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November 27, 2012

A gay Jamaican activist is suing the government of Trinidad and Tobago over its entry ban against homosexuals

Maurice Tomlinson, an LGBT advocate is to challenge Trinidad and Tobago’s entry ban on gays in an international court.

Tomilnson, a Jamaican national and legal advisor for the NGO AIDS-Free World has been invited to give two presentations during the month of December.

One invitation is by the United Nations Population Fund to participate in a HIV workshop, and the other is to attend a Caribbean Community (CARICOM) conference on human rights.

November 3, 2012

Jamaican gay rights advocate, Maurice Tomlinson, says his country's government is directly responsible for the brutal homophobic attack on a young student

In most modern understandings of criminal law, an accessory is a person who assists in the commission of a crime but who does not actually participate in its commission as a joint principal.

The principal on the other hand is someone whose acts or omissions, accompanied by the relevant malice, is the immediate cause of the criminal act.