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With all these vids surfacing, zr's head is exploding atm

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Postby hydroep » February 14th, 2020, 9:36 am

Don't feel safe? Go to a fete...:|

Griffith: Carnival fetes safest place to be in T&T
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Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith is as­sur­ing that de­spite the surge in mur­ders, mea­sures are be­ing tak­en to re­store a lev­el of se­cu­ri­ty to cit­i­zens es­pe­cial­ly dur­ing the Car­ni­val sea­son.

The pledge comes as the pub­lic con­tin­ues to grap­ple with an uptick in crime and vi­o­lence and lament their vul­ner­a­bil­i­ty to crim­i­nals.

Dur­ing a drill with var­i­ous arms of the Trinidad and To­ba­go Po­lice Ser­vice (TTPS) ahead of the Car­ni­val sea­son yes­ter­day at the Po­lice Acad­e­my, Com­mis­sion­er Grif­fith said the cur­rent blood­shed was not re­lat­ed to the Car­ni­val sea­son and added that mea­sures have been put in place to bol­ster the pro­tec­tion of cit­i­zens.

“There is an op­er­a­tional plan for every sin­gle event, so prob­a­bly the safest event to be is at­tend­ing Car­ni­val fetes. So I want the pub­lic to be com­fort­able. No need to be fear­ful, just be care­ful. We are out in full force at every Car­ni­val event.”

Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young, said gang­sters were be­hind the up­surge in blood­shed and again point­ed to the pro­lif­er­a­tion of high-pow­ered ri­fles fu­el­ing the mur­ders.

“What you’re see­ing right now is a lot of reprisals with gangs and gang ac­tiv­i­ties, lead­ing to wan­ton shoot­ings at each oth­er and al­so the types of firearms they have is a ma­jor con­cern to us.”

Min­is­ter Young re­it­er­at­ed that one mur­der was one too many and main­tained there were no cor­re­la­tions with the re­cent spate of killings to Car­ni­val. He said all arms of the TTPS were work­ing in tan­dem with each oth­er and ex­plor­ing in­tel­li­gence gath­ered.

He, how­ev­er, stressed the op­po­si­tion’s sup­port on leg­is­la­tion aimed at keep­ing gun of­fend­ers off the street was crit­i­cal to re­duc­ing the blood­shed.

Dur­ing yes­ter­day’s ex­er­cise, of­fi­cers as­signed to the Guard and Emer­gency Branch, Ca­nine and Mount­ed Branch Unit took part in a sim­u­la­tion ac­tiv­i­ty as they read­ied them­selves to hit the streets on Car­ni­val which is just days away.

The po­lice com­mis­sion­er warned that of­fi­cers were pre­pared to deal with any sit­u­a­tion how­ev­er as­sured no brute force would be used against the pub­lic.

“Mem­bers of the pub­lic who may have an in­ten­tion to desta­bilise the coun­try and break the law, what you see here is not in­tim­i­da­tion, not a show of force. It is the min­i­mum use of force what we show is if a large amount of peo­ple try­ing to break the law through the drills, this is just stan­dard op­er­a­tional pro­ce­dure,” said Grif­fith.


https://www.guardian.co.tt/news/griffith-carnival-fetes-safest-place-to-be-in-tt-6.2.1055313.bb1226fa7a

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Postby Rovin » February 20th, 2020, 11:34 am

man posing with gun

https://www.facebook.com/TrinidadBandit ... =3&theater


*** i now see somebody say on fb that d police dun him last night ...

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Postby Rovin » February 20th, 2020, 11:24 pm

GARY SAYS DON’T WINE ON HIM
AND HIS OFFICERS. ...
:shock: ...... :lol:


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Postby rspann » February 21st, 2020, 6:52 am

Rovin wrote:
GARY SAYS DON’T WINE ON HIM
AND HIS OFFICERS. ...
:shock: ...... :lol:

Unless you is a man.

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Postby hydroep » February 25th, 2020, 7:43 am

Senior cops charged with child trafficking, supporting gang

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Acting Inspector Rajesh Gookool, 47, and Acting Sergeant Richard Lalbeharry

Two police officers are among three people charged with trafficking in person (child) for the purpose of exploitation, under Section 18 of the Trafficking in Persons Act.

