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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby rfari » February 25th, 2013, 8:31 am

RIPEBREDFRUIT wrote:
rfari wrote:
RIPEBREDFRUIT wrote:^^^ But is it the general publics fault? why make them all suffer?

Nope it isnt our fault but thats all part of the process of a protest. The pressure now will be on the authorities to ensure that a proper investigation into the accident is done else it may result in similar action


Well then just as in first world countries, protect action with violence that may potentially harm innocent people will be met with TEAR gas and rubber bullets again.
Hope you all dont want to cry excessive police force next time too.

Just saying if thats the process for protest theres also a process for Subdueing violent protesters.

Yup correct. Everyone has a role to play; protesters protest and law enforcement suppress the protest but as it stands, its obvious to see which group is smarter than the other.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 8:41 am

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Postby ~*Pãñdorą*~ » February 25th, 2013, 8:46 am

Pan and rhythm section too?! :?

Ohhhhkay then!

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby Ted_v2 » February 25th, 2013, 8:51 am

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 9:13 am

2 threads running on same accident at sea lots

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 9:16 am

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TriP wrote:Highway is clear by the Sealots area. Free to commute..!!


hope they dont start back in the morning ..........


u are so correct.. :lol:
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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby AllTrac » February 25th, 2013, 9:22 am

my thing is, why dont they let a drip of common sense prevail, this accident happened on Sunday, not 1 working day has passed, no full investigation has started no official word yet and its understandable cause the morning has barely begun but they just assume that its a cover up and want jostiss. At least give it a couple days first and see where it is headed

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 9:26 am

Priority Bus Route now open from Tunapuna for commuters into Port-of-Spain after early morning protest in Sea Lots.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 9:30 am

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby hustla_ambition101 » February 25th, 2013, 10:50 am

TriP wrote:Priority Bus Route now open from Tunapuna for commuters into Port-of-Spain after early morning protest in Sea Lots.


Woft, pbr was standstill, only those with sirens was moving west

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby todd61 » February 25th, 2013, 11:47 am

how's the traffic now?

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby TriP » February 25th, 2013, 12:46 pm

TriP wrote:
pioneer wrote:WINTV journalist

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http://www.facebook.com/darryl.heeralal?fref=ts


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We would like to inform the national community that as promised, we met with Mr. Darryl Heeralal today, and following that meeting WIN Communications wishes to advise that Mr. Heeralal has been terminated as a freelancer, and will no longer be affiliated with WIN TV or WIN Radio in any capacity.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby Rooki3 » February 25th, 2013, 12:52 pm

as expected

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby ruffneck_12 » February 25th, 2013, 12:52 pm

PBR was clear when I was travelling at 11am

I sure sheit gonna get serious again in the evening, bess yuh leave work early

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby hustla_ambition101 » February 25th, 2013, 12:52 pm

TriP wrote:
TriP wrote:
pioneer wrote:WINTV journalist

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http://www.facebook.com/darryl.heeralal?fref=ts


PRESS STATEMENT
We would like to inform the national community that as promised, we met with Mr. Darryl Heeralal today, and following that meeting WIN Communications wishes to advise that Mr. Heeralal has been terminated as a freelancer, and will no longer be affiliated with WIN TV or WIN Radio in any capacity.

WIN COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT


He go be wukking with Sat before the week done

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby LovinDiva » February 25th, 2013, 1:03 pm

We need to Pray for this country.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby *$kїđž!™ » February 25th, 2013, 1:05 pm

Mods can u merge this topic with this one....

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby ~*Pãñdorą*~ » February 25th, 2013, 1:11 pm

hustla_ambition101 wrote:
TriP wrote:
TriP wrote:
pioneer wrote:WINTV journalist

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http://www.facebook.com/darryl.heeralal?fref=ts


PRESS STATEMENT
We would like to inform the national community that as promised, we met with Mr. Darryl Heeralal today, and following that meeting WIN Communications wishes to advise that Mr. Heeralal has been terminated as a freelancer, and will no longer be affiliated with WIN TV or WIN Radio in any capacity.

WIN COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT


He go be wukking with Sat before the week done


More like marrid to one he dawtahs!!

