spiralling myriad of emotions experienced by the nationshock
and horror over the brutal murder of six-year-old
Sean Lukegave way to outrage at the careless
and flippant reaction of the police to a mothers
cry for help...
atrocities committed by the murderer/s against six-year-old
Sean Luke have so shocked the community that having
heard that there are suspects in custody the populace
en masse are interested in the end result what sentence
should be or could be imposed on such a person...
Mohammed updated 02/04/06
How you could do that to the boy? You made him feel
so uncomfortable. Go from here. I dont want
to be seen associating with you...
Hamid Ghany updated
the 25th anniversary of the death of Dr Eric Williams
went by without much fanfare last week, it recalled
the issue of political succession in the party back
Mathur updated 02/04/06
at the photo of Sean Luke. Look into the six-year-old
boys eyes. What do you see? Your own face. What
do I see? Mine...
Grant updated 02/04/06
of Eric Eustace Williams hardly ever trouble the waking
hours of Patrick Manning's PNM. As if under command
of an operating system, PNM people are programmed
to shun rather than recall memories of the leader
who died 25 years ago last week...
George updated 02/04/06
scribes and pundits have been rushing and tripping
over their criminal law books to prophesy that if
the teenage suspects held in the murder of little
Sean Luke are charged and convicted then the death
penalty cannot be imposed, because in effect they
would be too young to be killed...
Padmore updated 02/04/06
of space affected the conclusion to last Sundays
column as it related to the issue of constitutional
reform. The relevant text is being reproduced for
clarity and further elaboration...
Quentrall-Thomas updated 02/04/06
we deal with womens salaries, lets look
at some micro issues that really speak about the quality
of life in T&T...
Lee updated 26/03/06
a long spell in the ranks of the scrunting self-employed,
the threat of the bailiffs has forced me back to wage
labour in the plantation...