Trinidad Express / FIVE prosecution witnesses are expected to be called in the case against Rayad Mohammed who allegedly posted a message on social media threatening Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley’s family. Mohammed, a driver of Rio Claro, who turns 25 today, appeared before Siparia Magistrate Ava Vandenberg-Bailey, charged with sending a grossly offensive message by telephone on June 30 at Belle View Industrial Estate, South Oropouche. He said he was not guilty of the charge laid by Cpl Badree from the Fraud Squad—South. The charge was contrary to Section 106 of the Summary Offences Act Chapter 11:02, and carries a maximum fine of $200 or a term of imprisonment of one month.
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