Acting Inspector Rajesh Gookool, 47, and Acting Sergeant Richard Lalbeharry, 43, both last attached to the Central Division, were also both charged with receiving a benefit knowing that it resulted from the offence of trafficking in a child, supporting a gang in the commission of gang-related activity and misbehavior in public office.

Gookool was additionally charged with sexual penetration of a child.

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The third accused, Matthew ross, 39, a bar manager, of Freeport, also faces a charge of supporting a gang in the commission of gang-related activity.

The trio is expected to appear before a Chaguanas Magistrate, on Wednesday.

The men were among four suspects arrested by officers of a Special Task Force put together by the Commissioner of Police, in conjunction with the Counter-Trafficking Unit, during an anti-crime exercise conducted in the Central Division last Friday.

The Special Task Force was assisted by officers of the Special Operations Response Team and the Inter-Agency Task Force.


https://trinidadexpress.com/newsextra/senior-cops-charged-with-child-trafficking-supporting-gang/article_34812f9e-5770-11ea-bf01-cff8e387fea1.html

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Postby pugboy » February 25th, 2020, 9:12 am

Central again

Ian padna Johnny must be glad he retire before GG come on the scene yes.

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Postby VII » February 25th, 2020, 10:11 am

Rajesh is only 47 ffs !? Is that the new 60 or sumn?

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Postby sMASH » February 27th, 2020, 7:00 pm

by chance, gg have chirren?

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Postby eliteauto » February 27th, 2020, 7:51 pm

sMASH wrote:by chance, gg have chirren?
Yes

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Postby sMASH » February 27th, 2020, 8:02 pm

eliteauto wrote:
sMASH wrote:by chance, gg have chirren?
Yes

i think people should take the same approach he has with his chirren and social media. good job, gg.

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sMASH wrote:
eliteauto wrote:
sMASH wrote:by chance, gg have chirren?
Yes

i think people should take the same approach he has with his chirren and social media. good job, gg.

What GG need to do is comment on the officer who shot the other officer in the chest, legal firearm notwithstanding, and got 200K bail, because he's always quick to shoot off his mouth when Kwame and Dilraj get bail for merely possessing a firearm.

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Postby sMASH » February 28th, 2020, 6:15 am

De Dragon wrote:
sMASH wrote:
eliteauto wrote:
sMASH wrote:by chance, gg have chirren?
Yes

i think people should take the same approach he has with his chirren and social media. good job, gg.

What GG need to do is comment on the officer who shot the other officer in the chest, legal firearm notwithstanding, and got 200K bail, because he's always quick to shoot off his mouth when Kwame and Dilraj get bail for merely possessing a firearm.

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Postby pugboy » February 28th, 2020, 6:23 am

what is latest with investigation when mystar carry ian alleyne on shootout mission ?


sMASH wrote:
De Dragon wrote:
sMASH wrote:
eliteauto wrote:
sMASH wrote:by chance, gg have chirren?
Yes

i think people should take the same approach he has with his chirren and social media. good job, gg.

What GG need to do is comment on the officer who shot the other officer in the chest, legal firearm notwithstanding, and got 200K bail, because he's always quick to shoot off his mouth when Kwame and Dilraj get bail for merely possessing a firearm.

polise is the bess, they are beyond reproach, they need moar powah... they shittin ice cream

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Postby maj. tom » February 28th, 2020, 7:56 pm

The police can't fix that problem eh. I mean, everyone knows that's the problem, has been the problem for the majority of crime in any country.

Over to you TT politicians....
oh yeah, just steal we money and do nothing for the next 20 years.

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Postby Rovin » March 11th, 2020, 6:17 pm

Trinidad Express Newspapers
about an hour ago ·
A number of police officers have descended upon the offices of Trinidad Express Newspapers, CCN TV6: Trinidad and Tobago understands it's in connection with a story that ran in last Sunday's Express.


police searching up express house all now ? .....

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Postby The_Honourable » March 11th, 2020, 6:22 pm

Dem gyul in express pissing Gary off

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Postby maj. tom » March 11th, 2020, 6:55 pm

Regular *** agenda of harassing and persecuting the press. Before they investigate the bad, corrupt cop, this is what they doing.

