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Monday, August 19, 2019

EYEWITNESS: Still wrong…

…in law Basil Williams would have us believe he’s finally won a victory in the Courts against the PPP. Of course he’s blamed everyone, including...

EYEWITNESS: Belated…

…Security reaction to water-bandits Crime’s always been around – including violent crime. But in the first decade of this millennium, it took a whole new...

EYEWITNESS: Hustlers…

Over the past three years, we have noticed a lot of offices being filled with hustlers. And even worse, with HYPOCRITICAL hustlers, who define...

EYEWITNESS: Slip-slidin’ away…

…in sugar Back in the day, Paul Simon poignantly evoked the haunting recognition of unrealised dreams that eventually hit most of us as the years...

EYEWITNESS: The morning after…

…the LGE storm Now that the LGE results are out, there’s a lotta folks out there getting “belly-wuk”– all from the AFC and PNC camps. The...

EYEWITNESS: Spank them…

…for breaking the law? If there was any need for proof that Khemraj Ramjattan has become even less than a “Christmas blow-blow”, there is his...

EYEWITNESS: Unity…

…in coalitions? The meeting between Prezzie and the WPA might’ve been precipitated by the demotion of the latter group’s co-leader, but it seems that the...

EYEWITNESS: Rates

…of Public Sector discrimination There’s a story in the press about the Bertrand Collins Public Service College, wherein the Director— (Retd) Col Lawrence Paul — says...

EYEWITNESS: Biting the dust…

…with SOCU cases With all that’s gone before, it wasn’t surprising that another SOCU case bit the dust! And the idiom is so apropos! There...

EYEWITNESS: Bile and spite…

…against PPP in handcuffing The handcuffing of Ashni Singh and Winston Brassington after they arrived in court to answer the SOCU charge of “misconduct in...

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