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Shoot… Bring de RUM

yip Sweet T&T is still the land of opportunity for some… while the curfew that has now been lifted had in fact affected some of my work… i welcomed it… within the first week of it being lifted the fellas back to their same old things… check out this one story…

Cops warn: Stay out of Central Division

Police said the suspects had gone on a robbery spree, relieving several people of cash, jewelry and cellphones near the Rich Gold Bar and Bhagna Trace. Task Force officers in an unmarked police vehicle caught up with the suspects proceeding north along the highway near Bhagwansingh’s and gave chase. Police said the suspects began shooting at them and they returned fire.

while the POLICE continue their investigations how about WE as Trinis take a look at our selves and see if the LAWS need to be ammended and well i always tout its strict enforcement…

Cops kill three

Police in shootout after robbery outside Chaguanas bar

Relatives of the six victims claim the men had gone out to lime to celebrate the lifting of curfew restrictions in the country, when they got into an altercation with a group of men who attempted to rob one of them at the Rich Gold bar in Chase Village.

There was another altercation outside the club and shots were fired and a report was made to the police.

Police said they responded to the incident and a highspeed chase and shootout ensued along the Uriah Butler Highway, Chaguanas.


  • How about we stop sell liquor at a particular time from these BARS/CLUBS… currently the majority are “Any Day, Any Time“.
  • How about we have a curfew for minors/ folk under 16.
  • How about we only Park our vehicle the same direction as the traffic flow and not against.
  • How about Police search the homes of those involved in shootings.
  • How about allyuh add some more how abouts in the comments…




  1. 30 November, 2011 at 19:44

    What I want to know is what the government is doing (or planning on doing) to curb the crime now that the curfew is done! I mean, these criminals have been kept at bay for months now..I’m sure they were just waiting for the curfew to finish to resume their normal activities. What is the gov’t doing if anything to combat this?

    • 1 December, 2011 at 9:50

      you an us along with you… too much of the same old stuff… increase in fines wont mean anything if we not caching and convicting

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