Wednesday, December 21, 2011

APNU intimidation campaign continues as 7 arrested for 4 AM protest outside Police Commissioner's home

Seven opposition activists were arrested around 4 AM this morning outside Police Commissioner Henry Greene’s residence, Joint Services Housing Scheme, and later charged with illegal procession.

Those charged are Vanessa Delph, Melissa Leacock, Andrea Marks, Eslyn Jackson, Shondel Hope, Ann Adams and Annette Ferguson.

Chief Magistrate, Priya Sewnarine Beharry placed them on a peace-bond, granted them self-bail and ordered that they return to court on January 12.

Police Prosecutor, Lionel Harvey told the court that around 4 AM Wednesday, they accused were protesting outside Greene's house. When checks were made, they had no permission and they were arrested, charged and placed before the court.

They were arrested and taken to the East La Penitence Police station where they were made to sit on a bench pending charges and their court appearance.

A larger group was stopped at the Kaikan Street bridge as they were about to join the seven.


  1. Now this is coming over bearing cause they dont have the right to be disturbing the peace at 4 in the morning.Some sort of actions got to be taken against these people.What is Granger doing he have no say in these actions.

  2. What are these people getting from all of this these people that the APNU put to face the guns nothing absolutely nothing.After a time they gonna realize that they are just being used.