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Trinidad: Rehab centre pastor calls for apology from Police Commissioner Gary Griffith

By Trinidad Express

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Pastor (left) wants apology from the police commissioner

(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Founder of the Transformed Life Ministry Rehabilitation Centre Pastor Glen Awong is now calling for an apology from Police Commissioner Gary Griffith for the way he and staff were treated by Police yesterday.

He has invited Griffith to meet with him so he can understand the work of the rehabilitation center for drug-addicted and mentally challenged people.

“When you try to paint a man in black, remember a brush has two sides,” Awong said this morning.

He spoke to the media this morning.

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  1. We the people need a summary of the facts inorder to facilitate an objective conclusion. Since to draw any conclusion would be premature and incompatible with the best of our understanding thus were should er on the side of caution without becoming too emotional.

  2. i just dont understand this mans thinking and other people who think like this as well. ok lets say you were not into human trafficking i get that but you not seeing the inhuman conditions you had the people in? they in cages like animals some handcuffed and stuff and you not seeing they way theses people were kept was very degrading? and you trying to justify the way police would treat them if they was on the streets to what you are doing? come on man that is not right. golden hope that was here not even treating people like that. i know theses people can be dangerous but there is no way you should be keeping them under such conditions this is the whole point of what you are doing. cant you see that? some people just blind and what their minds tell them thats it they refuse to see outside the box

  3. Can someone just open a rehabilitation center. If indeed it is a registered center then apologize Mr. Commissioner. If not job well done. You can't force people to be rehabilitated. It must be done on one's free will.


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