Jun 9, 2010

AG to police: "Secure Guanapo church assets"


Attorney General Anand Ramlogan has called on the Integrity Commission and the police to move with great dispatch and exercise their powers to protect the assets at the controversial church at the Heights of Guanapo in Arima.
Ramlogan made the call last night following reports that equipment and material were being removed from the site.
According to Ramlogan, the Integrity Commission and the police have the power to ensure that the scene is not tampered with and evidence which could hamper the investigations is not removed.
Even though the Attorney General’s office is not involved in the probe, Ramlogan said the assets may very well belong to the State and action ought to be taken to ensure the compound receives adequate protection.
via www.trinidadexpress.com

This church is in the news again and will remain in the news for as long as it takes to ascertain who owns the assets of the structure. Isn't it amazing that the Attorney General is speaking in term of protecting "assets that may very well belong to the state".

Nothing is being said or has come out of  the construction company working on the site. Nothing has been said or has been heard about he people who commissioned the structure. Nothing has been learnt about the people and money that is financing this project. As I said in  a previous post on this church: "Somebody will make ah jail tonight". 

Now we learn that the Attorney General is taking measures to protect the assets of the church site since as he stated, "the assets may very well belong to the State and action ought to be taken to ensure the compound receives adequate protection." 

As "dey say in Trinidad",  every tub will have to sit on their own bottom. Even Dr. Rowley supports this investigation. The Trinidad Express newspapers already has information posted regarding the site preparation and usage. 

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