Tuesday, 20 February 2018 12:31

Michael Seales Says “Jail them”

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That is the advice from the President of the Police Social and Welfare Association Michael Seales on any citizen who participated in the near riot that took place in East Port of Spain on Monday.

The Trinidad and Tobago Police Service has already stated it intends to scour all footage from yesterday's incident to ensure that all persons caught on camera breaking the law will be brought before the justice system.

Fiery protests took place in east Port of Spain on Monday after residents claim a wanted man was gunned down in cold blood by the police.

Roads were blockaded with burning debris and there were skuffles between police officers and rioters protesting the shooting death of Akeil James, also known as "Christmas".

But police stated that the situation was brought under control at around midday.

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