Here is why:
https://trinidadexpress.com/news/local/ ... 65d5a.html

THE Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into allegations that acting Police Commissioner Irwin Hackshaw deposited close to $2 million in his personal bank accounts.
The PCA is also investigating police officers attached to the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) who allegedly leaked “sensitive information” regarding Hackshaw being flagged by three financial institutions for the suspicious deposits.

The PCA’s statement yesterday came two days after a similar release by the T&T Police Service and one day after a Sunday Express exclusive on the suspicious accounts.


The release noted: “The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) notes the detailed content of newspaper articles entitled ‘ACP flagged for suspicious activity: Banks report deposits of close to $2m into over 15 personal accounts...’ and ‘TTPS admits ‘external’ probe into senior officer’, both featured in the March 8, 2020 edition of the Sunday Express.

“Pursuant to Section 26 of the PCA Act, Chapter 15:05, the PCA has independently initiated a two-fold investigation surrounding reports of unusual financial transactions linked to Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr Irwin Hackshaw; and the alleged dissemination of ‘sensitive information’ by police officers attached to the Professional Standards Bureau. As an independent oversight body, the PCA is committed to ensuring that no police officer acts above the rule of law and empowering the citizenry to report incidents of police misconduct and/or criminal activity.”

The Express understands the banks reported the suspicious activity to the Financial Intelligence Unit of T&T (FIU) following deposits into over 15 personal accounts belonging to Hackshaw during the period 2014-2019.

Hackshaw, whose substantive post is Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), holds the acting position of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Administration and Operational Support.

He was also one of the many police officers who had applied for the post of DCP which was advertised by the Police Service Commission (PSC) in 2017, but was unsuccessful.

FIU: Information confidential

The Financial Intelligence Unit also responded yesterday, explaining that all information gathered remains confidential.

It noted, “(the FIU) continues to comply with its legal obligations to keep confidential all intelligence and information gathered in the execution of its functions. The FIU further underscores to the public and all stakeholders, the importance of confidentiality in combating money laundering, financing of terrorism and other related crimes.”

It stated: “Pursuant to Section 23(1) of the Financial Intelligence Unit Act, Chap. 72:01, any person other than an FIU officer, who, in the course of his business obtains or receives information from the FIU, and knowingly discloses the information to any person, commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment for three years.”

Furthermore, “tipping off” is absolutely prohibited under law, the FIU said, noting that Sections 51 (1) and 53 (2) of the Proceeds of Crime Act, Chap. 11:27, make a person liable on summary conviction to a fine of five million dollars and to imprisonment of five years if he knows or suspects that a police officer is acting or proposing to act in connection with an investigation or proposed investigation concerning money laundering, and discloses to any other person, information or other matter which is likely to prejudice that investigation or proposed investigation”.

The release noted that apart from committing the above-mentioned offences, “unauthorised disclosure may jeopardise personal safety and security of individuals, negatively affect both personal and business reputations. The public is asked to be guided accordingly.”

Efforts to contact Police Service Commission chairman Bliss Seepersad yesterday evening were unsuccessful.

Background

An eight-month Express investigation has unearthed that cheques were made out to Hackshaw by several construction firms, businesses owners, a security company and a former ambassador to Canada.

Among the companies are Namalco Construction, Asia V Organisational Ltd (#1SouthLand Mall, Cross Crossing, San Fernando), Laing Sandblasting, Unipet, Guardsman Security Services, Mootilal Ramhit and Sons Contracting Ltd, Super Technologies, Suncorp Enterprises Ltd, Kaizen Environmental Services, former ambassador and director at SNC-Lavalin Phillip Buxo and businessman Mitra Dharmasingh.

Additionally, there were over 180 deposits amounting to $1.8 million spread over 18 RBC Royal Bank accounts, with more monies deposited into an account at Scotiabank and the Unit Trust Corporation.

Last Friday when the Express attempted to get a comment from Hackshaw, he said: “Well, if you want to print whatever you want, dearie, you can. But just be mindful there are repercussions to those...”

During the period February-September 2017, Hackshaw received $105,500 from Cunupia-based business BioMedical Technologies which was told the money was to be allocated to events hosted by the Police Service.

The company issued the following cheques to Hackshaw:

* February 2, 2017-Cheque #0007303-$65,000;

* July 28, 2017-Cheque #0007737-$8,000;

* September 13, 2017-Cheque#0007810-$25,000

* September 29, 2017-Cheque#0008041-$7,500.

