Comments: I really hope the TTPS interrogate the suspects and make them talk and answer all who was in involved and where Mrs. Sookdeo is. This is a mother with a husband and young children! Facebook is indeed a danger and you actually don't know who is spying on you via social media… Trinidad is becoming a horror to live in!
Comments: This is a very interesting situation. There are too many factors that are in play for anyone to come away with any conclusion. If wealth is not part of the equation (As there is no ransom demand as yet), then there is ambition (Not quite sure how this will play out), then there is beauty (Possibly human trafficking), and then there is the old enemy of family, relationships (Past/ failed/rejected). Because of the current and past performances by our communities, police department and the general crime ridden environment in the country, it would be most refreshing to find this young mother alive and bring closure to this nightmare.
Comments: I won't give up as yet/ .Keep pestering the police and those in authority .Someone in a responsible position must know something.Ask our National Security officer .He appears to know quite a lot going on here with regards to kidnappings..This was reflected in his statement on crime when he was appointed, when he said there were 98 kidnappings in 2015. The police however did not report these crimes. With the police not now reporting any kidnappings unless a ransom is involved despite the fact that kidnapping is labelled as a crime.It has now become almost impossible to believe the police and the politicians when it comes to kidnappings on this island . The only way to know if a ransom was paid is by searching through the possible payer's bank account. I still believe the crime of that kidnapping is a big money spinner on this island, and those old operators now acting with the tactics of the Mafia having ironed out the loopholes in this evil crime are still at it. It looks like they are now threatening the lives of the victim if anyone speaks out,especially when a ransom is demanded.which is normally associated with kidnappings despite what officials hear want us to believe.
Comments: Out of hearsay evidence, the victim may not be in Trinidad if this is a lead then the relevant parties should literally take the chance/initiative and go to Venezuela with someone who is familiar with the geography of the region and who is also fluent in Spanish. The word Tucupita was mentioned this is a rural rustic community that is inhabited by Waraos who may or may not speak a lot of Spanish. It is quite likely that someone may have either seen her and/or heard something about this case. Continue praying and hoping that she will be found Tucupita is not far from Brazil, Guyana or Suriname.Go for it. Trust in God and go diligently leaving no stone upturned. Never give up hope because God is on your side also when praying call her name out loudly anything can happen.