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Murder suspect seen in viral video appears in court.

The man caught on video stomping on the head of another man which led to his death has appeared in court.

The following is the TTPS media statement:

Kareem Richardson, who was captured in a viral video, stomping on another man, which eventually led to his death, appeared before Tunapuna Magistrate, Indrani Cedeno, on Monday 7th August 2017.

Hospital now under 24-hour CCTV security

The North West Regional Health Authority (NWRHA) says 20 CCTV cameras have been installed at strategic locations on the compound of the Port of Spain General Hospital.

A statement by the NWRHA says that as a one-month pilot initiative collaboratively undertaken by the NWRHA, the Ministry of Health and the Telecommunications Services of the Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT), the cameras will provide 24-hour surveillance of the hospital.

It says this will augment the security measures currently implemented.

GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING: D'Abadie shooting caught on camera

THIS VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT.

Just hours after five men were shot in D'Ababie, two of whom died, CCTV video of the shooting has begun circulating online.

The graphic black and white video shows the assailant approaching the men as they completed what appeared to be the patching of a road.

The man got off his bicycle, fired several shots at the men, including one at close range.

The shooter then rides off on the bicycle.