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Self-Destruction of a Junior Minister

WINSTON WILLIAMS

When Senator Williams Jr. entered political life, he was seen as a “...young bright political prospect.”

He had embarked upon a journey that was going to be as troubling as the “...Wadadli Power Plants and as contentious and litigious as the electoral issues.” Nonetheless, his dynamism, enthusiasm and resolve had brought him opportunities to pursue his electoral aspirations. He knowingly entered a torrid political zoneand an environment that was to be “...Hostile and Brutal.” Relating the “...Final Chapter” to a short-lived representative tenure and a senatorial position overshadowed by accusations and unrelenting negative public criticisms,the records may never reflect that he may have in-opportunistically and imprudently sacrificed his political career.Thus, even amidst “...Chaos and Confusion and Litigation,” he had helped paved the way for his colleagues to return to the reign of governance [March 12, 2009].

METEORIC RISE

Winston Williams Jr “...Meteoric Rise” to the Legislature as a parliamentary representative [2004] and as Senator may have been received with mixed reactions. As parliamentary representative for faithful constituents, he was seen as possessing “...an electric presence.” Thus, like bees attracted to flowers for nectar, he had mesmerized and captured the citizenry by his charismatic personality and affability. Wherever he visited, he had moved audiences. At independence rallies and Church gatherings, he had inspired in man, woman and child, feelings of hope of empowerment. Constituents had hoped that such representation would have solidified his position within the “...Executive arm of governance.”

REALIZABLE AND DELIVERABLE

With a deep sense of optimism, in other public forums, he had made “...promises and assurances” to the electorate, including the “...strife-torn Pensioners Association,” some of which may have been “...realizable and deliverable.” Others seemed“...farfetched.” His primary concern however, was the “...collective interests of the nation and more particularly, the “...financial well-being and prosperity of constituents.” These were to be given highest considerations and foremost priority.While constituents who may have been induced to “...Come out-ah-dat (ALP) and ...Come in-ah dis (UPP),” from public complaints, discontent and dissatisfaction were rife among constituents who seemed to have experienced “...negligible financial growth and marginal improvement in the quality of life.” Likened to his ministerial colleagues, he had experienced appreciable “...financial growth while the Sun shine.” He had“ ...earned more; ...enjoyed associated fringe benefits, and had more disposable income,” that may have enabled him to observe theSun rises, shines and sets and “ ...Feast in the Middle East.”

QUALITY OF LIFE

Notwithstanding the innumerable promises and assurances of a prosperous economic future, Senator Williams Jr. had neither created, nor had control over that which had brought “...financial hardship” to his constituents. In reality, these situations may have been compounded by the effects of a “...Global Financial Crisis,” being blamed for all adversities and human miseries [2008]. Though often contrarily and rhetorically touted, the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) argues “...The crisis, originated in developed countries; ...weakening world economies and ...threatening progress that developing countries have made” [IEG: World Bank]. However, while the “...Sun Shines, and constituents grope for sustenance, Senator Williams Jr. had enjoyed “...a markedly improved quality of life.”

PARLIAMENTARY TREACHERY

Rightly or wrongly, he had been accused of the unthinkable, “...Causing Construction Contracts and/or Jobs, estimated at $48.9 million dollars” to be availed of by non-constituents and non-indigenous citizens. Constituents, therefore, believed that their parliamentary representative had not only been guilty of “...benign constituency neglect,” but also committed an unpardonable act of “...Parliamentary Treachery.” These, undoubtedly, may have influenced unforgiving voters to “...Come out-ah-dis (UPP) and ...Go back in-ah-dat (ALP).” Consequently, with measured response, aggrieved constituents had inflicted collective punishment that saw him suffering a “...decisive and humiliating electoral defeat” [March 12, 2009]. They had “...Empowered him,” hence, they have “...Devoured him.”

MINISTERIAL SUPERVISION

Following his electoral defeat and subjected to the considerations of the group’s leadership, Senator Williams Jr. was appointed to a junior ministerial position for the purposes of providing “...Assistance” to Education, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Dr. Jacqui Quinn-Leandro. On appointment, he was tasked with the administration of “...Sports, Youth Affairs and School Meals.” Clearly not intended to overshadow his ministerial functions, lack of “...Ministerial Supervision” may have attributed to his demise. His tenure became mired in allegations of causing overspending of public monies, through questionable contractual arrangements, void of (i) “...budgetary considerations; (ii) ...parliamentary approval and/or (iii) ...public tender.” He had not only become entangled, but also embattled, as to be problematic for continuing tenure in the Ministry of Sports.

