A confidential and exceptionally reliable source in Trinidad &Tobago Chief of Defence Staff Darryl Daniel’s office provided our source with information of a proxy Colombian hit on the crooked lawyer. Apparently, $2.5 million (USD) never made it to a bank in Panama, as was promised by Allison Lovell and two of her associates, to a drug trafficking group located on Northern Colombia Caribbean Coast.
The information: Grupo Armado Organisado (GAO) from the La Guajira, Santa Marta Colombia’s northern Caribbean coast, hired three Venezuelans who were able to purchase Trinidadian passports to travel to Barbados a week prior to the explosion.
This violent group is known to be responsible or controlling 80% of the narco-trafficking routes along the Northeastern coast of Colombia, to include Eastern Venezuela 's Gulf of Praia, the waterway between Venezuela and Trinidad.
For such an operation to be successful, the source told us, the operatives traveled from Port of Spain to Barbados a week prior to the explosion, and there are elements within the Barbados Police Force that were paid to provide support including surveillance and lookouts for the target. The Trinidadian government is therefore partly responsible for the crooked lawyer's demise.The Cartel is sending a clear message to any lawyers who are planning to cross them, through the deployment of such a violent explosive device against a lawyer who stole from them. This may serve notice on all Bajan lawyers that la Justicia Divina (translation: Karma) is coming for them.