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SAUTT a ‘commendable success’
Sunday, March 16 2014
THE NOW defunct Special Anti-Crime Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (SAUTT) duplicated functions of other agencies and had a “direct link” with the Patrick Manning administration but reaped “commendable success”, the Sir David Simmons Report into the events of 1990 states.
“SAUTT saw itself as a separate entity and tended to develop apart from the rest of the intelligence community,” Sir David says in his review of national security measures during and since July 1990. “It had a direct link to the Executive. The compensation packages for its staff also caused dissatisfaction among the other players in the intelligence community as did the fact that SAUTT had the ability to hand-pick personnel from other agencies.”
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