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Griffith Calls Again to have Anti-gang Law Passed

  By Sue-Ann Wayow IF everyone has a democratic right to say and do what they want in Trinidad and Tobago, there will be an infringement on other rights and therefore proper law must be drafted and enforced says Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith. Speaking in support of the anti-gang legislation that he is hoping […]Read More

Three Charged Under Anti-gang Law

  THREE men have been charged under the Anti-gang legislation. According to the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), Ancil Shawn Villafana also called “Chemist” and “Presi,” Kevon Isaiah Franklyn aka “Fat Joe,” of Beetham Gardens, Port-of-Spain, have been charged for being leaders of a gang contrary to section 6(1) (a) of Act No 1 […]Read More