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby Rooki3 » February 25th, 2013, 2:16 pm

rachel price beating up on twitter, some gal name renuka singh agreed wid d dude, she happens to also wrk for some media house, they want her fired too

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby rfari » February 25th, 2013, 2:48 pm

Rooki3 wrote:rachel price beating up on twitter, some gal name renuka singh agreed wid d dude, she happens to also wrk for some media house, they want her fired too

Post wha rachel price say. Dat vomit

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby VexXx Dogg » February 25th, 2013, 3:00 pm

TriP wrote:
TriP wrote:
pioneer wrote:WINTV journalist

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http://www.facebook.com/darryl.heeralal?fref=ts


PRESS STATEMENT
We would like to inform the national community that as promised, we met with Mr. Darryl Heeralal today, and following that meeting WIN Communications wishes to advise that Mr. Heeralal has been terminated as a freelancer, and will no longer be affiliated with WIN TV or WIN Radio in any capacity.

WIN COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby Rooki3 » February 25th, 2013, 3:13 pm

rfari wrote:
Rooki3 wrote:rachel price beating up on twitter, some gal name renuka singh agreed wid d dude, she happens to also wrk for some media house, they want her fired too

Post wha rachel price say. Dat vomit


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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby fraggle » February 25th, 2013, 8:31 pm

Why bright people would reduce themselves to using derogatory terms like those is beyond me yes. What that solving?

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby toyota2nr » February 25th, 2013, 9:47 pm

But 'Racial' Price does make plenty similar statements.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby rollingstock » February 25th, 2013, 9:56 pm

RIPEBREDFRUIT wrote:SO why dont they go and BLOCKADE the POLICE station in question where the officers who supposedly removed the bottle of alcohol work?


What bottle of alcohol?
Eyewitnesses statements are that bystanders threw the alco bottles into/around the car.
A field sobriety test was conducted on the police officer soon after at the POSGH and his reading was ZERO.

A police officer who was warded not as a result of the accident but as a result of the beating suffered at the hands of bystanders.


Not making any excuse for the officer because the facts would show that he is a cornt, clearly he was speeding EXCESSIVELY as indicated by the carnage and extensive damage done to his vehicle and his apparent inability to control his vehicle.

My heart goes out to the family of those who perished and those still in intensive care, but the normal wrong information being bandied about as facts are sickening.

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby sekhar_777 » February 26th, 2013, 4:53 am

Any updates for today morning?

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Postby Racegod » February 26th, 2013, 6:27 am

Hope thing settle today yes

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Postby TeamH2O » February 26th, 2013, 6:27 am

like normal this morning

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Postby Allergic2BunnyEars » April 12th, 2013, 1:23 pm

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47 days after mother, daughters killed by cop in crash
By Renuka Singh

Story Created: Apr 11, 2013 at 9:40 PM ECT

Story Updated: Apr 12, 2013 at 6:27 AM ECT

"The probe into the Sea Lots accident is turning out to be a bloody mess with the blood sample of the policeman who was driving the death car going missing and resurfacing about a month later.

In spite of this however, Police Complaints Authority (PCA) chairman, attorney Gillian Lucky, said yesterday all evidence needed to charge the driver involved in the now 47-day-old accident has already been discovered.

“What the PCA is saying is that there are several persons who are affected by this incident...it does not prevent charges from being laid as you are going through an investigation,” Lucky said at a press conference at the PCA office at Tower D, International Financial Centre, Port of Spain.

Lucky also said the PCA would be voicing its concern over the long delay in laying charges in this case to acting Commissioner of Police Stephen Williams and Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard, to try and determine a “specific reason why this case cannot be closed”.

“We will go so far as to ask this question: what will the remaining information or evidence be relevant to in terms of determining whether the person can be charged or determining what charges?” she said, adding that the PCA will continue to actively monitor and make recommendations until there is closure.

She said despite new information that a blood sample taken from the police officer driving the car was “spoilt” and “clotted”, that the breath analysis was administered five hours after the incident and that video footage only captured before and after the accident, there was still enough existing evidence to lay charges in this case.

“Even without the blood sample, it does not mean that the investigation has been adversely affected to the extent that no charges can be laid. In other words, what the PCA is saying is that not at this point or will it ever compromise a police investigation,” she said.

On February 23, 28-year-old Haydee Paul and her daughters—Akasha, eight, and Shakira, seven—were killed while making their way home after crossing the Beetham Highway near Pioneer Drive in Sea Lots, where they lived.

