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Trinidad & Tobago: Senseless Murder

Club Soda and Salt is saddened by news of Trinidad and Tobago's latest murder: “Ultimately, this man was shot for doing what so many of us lack the courage to do: taking responsibility for the children in his community, instead of just ignoring them.”

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  • shanice

    why are so many people just taking to violence so easily? it is beyond me but one thing i do know is that many people of trinidad and tobago are getting gun happy. they will u kill u if you are form the wrong neighbourhood@!!!!! u can’t even talk to somebody knew on the street cause if an enemy see you talking to them they will come after you. why can’t we just all think things over before we them you aren’t just killing some body from a gang you are killing a son, a father , a brother , a grandchild. so many youths are falling under this quick trade of violence. they should just stop all people from travelling on thhe ocens and plane and get everything down

  • Peter Mastul

    The main problem is, that the police is not tough enough to protect this beautiful places TnT from the violence. I saw islands where the police is present at all public places, corners and beaches. Tobago is so nice and small, why is it so hard to lock up the wicked guys? Give the police more money, teach them to fight and protect themselves and let them kick the bad guys in their ……!!

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