Independent Liberal party (ILP) leader Jack Warner last night promised to expose all the wrongdoings of Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar's People's Partnership Government.
He made the comment as he appeared at an ILP meeting in Chaguanas hours after he walked out the Port-of-Spain prison having finally secured his bail.
"As of tonight, Kamla, all bets are off," he told his supporters.
"Having jailed me, as of tonight all bets are off. Everything I have against Kamla I will bring it out. I have kept it too long."
Warner spent the night in jail Wednesday as he was unable to secure bail in time following an appearance in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates Court, in relation to charges brought against him by the US Department of Justice for activities as a former Fifa executive member.
Saying his experience over the past 24 hours had made him realise just how vindictive the PP Government was, a visibly upset Warner said he would take off all gloves in the build up to the election.
After using his signature phrase of 'not tonight,' Warner gave a glimpse of what was to come.
"Kamla said I never helped her financially but that is a lie," he said. (See Page A6)
He alleged that he was party to campaign financing drives in which they visited contractors across the country in 2010, but said it "was so obscene" that he stayed outside as other party officials went to conduct the activity.
Stopping there, Warner said he felt as though his life was threatened and had made four video tapes which he would distribute to four lawyers.
"I will give one to a PNM lawyer, one to a ILP lawyer, one to a MSJ lawyer and one to my lawyer. They believe they could walk all over me because I have remained silent but Jack is alive and kicking."
Warner also directly addressed the charges against him stemming from his tenure as Fifa vice-president and Concacaf and CFU president.
He denied being guilty of the charges levelled against him by the US Department of Justice.
"I have been in Fifa for 30 years and if I took that money, who gave it to me? Why are only officials in third world countries being charged?"
He said he was depressed in jail because he had never been to jail in his life. But he maintained there would be no government in this country without the ILP. He said his imprisonment was part of a bigger plan.
"There are people in this country and in Government who hate Jack Warner and want to see him imprisoned," he said.
He also questioned the haste in which the extradition order was signed by Attorney General Garvin Nicholas.
"The charge came here and in 15 minutes Nicholas signed it. He never spoke to me, he never called to look at evidence. It took the AG three months to sign for Ish and Steve," he said.
"He signed to send his countryman to the USA in chains. If Nicholas had his way I wouldn't be here at all. Get rid of Rowley. Get rid of Warner, then call elections."