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Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar over her failure to deal with issues regarding National Security Minister Jack Warner has been filed by Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley who on Tuesday night, claimed that Warners continued presence in the
He was speaking yesterday at an appreciation ceremony for members of the protective services at the ministrys office on Abercromby Street, Port-of-Spain. The officers who were honoured included those who apprehended persons involved in the credit
National Security Jack Warner yesterday stated that murders committed in recent times have taken on an unusually gruesome quality. The murders have become extremely gruesome and no civilised society should tolerate that, Warner said, alluding to the
Calls for me to resign made 36 times Wednesday, April 10 2013 National Security Minister Jack Warner claims that he is the most vilified, denigrated and abused politician in Trinidad and Tobago, and he will fight back when he is ready.
Senator Fitzgerald Hinds yesterday declared that crime in the country will not be reduced by simply granting police powers to members of the Defence Force. In making this assertion, Hinds took pot shots at National Security Minister Jack Warner and
Tuesday, April 2 2013 ALL nine Independent Senators are expected to talk in todays Senate debate on the bill to give police powers to soldiers, Miscellaneous Provisions (Defence and Police Complaints) Bill 2013, formerly the Defence (Amendment) Bill
These same transactions, according to a more recent report by the same news agency on March 27, appear to be at the centre of the same investigation that now seems to have involved Daryan Warner, son of Minister of National Security Jack Warner, as a
Kamla Persad-Bissessar, in her capacity as head of the National Security Council, yesterday ordered a full national security alert, calling out police, soldiers and other national security officials and agencies following an electricity outage which
Jack Warner, as a cooperating witness in a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) probe into alleged corruption in international football. The Reuters report said Warner, the National Security Minister, has not been charged with any wrongdoing.
Security Minister Jack Warner yesterday said that every time an officer of the law appears in court on a criminal charge, it deeply disappoints him. Speaking yesterday at an inter-institutional programme graduation ceremony for transit police