The three other people injured in the crash were identified as Amanda Lalla, 26, Abigail Assing and Ryan “Dhal” Rampersad, also of Pioneer Drive.

“It is not that there is insufficient evidence. There are witness statements and there are persons in these statements who have given in their statements and indication as to what occurred,” she said.

Lucky detailed how the blood sample taken from the driver on the date of the accident at the Port of Spain General Hospital in the presence of police officers went missing for almost a month, before reappearing at the Chemistry Food and Drug Division at the same hospital.

After more than a month of monitoring the ongoing investigations from the sidelines, Lucky said she only learned that the sample was “spoilt” and “clotted” on Friday.

“The samples were found to be severely hemolyzed and I am told that means they were de-natured and clotted and to use the layman’s language for all of us, it means that the blood samples were spoilt and were sent back to the Port of Spain General Hospital,” she said.

“Today, information has been received, that at the Chemistry Food and Drug Division, regular checks were made during this time period and on the 22nd March, 2013 a chemist collected two vials of blood, they were labelled with the name of the police officer and they were for blood analysis and the date on the sample was in fact the date of the incident,” she said.

Lucky said the chemist said that was the first time they saw those samples in the refrigerator, despite the fact that it was checked twice a week.

“Before that date the blood samples were not in the refrigerator and this is coming from someone who says he is the person who does the checks,” she said.

“There is nothing on the police records here that deals with the tracing of this blood sample and that raises a concern,” she said.

With regards to the video footage, Lucky said there were two sets of cameras near the accident site—the one belonging to the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure was down for server maintenance and the other belonging to the Police Service swivels and as such only captured the moments just before and just after the accident.

Despite public perception of a possible police cover-up, Lucky said the PCA would always be transparent with the people of Sea Lots. She said they were already informed of the details of the press conference.

“Be assured that the PCA would not allow any cover-up but please do not jump to conclusions and let the chips fall as they may,” Lucky said. "

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Re: accident by sealots/pos market

Postby Allergic2BunnyEars » April 12th, 2013, 1:30 pm

rollingstock wrote:
RIPEBREDFRUIT wrote:SO why dont they go and BLOCKADE the POLICE station in question where the officers who supposedly removed the bottle of alcohol work?


What bottle of alcohol?
Eyewitnesses statements are that bystanders threw the alco bottles into/around the car.
A field sobriety test was conducted on the police officer soon after at the POSGH and his reading was ZERO.

A police officer who was warded not as a result of the accident but as a result of the beating suffered at the hands of bystanders.


Not making any excuse for the officer because the facts would show that he is a cornt, clearly he was speeding EXCESSIVELY as indicated by the carnage and extensive damage done to his vehicle and his apparent inability to control his vehicle.

My heart goes out to the family of those who perished and those still in intensive care, but the normal wrong information being bandied about as facts are sickening.


PCA’s Lucky on Sea Lots accident: There’ll be no cover-up

http://www.guardian.co.tt/news/2013-04- ... e-no-cover

"There is a blackout of information on spoilt blood samples taken from the police officer who was driving the vehicle which injured three people and killed 28-year-old mother Haydee Paul and her daughters in Sea Lots on February 24. But this does not mean the police investigation has been adversely affected and that charges cannot be laid, Police Complaints Authority (PCA) director Gillian Lucky has said.





Lucky called a press conference on the issue yesterday after the T&T Guardian published an exclusive report on it. She expressed concern there was no information in a police file sent to the PCA tracing what was done with the blood sample from the time it was taken at 11.30 am on February 24 until it mysteriously appeared spoilt in a refrigerator at the Ministry of Health’s Chemistry, Food and Drugs Division (CFDD) on March 22.



The PCA checked with the Forensic Science Centre and was told no blood sample from the police officer was ever received, she said. Lucky said an incomplete report had been sent to the PCA on March 26 by the officer investigating the accident. She did not give his name but the T&T Guardian report yesterday said acting Supt Moses Charles was the investigating officer.



Lucky said Deputy Commissioner of Police Mervyn Richardson and Director of Public Prosecutions Roger Gaspard have been informed of the latest developments. The PCA is closely monitoring the situation. She said: “We are making sure there is no cover-up.” She said the police report said a blood sample for a toxicology test was taken from the officer and that the investigating officer was awaiting the results.