MAD OR SCAPEGOAT

Consequent upon the electoral drubbing by political rival Teko Lake and subsequent appointment, [2009], when news of an official scandal broke, darkness appeared to have descended upon his “...Ministerial Tenure.” He was about to be destroyed, not necessarily by the “...Gods,” but by public demand. Though human conduct may not necessarily be associated with “...Gods” of particular choosing,” it has been widely touted that “...Whom the Gods wish to destroy, they first make mad” [Prometheus]. Conversely, whom the “...Living God” may haveto destroy, let him perpetrate evil [Life]. Was Senator Williams Jr made “...Mad or a ...Scapegoat?” When the world of Senator Winston Williams Jr appeared to have spun dangerously out of “...Ministerial and/or Contractual control,” it may have collided with the principles contained in the “...Landmark Trilogy of Legislation.” Two of the three Acts speak to “...Integrity in Public Life and ...Prevention of Corruption.” The other is the “...Freedom of Information Act” [2004].

SEA OF SORROW

In a boxer’s corner, there is a team, not only to give ringside instructions, but also to attend to “...Cuts, bruises and swelling.” Lest he remained to sustain further injuries, a severely battered and bruised boxer must be retired. Though he was in a very different fight, except for the Honourable Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer, Senator Winston Williams Jr. appeared to have been deserted by organizational colleagues. He was left in a “...Sea of Sorrow,” in which he appeared to have been drowning in despair. Even with a preference for “...contrasting colours and organizational persuasions,” an apparent bond of friendship and mutual respect had brought senatorial colleague Paul ‘Chet’ Greene to his corner. Their choice colours appeared to have been their least concern. In spite of dissimilarities in mannerism and perhaps, tastes for “...fine food and wine; ...craving for women and song,” there were at least two commonalities “...aspirations to public office and sports.”

INJUDICIOUS BEHAVIOR

Accused of “...injudicious ministerial actions that had resulted in a Contractual Scandal,” this had prompted incessant calls for his removal from public office and/or sanctions. Though it might be contrarily argued, it may have been evident to Senator Winston Williams Jr. that his political career was on the verge of self-destructing. As good governance demands and public trust dictates, Prime Minster Honourable Dr. Baldwin Spencer was impelled to initiate action, if only to dispel perceptions of “...Executive Condonement of questionable Ministerial behavior.” Perceptions were known to have prompted acrimonious actions that had caused otherwise “...committed, decent, honest and upright men to be removed from “...organizational positions and/or public office.”


SAVED BY THE BELL

Likened to a boxer floored by his opponent, due to “...an inordinately slow executive count,” Senator Williams Jr. may have been temporarily “...Saved by the bell.” Seeking to address public concerns the Honourable Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer had “...Two considerations; ...Two critical options.” Since “...reputation, future goals and aspirations” may be at stake, these were to be given acute executive considerations.” Thus, they were to be “...fairly and appropriately applied, while powers were to be exercised judiciously. Firstly, there was a mandated duty to the electorate and by extension the citizenry, to initiate corrective action. This was necessary in helping to divorce from suspicious minds, “...Perceptions” of conduct that may have resulted in sanctions consistent with that inflicted upon a former Medical Benefits Scheme (MBS) accountant by Justice Mario Michel [Caribbean Life: October 7, 2011].

LIABILITY OR ASSET

Secondly, with a pending general election [2014], now mired in controversy, this may have been seen as “...risky business.” This event of great national significance shall not be overshadowed by ministerial conduct that begs for “...Public Inquisitions.”  Electoral success, therefore, was dependent, inter alia upon“...voter’s confidence” in his administration and conduct of port-folioed Ministers.” In the absence of a “...Public Inquiry,” Prime Minster Spencer had two options “...removal or retention.” These were contingent upon considerations of “...Liability or Asset.” The Honourable Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer was mindful of “...Perceptions that he had harbored” that may have precipitated the removal of former ambassador and Commissioner Lionel ‘Max’ Hurst from the ABE Commission (ABEC) [December 22, 2010]. From the perspective of “...Organizational Liability,” the former constituency representative had to go. Thus, as fate would have it, and as the evidence suggested, “...inexperience, compounded by lack of “...Ministerial Supervision” had brought him immense anguish and despair.

