Trinidad Deportees Causing Crime?

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Written by: Felipe - 2nd Dec, 2016 - 9:45pm Trinidad Safety Reply
I believe most of the crime that happens in this country is all based on the local citizens of which some of them decided to be reckless and break the law. Also with the return of Trinidadian deportees coming back from the US will only cause more discord and imbalance, T&T needs to wake up before the worse arrives.
Written by: JoePublic - 15th Nov, 2016 - 1:02pm Trinidad Safety Reply
Name: George

Title: return of Trinidad deportees from USA

Comments: Sad to say, but it looks like the label attached to this nation as 'a haven from criminals' is going to be reinforced and live up to its name, when all those well trained and US established Trinidad criminal deportees arrive here. Part of out present crime problem is now caused by these returned experienced criminals being caught in the USA convicted, served years behind bars, are now let loose here to continue where they left off before spending years in prisons in America. Like they say in the USA Have a good day. All in all its very bad news for the police, and a nation struggling to keep its head above water where crime is concerned.
Written by: Pandora - 5th Jun, 2009 - 1:18am Trinidad Safety Reply
Probably a small percentage, the rest are just local criminals who have never traveled abroad and they're simply the product of a decadent society.
Written by: Rasta - 4th Jun, 2009 - 11:09pm Trinidad Crime Reply
Deportees Causing Crime?

Do you think that many of the deportees from the US being returned frequently to Trinidad is what is responsible for the upsurge of crime?

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