Allison Mohammed-Fearon

WANTS JUSTICE: Allison Mohammed-Fearon mother of baby Zahra ChrysAnn Fearon and her sister Alisha Mohammed, hold photos of the baby at Express House in Port of Spain last week.

Trinidadian Allison Mohammed-Fearon is calling for an investigation into the death of her 11-month-old daughter in the British Virgin Islands (BVI).

The distraught mother feels the BVI police are not treating the death of her daughter seriously.

Speaking with the Sunday Express on Friday, a representative of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service said Mohammed-Fearon could report the incident to local Interpol, which would make an official request to the BVI on the status of the case.

“We cannot compel them to investigate, but we can ask about the case status,” said the TTPS official.


The triggering of Section 137 with respect to Chief Justice Ivor Archie appears to be dead in the water, if one is to judge by the Prime Minister’s statements yesterday.

Brian London on Wednesday retained his National Extempo Monarch title when he faced ten-time winner Gypsy (Winston Peters) at the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.

If you think their faces are familiar you are not mistaken.

Sekel McIntosh and Sherissa Redhead have both won the Junior Soca Monarch competition for the second year in a row.

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday admitted the operations at the Immigration Division have regressed and expressed his own annoyance over reports people have to wait six months to get a passport.