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Former Minister of National Security says full support should be given to the new Government to curb crime

Former Minister of National Security says full support should be given to the new Government to curb crime

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Former Minister of National Security, Gary Griffith

But the Former Minister of National Security, Gary Griffith feels it is far too early for any comments to be made on the new Government’s method of dealing with the crime situation in Trinidad and Tobago.

Gary Griffith, speaking with News Power Now earlier, explained that crime should never be politicized.

He said everyone in this country should be giving full support to the new government where the issue of curbing crime is concerned.

The former Minister assured that the new minister of National Security, Edmund Dillon, has in his possession documents that could assist in his efforts, handed over by the previous administration.

Former Minister of National Security, Gary Griffith

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    Hans-Elmar 3 years

    It is a must to curb crime.Once again,cutlassman a popular person in Tobago killed an elderly white couple.Up to now he killed 3 white couple and attempted to murder another one with his cutlass.As long as this perpetrator who is a policeman with several friends in the THA is executed Tobago should be out of bounds for white couples and white males.

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