I see that my name is once more being called in relation to current unfortunate affairs in the country. I have seen two articles so far in one newspaper that, among other issues, have attempted to summarise elements of the Dhansook affair as it pertains to myself. Clearly the issues have become confused with the passage of time and need to be corrected. Note, that I have always maintained my innocence.

So, for the record, the facts are that in the matter was discharged after two years before the Magistrates’ Court for the preliminary enquiry phase into the alleged case against me when Mr Dhansam Dhansook was proved to be “manifestly unreliable as a witness” on three counts.


Ever sat down to do business with a convicted mass murderer, still on the loose? That’s likely to be the experience for Caricom heads of government for the next few years.

The legendary French economist Frederic Bastiat had a simple method for telling a good economist from a bad one. A bad economist only takes into consideration the visible effect of policies. 

TOMORROW will mark the first anniversary of the return of Buju Banton to his home, Jamaica, and to the welcoming arms of his overjoyed fans globally. Buju’s return to “yaad” from that crucial period of exile stands as an important moment in Jamaica’s musical and cultural history, and underscores a critical component of his ascendance to the true halls of legendary status within Jamaica’s musical landscape.

The poisoning of cats and dogs is becoming all too prevalent. Animal welfare laws must address the poisoning of animals. Any amendment to current legislation should “specifically outlaw the deliberate poisoning of an animal or placing poison where someone else’s animal is likely to eat it”. (Animal Cruelty and Neglect, Mary Randolph J.D.).

Nothing tells me more who won and who lost the local government election on Monday than the faces and reactions of those who represented their parties on TV that night.

I am disappointed and worried to see in the highest court of our country the elected members of Parliament aren’t taking the right step in finding a solution to reduce killings taking place in our country.