A toxicology test identifies the presence of drugs in the body and measures alcohol in blood or urine samples. “There is no drug/alcohol report coming. There was nothing in the police file dealing with the tracing of the sample,” Lucky said. The PCA found out last Friday evening the sample was never sent to the Forensic Centre and began its own investigation into what happened to it, Lucky said.



She said according to the PCA’s inquiries and some information from the police report, blood was drawn from the officer by a doctor at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital on February 24. “Until March 22, there is no record of what was done with the sample,” she added. Lucky said it was only yesterday that the PCA received information from the CFDD that on March 22 it collected two vials of blood on which was written the name of the police officer who was driving the vehicle in the accident.



The PCA was told the blood samples were found in a refrigerator at the division by a chemist who said he usually checks the fridge twice weekly but that March 22 was the first time he saw the two vials in the refrigerator. The chemist found the blood samples were spoilt and they were sent back to the hospital, she said.



“The blood samples can no longer be used as evidence in the case but this will in no way affect the outcome of the investigation,” she said, explaining that there are witness statements in the police file which could be used. However, there were other pieces of critical information that were absent from the police report, Lucky said. For instance, she said, there was no information from the police about what happened to the police officer from the time of the accident at 9.10 am until he arrived at the hospital at 9.40 am.



“Whose custody he was given into? Who took him to the hospital? Why wasn’t a request made then by the police for a breathalyser test? This would have been relevant earlier in the day,” she added. She said at 2.45 pm a police officer asked a medical practitioner at the hospital whether the driver of the vehicle could be given a breathalyser test, according to the police report. “This is a critical issue. Some police officer ought to have taken charge of the matter,” Lucky noted.



She said video footage was extremely important in dealing with conflicting reports and highlighted the blackout of information on the accident from two CCTV cameras at the site. One is controlled by the Ministry of Works and the other by the police but there is no recorded information on them about the accident, Lucky said. The PCA was told the Works camera on the day of the accident was shut down as a precautionary measure at 7.30 until 11.30 am the following day, Lucky said.



The police camera, a rotating one, only recorded the aftermath of the accident, the PCA was told. “But footage prior to and after the accident will be relevant,” Lucky said. Despite all the setbacks, a situation like that did not prevent charges from being laid, even while the investigation was ongoing, Lucky said. “The PCA has expressed concerns over the time delay with the DPP and the acting CoP,” she noted.



Lucky said yesterday morning the PCA spoke to relatives of the accident victims who were pleased at the interest of the authority but worried about media reports. She said the PCA was an independent institution and warned if anyone sought to obstruct it in its duties, he will feel the brunt of the law. The PCA’s legal and investigating officers did a lot of work in getting information on the Sea Lots accident and the authority has been asking for the same powers and privileges as police officers, Lucky said.





­The PCA found out last Friday evening the sample was never sent to the Forensic Centre and began its own investigation into what happened to it, Lucky said. She said according to the PCA’s inquiries and some information from the police report, blood was drawn from the officer by a doctor at the Port-of-Spain General Hospital on February 24. “Until March 22, there is no record of what was done with the sample,” she added.



Lucky said it was only yesterday that the PCA received information from the CFDD that on March 22 it collected two vials of blood on which was written the name of the police officer who was driving the vehicle in the accident. The PCA was told the blood samples were found in a refrigerator at the division by a chemist who said he usually checks the fridge twice weekly but that March 22 was the first time he saw the two vials in the refrigerator.



The chemist found the blood samples were spoilt and they were sent back to the hospital, she said. “The blood samples can no longer be used as evidence in the case but this will in no way affect the outcome of the investigation,” she said, explaining that there are witness statements in the police file which could be used.





However, there were other pieces of critical information that were absent from the police report, Lucky said. For instance, she said, there was no information from the police about what happened to the police officer from the time of the accident at 9.10 am until he arrived at the hospital at 9.40 am. “Whose custody he was given into? Who took him to the hospital? Why wasn’t a request made then by the police for a breathalyser test? This would have been relevant earlier in the day,” she added.



She said at 2.45 pm a police officer asked a medical practitioner at the hospital whether the driver of the vehicle could be given a breathalyser test, according to the police report. “This is a critical issue. Some police officer ought to have taken charge of the matter,” Lucky noted. She said video footage was extremely important in dealing with conflicting reports and highlighted the blackout of information on the accident from two CCTV cameras at the site."

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