Caribbean Report 15-06-2001



Table of Contents

1. Headlines (00:00-00:25)
2. Financial Action Task Force remains tight-lipped on possible changes to its money laundering blacklist. Executive Secretary of the Financial Action Task Force Patrick Moulette is interviewed (00:26-03:59)
3. Guyana's President Bharrat Jagdeo makes two controversial appointments to its Cabinet. Colin Smith reports (04:00-05:48)
4. Female constable arrested in connection with the forceable removable of street people in the middle of the night from Jamaica's Tourist Resort of Montego Bay today had all criminal charges dropped against her because of insufficient evidence. Human Rights Lawyer Hilaire Sobers is interviewed (05:49-08:50)
5. There are concerns that travellers have been put at risk in the United States because criminals are not being deported with escorts according to the United States Department of Justice. Emma Joseph reports (08:51-10:33)
6. Is Britain going soft on its Cannabis users? Tim Donovan reports (10:34-12:55)
6. Footballer Dwight Yorke today was reinstated into Trinidad's World Cup Squad to play Honduras tomorrow in Port of Spain. Football Association President Oliver Camps is interviewed and Tony Fraser reports (12:56-15:16)