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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Cops get foreign help in Seetahal’s case—Gary
National Security Minister Gary Griffith yesterday said that foreign assistance have been sought to help catch the killer/killers of Special State Prosecutor Dana Seetahal. Griffith made the comment while speaking with the media following the passing out parade of Coast Guard and Air Guard recruits at the site of the Military Museum, Chaguaramas.
“Emotions are running high but the fact is law enforcement agencies are doing their job and there is some input with international agencies as well. I don’t want to make any further statement on it but I can assure you that anything that can be done is being done. “What I ask is for the public to have confidence in the law enforcement agencies they are doing their work and getting support from international agencies if and when necessary. I am confident we would get to the bottom of this,” Griffith said.
According to police reports, Seetahal was shot dead on May 4 along Hamilton after she left the Ma Pau casino car park on French Street, Port-of-Spain, on her way to her One Woodbrook Place apartment.According to her autopsy report Seetahal was shot twice in the right side of her head, twice in the right forearm and once in the chest. She died on the scene.