So then you are saying that people think he is the cause of the crime in Trinidad? If so, then we would have to look out for improvements now that he is behind bars, but for me, he is not the cause, it runs much deeper than that, it has become a culture in certain areas of the society to take what does not belong you at whatever cost, murder and all. I feel Bakr may even have known some of these rogue elements, possibly break aways or should I say former Jamat members, but of course all of this is all purely speculation..
|So then you are saying that people think he is the cause of the crime in Trinidad?|
Has anyone else noticed, that since he was put in jail the rate of kidnappings for ransom has dropped considerably?
I do not give him credit for all crime in Trinidad and Tobago - however, I can see from the results of getting him out of circuit, that he obviously had some connection to the problem.
Trinichic, we have discussed that in the Thread about kidnapping, but even while in prison there seemed to be a few more until they arrested the soldier, but that is going off topic. With regards to abu Bakr, it seems the state is moving to cease their assets as a means to collect what is owed to them for the July 1990 coup. It is amazing how long it takes this country to act. Had they done so before I doubt the Jammat would have as much strength as they have now, but then again - who knows?
Well we can be openminded and Look at all the evidence stacked up against this man and without passing judgement, its obviouly its not enough to find him guilty or innocent.
Is Abu Bakr guilty of the crimes he is accused of, In my Personal opinion he is, he is a perpetuator of Crime in Trinidad, he has created a very powerful organization whos interest is not the members of their group but the persons who are unseen, the big boys, we can hardly imagine what kind of ties he could have, he is well organised and extremely intelligent and Manipulative as well as well funded whos knows how high or how far his ties lead. Its pure common sense!
If you not helping the people of Trinidad you are then only helping yourself and those who may lead you!
TV6 reported that some of the possible jurors selected for his appeal murder case broke down in tears saying that they were afraid of Abu Bakr and did not want to be part of the jury.
I don't understand this. I remember that when they asked for people who were interested in becoming jurors in this case, literally hundreds of people show up...so why are these people crying about now?
Well, in the case of these two women, they may have been on the emotional side. One of them claimed to know one of the accused as well, so she was automatically rejected from jury duty.