Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest

Trinidad Tobago Civil Unrest - Trinidad, Tobago / Caribbean - Posted: 7th Jul, 2020 - 6:00pm

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Post Date: 11th Aug, 2013 - 10:05pm / Post ID: #

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Disorder

This is a general Thread to Discuss civil strife in Trinidad & Tobago where protests are causing clashes with authorities.

When riots happen in Trinidad & Tobago how are they normally quelled?

Note: There are more specific Threads that detail crime, politics and terrorism for Trinidad & Tobago - do search.

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Post Date: 17th Dec, 2016 - 4:46pm / Post ID: #

Unrest Civil Tobago and Trinidad

Usually 'protests' involves a number of people burning tires or stuff in the middle of a road, highway, etc. Sometimes they would also go to a big busy area and do their protests there to attract attention from the authorities as they seek for action for what they demand. It doesn't really escalate and it is calmly managed by the police at some cases.



Post Date: 30th Jun, 2020 - 10:44pm / Post ID: #

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest Caribbean / Tobago & Trinidad

So all this going on in sweet T&T now. Gangs making riots in different parts of the country to try and make problems for the police. Why? Because they saying the police killing their people but is that the real reason.



Post Date: 30th Jun, 2020 - 10:56pm / Post ID: #

Unrest Civil Tobago and Trinidad

They want to blame the UNC for this too. Anything wrong in the country blame the opposition even though the opposition is NOT the one's in power! And if you notice. The areas where these things are happening are PNM strongholds.



Post Date: 30th Jun, 2020 - 11:21pm / Post ID: #

Unrest Civil Tobago and Trinidad

I just saw the husband of the dead pregnant woman basically threatening the police commissioner. I know he was angry but you can't say that. Hopefully, what just happened to him will be looked over. I saw the footage of the pregnant woman and she was assaulting a lot of the police. They were trying to calm her down but she wasn't having it. I did not actually see when she was shot.



Post Date: 1st Jul, 2020 - 1:37am / Post ID: #

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest

There goes all the physical distancing. Look for an upsurge in possible cases now. I hope things can resume to normal operation tomorrow. People need their work and to carry on their jobs and trade. We just trying to come out of a pandemic and this is what all you all want to do now?



Post Date: 1st Jul, 2020 - 5:18am / Post ID: #

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest

People in the areas hardest hit by the lock down and other things are probably fed up of the lack of infrastructure among other things. The issues in east POS is largely a social one. Crime is rampant because of the people don't see another way to get by. Its not justified I am just saying that's how they think.



Post Date: 7th Jul, 2020 - 6:00pm / Post ID: #

Trinidad & Tobago Civil Unrest

So many people are against the protests being called "Riots", why is that? Burning vehicles, breaking buildings, setting fires and marching on the streets. If that is not riots then what is a riot?



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