Man Shot In Both Legs For Disobeying Muslim Group

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Written by: Pandora - 15th Jun, 2013 - 3:45pm Trinidad Safety Reply
So the police knows about it but what exactly are they doing to stop this? Because this is clearly illegal.
Written by: LydiaTT - 9th Jun, 2013 - 11:24pm Trinidad Safety Reply
I couldn't believe my eyes when I read this on the Express. What is the name of this group? It seems like the newspaper was afraid to name them. I find is horrible what they have done! It's like a mafia group.

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A Muslim group has imposed a curfew in the Richplain, Diego Martin area, the Sunday Express learned from a police source yesterday.

A young man who broke that curfew was held down and shot in both legs on Friday night.

Injured was 28-year-old Johann Moore.

Moore was last night at the Port of Spain General Hospital.

Police reports said he was walking to his family's Richplain home around midnight when he was stopped by two armed men belonging to the religious group.

A designated 'sentry post" set up by members of the group is located outside a shop along Richplain Road.

The curfew begins at 10 p.m. And ends before the 6 a.m. Call to prayer, the police source said.

Moore was punished for not adhering to the curfew.

He was held down on the ground and shot.

Moore hobbled to his home and officers of the West End Police Station were contacted.

Moore was then taken to hospital. Source 7

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