­i­nals haven't gone so well. Just pon­der how many state wit­ness­es have been killed while they were in pro­tec­tive cus­tody.

Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith would ac­knowl­edge that many cor­rupt cops would dis­close the names of in­for­mants to crim­i­nals. Grif­fith needs to be giv­en the tools to clean up rogue el­e­ments to build con­fi­dence in po­lice ser­vice.

Any ef­fort to ad­dress crime must con­front the tough­est ques­tions. For in­stance, if the mur­der toll in Trinidad and To­ba­go is large­ly fu­elled by turf bat­tles over drugs, is it time for a whole­sale re­view of our ex­ist­ing drug laws? How do we pre­vent weapons of war from en­ter­ing the coun­try through our ports? How do we pro­vide jobs—in the pub­lic and pri­vate sec­tors—and hope to im­pov­er­ished com­mu­ni­ties? And how do we ral­ly the na­tion to be­come part of the so­lu­tion?

Guardian Me­dia re­mains com­mit­ted to ad­dress­ing these press­ing is­sues. In the next few weeks, we will show how our dire crime sit­u­a­tion is rip­ping apart the fab­ric of our na­tion—and what we all need to do to be safer in our homes, our neigh­bour­hoods and our coun­try.

To chan­nel Stal­in, the bard from Mara­bel­la: Our coun­try faces its dark­est hour. This is a time to de­mand that our lead­ers put coun­try be­fore par­ty.

Find­ing so­lu­tions will not be easy. They will re­quire our best minds, sac­ri­fice and col­lab­o­ra­tion to en­sure that Trinidad and To­ba­go does not be­come a failed state.

Stay­ing the course or do­ing noth­ing is not an op­tion. Our beloved na­tion's very sur­vival is at stake.

http://guardian.co.tt/news/the-breaking ... 7e0bfcfd55

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Postby ProtonPowder » July 21st, 2019, 11:43 am

Serious crimes are down

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Guardian Media says T&T is a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol

Postby PariaMan » July 21st, 2019, 11:47 am

Hope the opposition does the right thing and support the bail bill

After all when the were in power it was passed and enforced

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Postby aaron17 » July 21st, 2019, 11:47 am

Cover page

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Postby hydroep » July 21st, 2019, 12:07 pm

Anthony Bourdain...Sabga-Aboud...Middle Class Buffer...like it gone.

Prestige Holdings...KFC Employee...Killed in a case of mistaken identity.

Guardian Media...owned by...

Perhaps what is going on here is that the people who had the power to influence things for the better stood idly by and let the situation deteriorate because they were not affected directly. Now there is a new breed of criminal who couldn't give a rat's arse about social class, everybody is fair game and the upper echelons of society seeing the writing on the wall.

But nah, after nearly 4 years Guardian Media only now realise what going on and is Rowley fault.

Cry me a river...:|

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Postby PariaMan » July 21st, 2019, 12:20 pm

I am sure close to 100% of the shooter out on bail for gun related offences

We need to stop that soonest

Not saying it is the solution but it is a start

The Cop wants it, one wonders why the opposition does not

Is it because they see the high murder rate as a way to get back into office?

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Postby shake d livin wake d dead » July 21st, 2019, 12:27 pm

One name this govt should contact: rodrigo duterte...that's all we need...his approach

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Postby pugboy » July 21st, 2019, 12:52 pm

what about white collar crimes like paying double rent and saying it is value for money ?

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Postby vaiostation » July 21st, 2019, 12:58 pm

Chickens come home to roost.

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Postby maj. tom » July 21st, 2019, 1:03 pm

nothing going to happen. Why they feel they fooling? Rah rah rah, make everybody feel good on a Sunday and then it's back the the same usual black-heart corruption murder land that we live in tmrw.

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Postby sMASH » July 21st, 2019, 1:05 pm

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:One name this govt should contact: rodrigo duterte...that's all we need...his approach


he is arming the citizens. so, probably we dont need him, just his policies.

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » July 21st, 2019, 1:19 pm

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Postby The_Honourable » July 21st, 2019, 1:35 pm

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:One name this govt should contact: rodrigo duterte...that's all we need...his approach


For pnm financiers to loose market share because their end customers dropping like flies? PNM need $$$ for 2020 yuh know.

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Postby shake d livin wake d dead » July 21st, 2019, 1:52 pm

I talking to some people few days ago...I asked them: when last they saw extreme violence in enterprise and environs...one guy said its due to police measures....I was like, wtf u saying...enterprise is quiet now because most of the heads were killed and the rest in jail...man get quiet...

Same can be said with the death of miceman...st.joseph rather quiet...just kill them all

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Postby The_Honourable » July 21st, 2019, 2:06 pm

^^^ agreed... wipe them out... their financiers too

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Postby pugboy » July 21st, 2019, 2:26 pm

Beyoncé lol

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Postby rspann » July 21st, 2019, 4:05 pm

Wey allyuh getting all this doom and gloom from? Stuarty have everything under control.

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Postby The_Honourable » July 21st, 2019, 4:07 pm

PRESS CONFERENCE: Minister of National Security the Honourable Stuart R. Young M.P. hosts a Media Conference addressing national security issues.


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Postby rspann » July 21st, 2019, 4:10 pm

Thanks Honourable for the post. See what I saying, is false news they spreading. Stuarty have it under control.

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Postby vaiostation » July 21st, 2019, 4:22 pm

De man say he monitoring de borders 24\7. I feel so safe now.


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Postby pugboy » July 21st, 2019, 5:20 pm

A small minority the man say yes

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Postby hydroep » July 21st, 2019, 5:23 pm

WOFT press conference, the public cannot take solace from anything that was said. Basically:

*We wukkin' buh we cyar tell allyuh what we doing because that will alert the criminals.
*Buh doh worry, HOPEFULLY you will see results very soon.
*Come back with the same old systems like Crime Stoppers and passing them off as a new initiatives.
*The security agencies cannot do this on their own. Citizens need to step up.
*And above all, "Don't lose hope".

Hear this eh, if the security agencies in a small country like this needs the public to call Crime Stoppers for its intelligence gathering, something wrong. Dem fellas either eh have the hook up where it matters or they involved in the chupidness which is what Mark Bassant alluded to in the Q&A session.

Nice to see the media go toe to toe with Stuarty, he seemed uncomfortable for a while there...:|

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Postby Duane 3NE 2NR » July 21st, 2019, 5:24 pm

It seems the illegal guns are a symptom, not the cause.

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Postby Redman » July 21st, 2019, 5:29 pm

Cachet disappears when you say cachet instead of cache.

Just saying

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Postby The_Honourable » July 21st, 2019, 5:43 pm

lol... Mark Bassant come out for them today

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Re: Guardian Media says T&T is a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol

Postby pugboy » July 21st, 2019, 5:43 pm

Man say he saw the report and the he say he ain’t see the report

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Re: Guardian Media says T&T is a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol

Postby shake d livin wake d dead » July 21st, 2019, 5:48 pm

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Re: Guardian Media says T&T is a coun­try spi­ralling out of con­trol

Postby [X]~Outlaw » July 21st, 2019, 6:36 pm

Hahahahahahaha lmao!

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