There are so many missing people in Trinidad & Tobago that a special program should be aired to address these people's stories so the public can become aware how they went missing, the circumstances and who might have information for the police.
Comments: Hi, Are there any record for missing person, for the last 5 year. As some murders and kidnapping (Without) ransom is part of the missing info. It would be good to see, if the criminal are even smarter now when disposing body. If you could direct me to a site that would be appreciated Thanks.
Comments: Yes man,of course there are bodies lying in them dam forest and hill on this island. Where do you think all those mossing people are?. The police just haven't got the manpower to go searching in bushes and forest to find the bodies. They however are discovered from time to time. As for including kidnapped souls among them I would take that aspect of it with a pinch of salt. Kidnappers know who to kidnap when it comes to getting a ransom .They just don't kidnap citizens here for the fun of it. Just because the police now have reclassified the reporting some kidnappings as not a reportable, it does not mean that kidnapping for a ransom is not still the norm here .They now say that a ransom must be associated with a kidnapping in order to report it. Well you tell me, how they know that a particular kidnapping is associated with a ransom. From the peak of kidnappings 155 some years ago, a once striving and profitable criminal act here. The police say there were only 3 last year and zero this year. It looks like all our citizens are all now on the poverty line and its not a profitable crime any more. Having said the above with respect to kidnappings, I must draw the reader attention to a statement made by Mr Dillon on crime on this island, when he was first appointed. He said that during 2015 there were 98 kidnappings on this island. However despite this, the police only reported three for ransom. So there you are yes believe it or not Ssomething is not quite right here with regards to reporting this criminal act. The strange thing about it all, is that neither the politicians, the chief justice or the media have brought the truth of this non reporting lark of this crime to the public attention. It looks like its part and parcel of the machinery of corruption on this island. I however do believe that there is much more hidden behind this matter, and that the public is due a detailed explanation.
Comments: Making the public aware of what is taking place is great but what about those stubborn teenagers who thinks it can't and won't happen to them… There are many factors why young ladies go missing in my opinion: friends, their dress code,family issues,company they keep,unaware of their surroundings home and away from home stc. It has a saying friends will lead you but they won't bring you back. One of my nieces ran away she was lucky to return… her experience was horrific. Her tragic incident, this man met her at City Gate and ask her if she would like to sell herself to the devil. There are so much negative entities out here we can't start to understand far less for our younger generation.
Comments: I am looking for Franklin Ashby about 65-67 years old and should be living in the Diego Martin Area. Should anyone have information on this senior citizen please reply to this post as soon as possible. Thank you! Deborah.
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