In this photo taken May 3, 2013, Yasin Abu Bakr, right, who 

In this photo taken May 3, 2013, Yasin Abu Bakr, right, who led a small army that stormed Trinidad & Tobago’s parliament in 1990, speaks with a fellow member of his group, Jamaat al Muslimeen, at their compound in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.  Bakr, never convicted of any charges, presides over a mosque and school complex in the country's capital, and shares time among his four wives, the maximum Islam allows. Bakr said he hasn’t decided if he’ll testify before the five-member  commission, which is expected to finish collecting testimony by year’s end. (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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In this photo taken May 3, 2013, Yasin Abu Bakr, right, who led a small army that stormed Trinidad & Tobago’s parliament in 1990, speaks with a fellow member of his group, Jamaat al Muslimeen, at their compound in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. Bakr, never convicted of any charges, presides over a mosque and school complex in the country's capital, and shares time among his four wives, the maximum Islam allows. Bakr said he hasn’t decided if he’ll testify before the five-member commission, which is expected to finish collecting testimony by year’s end. (AP Photo/David McFadden)
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