Monday, February 04, 2008


Back to normal programming

You see, I expect the state machinery to close ranks and more than likely this matter will be thrown out for lack of evidence. I would love to be proven wrong but am not very hopeful

I so feel like a psychic. The DPP has ruled that there is no evidence to support the case against the Prime Minister. But wait, I just listened to Caribvisionnews amd there was Nicole Sylvester,lawyer for the complainant announcing that her client would be going back to court.

Looks like normal programming will be delayed.

In an unjust world, we can only hope that justice will prevail.
Ah, de irony of patriarchal societies in which men are raised by extreme women and know women's fears an' weaknesses inside out...
All we can do now is sit and wait for the outcome.
Wow, such an odd case. Let us know how it turns out.
I can hardly wait for these appeals to get to the Privy Council.

And oh, I believe the lawyer for the complainant in the case that was just discontinued is Ms Kay Bacchus-Browne, not Ms Sylvester.
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