September 19th 2007
A TEENAGER has been charged with hacking into the internet account of
the Attorney General's office.
Shezie Huggins, 19, yesterday appeared before Magistrate Ejenny Espinet
in the Port of Spain First Magistrate's Court.
Huggins is alleged to have illegally attained and used the internet
account of Attorney General John Jeremie on two separate occasions.
The incidents are said to have occurred on July 31 and August 1,
Huggins, who was represented by attorney Sean Cazabon, pleaded not
guilty to the two charges.
The court heard that police officers entered the Diego Martin home of
Huggins' parents and seized the family computer he is alleged to have
The case has been adjourned to November 20.
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