Director of BioMedical Technologies David Jaikissoon told the Sunday Express last Thursday: “He (Hackshaw) is just a friend to me. He asked for donations for a police Christmas function and sporting event. He was scouting around for donations.”

He was asked why the cheques were not made payable to the TTPS instead of Hackshaw, and whether Hackshaw had presented any written correspondence bearing the TTPS logo.

Jaikissoon said, “It really does not matter to me, it is not like I am doing business with the TTPS or looking for work from them, the monies were given to assist in their events.”


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Postby pugboy » March 11th, 2020, 7:06 pm

Wonder if there was a plan to throw a blind eye to this chap red flags and the express bussing the mark throw and wrench in

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Postby zoom rader » March 11th, 2020, 7:08 pm

maj. tom wrote:Regular *** agenda of harassing and persecuting the press. Before they investigate the bad, corrupt cop, this is what they doing.

Here is why:
https://trinidadexpress.com/news/local/ ... 65d5a.html

THE Police Complaints Authority (PCA) has launched an investigation into allegations that acting Police Commissioner Irwin Hackshaw deposited close to $2 million in his personal bank accounts.
The PCA is also investigating police officers attached to the Professional Standards Bureau (PSB) who allegedly leaked “sensitive information” regarding Hackshaw being flagged by three financial institutions for the suspicious deposits.

The PCA’s statement yesterday came two days after a similar release by the T&T Police Service and one day after a Sunday Express exclusive on the suspicious accounts.


The release noted: “The Police Complaints Authority (PCA) notes the detailed content of newspaper articles entitled ‘ACP flagged for suspicious activity: Banks report deposits of close to $2m into over 15 personal accounts...’ and ‘TTPS admits ‘external’ probe into senior officer’, both featured in the March 8, 2020 edition of the Sunday Express.

“Pursuant to Section 26 of the PCA Act, Chapter 15:05, the PCA has independently initiated a two-fold investigation surrounding reports of unusual financial transactions linked to Acting Deputy Commissioner of Police, Mr Irwin Hackshaw; and the alleged dissemination of ‘sensitive information’ by police officers attached to the Professional Standards Bureau. As an independent oversight body, the PCA is committed to ensuring that no police officer acts above the rule of law and empowering the citizenry to report incidents of police misconduct and/or criminal activity.”

The Express understands the banks reported the suspicious activity to the Financial Intelligence Unit of T&T (FIU) following deposits into over 15 personal accounts belonging to Hackshaw during the period 2014-2019.

Hackshaw, whose substantive post is Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), holds the acting position of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Administration and Operational Support.

He was also one of the many police officers who had applied for the post of DCP which was advertised by the Police Service Commission (PSC) in 2017, but was unsuccessful.

FIU: Information confidential

The Financial Intelligence Unit also responded yesterday, explaining that all information gathered remains confidential.

It noted, “(the FIU) continues to comply with its legal obligations to keep confidential all intelligence and information gathered in the execution of its functions. The FIU further underscores to the public and all stakeholders, the importance of confidentiality in combating money laundering, financing of terrorism and other related crimes.”

It stated: “Pursuant to Section 23(1) of the Financial Intelligence Unit Act, Chap. 72:01, any person other than an FIU officer, who, in the course of his business obtains or receives information from the FIU, and knowingly discloses the information to any person, commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction to a fine of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and to imprisonment for three years.”

Furthermore, “tipping off” is absolutely prohibited under law, the FIU said, noting that Sections 51 (1) and 53 (2) of the Proceeds of Crime Act, Chap. 11:27, make a person liable on summary conviction to a fine of five million dollars and to imprisonment of five years if he knows or suspects that a police officer is acting or proposing to act in connection with an investigation or proposed investigation concerning money laundering, and discloses to any other person, information or other matter which is likely to prejudice that investigation or proposed investigation”.

The release noted that apart from committing the above-mentioned offences, “unauthorised disclosure may jeopardise personal safety and security of individuals, negatively affect both personal and business reputations. The public is asked to be guided accordingly.”

Efforts to contact Police Service Commission chairman Bliss Seepersad yesterday evening were unsuccessful.

