Written by: Roshnie
- 19th Feb, 2011 - 3:15pm
Some of you live in a bubble yes. How many cases we have of victims such as Ramon Sabga where the perpetrator has never been caught even though there was overwhelming evidence? Heck they didn't even arrested them.
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Written by: True Trini
- 17th Feb, 2011 - 12:42pm
Our policemen cannot do anything right unless the person is famous or rich? I don't agree. There may be bad apples in the police force but just because they caught those involved in Sabga's death early doesn't mean its because of his name.
Written by: Caribs78
- 17th Feb, 2011 - 3:31am
Well the victim was a very known businessman and I think it's naive to think that this fact didn't influence somewhat the actions of the police....
Written by: TriniSpanish
- 17th Feb, 2011 - 3:26am
I am shocked reading the comments of people in the newspapers about this case. They're saying the reason the police is moving so quickly is because the victim was Sabga and a whole bunch of nonsense. They're indirectly blaming the victim. Trinis are just so envious of other people's success and hard work.
Written by: LydiaTT
- 17th Feb, 2011 - 3:07am
Macoomey I totally agree with you, something must be done. I am very disappointed at the fact that the perpetrator of this crime was given a bail of $150,000TT. As far as I'm concerned, bail shouldn't be an option taking into consideration that this guy was charged with dangerous driving, failing to report the accident, driving without both insurance and a valid driver's permit, driving a vehicle without the owner's consent, failing to render assistance following the accident and driving under the influence of alcohol. Are you kidding me? He should be locked for good!