BETWEEN 2003 and 2009, the Special Anti-Crime Unit (SAUTT) which is not yet established by statute, was allocated an estimated $1.6 billion in State resources by the then PNM government, according to a report released this month which for the first time sheds light on the secret organisation’s intelligence-gathering activities and relationship with the Police Service. http://www.newsday.co.tt/news/0,124717.html
Home Secretary Theresa May says she will sign an EU order allowing foreign police to gather evidence in the UK. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-10777870
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What a load of old TOSH!!!
I have included the following case because of the numbers 18 police shoot outs this year. That’s terrible. There should be none. The police here like to shoot first and ask no questions later. Its like that. The dead man has been identified as Sterling Mackonen Diaz of Lodge Place. Diaz killing was recorded as the 18th police killing for the year thus far. It is alleged that Diaz was
Ok so time for a rant. Not only are many people of this country lazy , yes they are… They accept any old excuse and rubbish that is thrown at them. The only time I have seen a local get vocal is if their wages or their beer time is being cut. You may think that is harsh but come and live here. If you have power cuts at the
One in three secondary schools fingerprinting pupils as Big Brother regime sweeps education system By LAURA CLARK Last updated at 4:17 PM on 9th June 2010 Comments (27) Add to My Stories One in three secondary schools is forcing children to swipe their fingerprints just to register in class or take out library books, it emerged yesterday. Figures diclosed under the Freedom of Information Act show how ‘Big Brother’ technology