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THE Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) is being threatened with legal action by attorneys representing Imam Samaad Razzaq after police officers allegedly ransacked his masjid in Rich Plain, Diego Martin, following the shooting death of PC Clarence Gilkes last Friday.

That threat came in the form of a pre-action protocol letter and was issued to acting Police Commissioner McDonald Jacob by attorneys Wayne Sturge, Lemuel Murphy and Alexia Romero.

The attorneys stated that, following the incident which cost Gilkes his life, officers stormed the makeshift masjid where women and children were preparing meals to break their Ramadan fast.

See the entire article at: Daily Express