Background

An eight-month Express investigation has unearthed that cheques were made out to Hackshaw by several construction firms, businesses owners, a security company and a former ambassador to Canada.

Among the companies are Namalco Construction, Asia V Organisational Ltd (#1SouthLand Mall, Cross Crossing, San Fernando), Laing Sandblasting, Unipet, Guardsman Security Services, Mootilal Ramhit and Sons Contracting Ltd, Super Technologies, Suncorp Enterprises Ltd, Kaizen Environmental Services, former ambassador and director at SNC-Lavalin Phillip Buxo and businessman Mitra Dharmasingh.

Additionally, there were over 180 deposits amounting to $1.8 million spread over 18 RBC Royal Bank accounts, with more monies deposited into an account at Scotiabank and the Unit Trust Corporation.

Last Friday when the Express attempted to get a comment from Hackshaw, he said: “Well, if you want to print whatever you want, dearie, you can. But just be mindful there are repercussions to those...”

During the period February-September 2017, Hackshaw received $105,500 from Cunupia-based business BioMedical Technologies which was told the money was to be allocated to events hosted by the Police Service.

The company issued the following cheques to Hackshaw:

* February 2, 2017-Cheque #0007303-$65,000;

* July 28, 2017-Cheque #0007737-$8,000;

* September 13, 2017-Cheque#0007810-$25,000

* September 29, 2017-Cheque#0008041-$7,500.

Director of BioMedical Technologies David Jaikissoon told the Sunday Express last Thursday: “He (Hackshaw) is just a friend to me. He asked for donations for a police Christmas function and sporting event. He was scouting around for donations.”

He was asked why the cheques were not made payable to the TTPS instead of Hackshaw, and whether Hackshaw had presented any written correspondence bearing the TTPS logo.

Jaikissoon said, “It really does not matter to me, it is not like I am doing business with the TTPS or looking for work from them, the monies were given to assist in their events.”

What press?

We do not have a free press it's all ran by 1% filled with PNM trash

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Postby De Dragon » March 11th, 2020, 7:44 pm

Well the whistle blower hopefully busted the files after TTPS inaction, and not before, because the argument will be that he was unfairly treated.

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Postby sMASH » March 11th, 2020, 8:03 pm

so wait, illegal to send and receive.
if they dont find any information or documents, does that mean the ttps has nothing to substantiate the report in the papers?
like if i say , 'alwaris chirren were using high powered assault weapons', then they come and search me, but find no evidence of anything, can they really say, that i had any whistle blowing communictions?

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Postby pugboy » March 11th, 2020, 8:17 pm

They didn’t go and search ferris chirren fones and social media accounts ?

sMASH wrote:so wait, illegal to send and receive.
if they dont find any information or documents, does that mean the ttps has nothing to substantiate the report in the papers?
like if i say , 'alwaris chirren were using high powered assault weapons', then they come and search me, but find no evidence of anything, can they really say, that i had any whistle blowing communictions?

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Postby daxt0r » March 12th, 2020, 6:45 am

dese clowns called police eh, dem an politician wa tell men not to eat food and put down wuk, wa dey should say is put down big wuk and eat from trough like we. Imagine top clown could waste time studyin who leaking facts in PSB to the media rather than d amount ah ppl getting murdered and robbed everyday.
Guess protecting a weak corrupt police force that only good at defending the rich and politicians more important than d 99% out dey.

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Postby De Dragon » March 12th, 2020, 1:14 pm

The_Honourable wrote:Dem gyul in express pissing Gary off

Gary in London, any guesses on who authorized the raid? Hackshaw!
That's why Gary will never get my full respect because when they asked him about it, he make some dotish comment which basically said that Hackshaw could do what he want when he (Hackshaw) is in charge :? The same Gary who gets on like a George Street sex worker when Kwame, or Rajedra get bail, he deems unfair, suddenly cannot see an issue with a man under investigation raiding the media house who informed us.

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Postby daxt0r » March 12th, 2020, 5:03 pm

d man jus cya get d makomey politician outta him.
Or accordin to Spanish, ah baby politician..

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Postby pugboy » March 12th, 2020, 5:03 pm

what is latest with gg investigation against mystar for allowing a civilian(ian alleyne) on a police shootout raid ?

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