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Trinidad national security minister hits back at critics

Published: Monday January 6, 2014 | 10:11 am Comments 0

Trinidadís National Security Minister Gary Griffith has hit back at critics of his crime fighting plans and policies, declaring that he has only just started.

Griffith issued the statement in response to criticism from former chairman of the Police Service Commission Nizam Mohammed and attorney-at-law Dana Seetahal.

The national security minister described them as arm chair critics who have no experience or knowledge in security, but are quick to condemn while the decay of society continues.

Griffith reiterated that he intends to transform national security structure and fire rogue cops.

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