EXECUTIVE MADNESS

While there may have been irony, in that which may have prompted Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer into exercising “...Executive Powers” against Senator Winston Williams Jr, for a possible “...One Strike,” it may have been “...executive madness” not to have addressed concerns raised by the Honourable Molwyn Joseph MP and the need for public accountability. It may also have been seen as “...Collusive Madness,” ignoring businessman/contractor George Ryan’s “...Fact Finding Mission,” comprising Dave ‘Beef’ Joseph and Algernon ‘Serpent’ Watt, radio programme host. In spite of his trials and tribulations, he was never accused of “...fingering one red cent.” However, he could not escape public calls for “...Accountability” for monies reportedly expended on “... half-completed, or not completed Sports facilities.” Moreover, it may have been “...Madness,” going into a “...Pit of Venomous Snakes.”

CONTRACTUAL SUSPENSIONS

When news of the “...Contractual Fiasco” broke, evidence pointed to “...Overpricing and Over-expenditure.” When Public Works Minister Honourable Trevor Walker reportedly uncovered “...contractual and/or procedural irregularities” within his official area of responsibilities, legitimate and/or illegitimate, unhesitatingly, he “...Suspended all Contracts.” From an official Report presented to Parliament by Finance Minister Honourable Harold Lovell, it was obvious that Contractors operating in “...an endemic system of corruption,” appeared to have been rendered complicit assistance by Ministry of Sports; ...Public Works Department and ...Treasury personnel.” For many reasons, the Committee’s Report appeared to have boggled the mind of the citizenry.

GOOD SHEPHERD

It may have been evident to Senator Williams Jr. that trouble was brewing when a self-appointed investigative team, including “...businessman-Contractor George Ryan; ...Media personnel, including the venomous ‘Snake Pit host,’ Algernon ‘Serpent’ Watt; ...Keithroy Joseph aka Number One; ...Dave ‘Beef’ Joseph and Devon Joseph” conducted private investigations. Sensing problems for his administration and the errant Senator, Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer, cognizant of the moral in the hymn “...The Ninety and Nine,” like the “...Good Shepherd,” he went in search of the “...lost sheep.” In an act of appeasement, if not farcity, an officially sanctioned “...Investigative Committee” was set up to inquire into the possible contractual schemes. The team comprised “...Dr. Cleopatra Gittens current Accountant General; ...former Accountant General Eustace Peters and Nicholas Hadeed,” a renowned building contractor/engineer.

FALSE PRETENCE

Interestingly, the “...officially-sanctioned investigators” had not seen that which the “...George Ryan Fact Finders” had unearthed. The official three-member investigative Committee, headed by Accountant General Dr. Cleopatra Gittens, appeared to have uncovered up serious “...procedural breaches, including tendering violations, along with acts of over-spending public monies.” Ironically, from the investigating Committee’s Report, it was disclosed that an estimated $23 million dollars had been expended. Therefore, while it appeared that “...half the un-budgeted sum had been expended” more than “...half the work appeared to have been incomplete.” Senator Williams Jr. had assured the nation that the Accountant General was in the process of “...recouping the over-paid funds” from unscrupulous contractors [Snake Pit].

MINISTERIAL AUTHORIZATION

From Law enforcement perspective, it was obvious that Contractors had committed the criminal offence “...Obtained Money under False Pretence,” reasonably suspected “...complicity of identifiable public officials.” It has been suggested that Contractors may have been “...administratively guided” in such a manner as to avoid ministerial authorization and/or the Tendering processes. Consequently, there may have been legitimate reasons for Finance Minister Honourable Harold Lovell to have issued Financial Instructions for “...Ministerial Authorization” of expenditure exceeding EC$10, 000. Prime Minister Dr. Baldwin Spencer, however, was adamant that there was no need for a “...Commission of Inquiry” [Observer: November 9, 2011]. Further, from public and media outcry for an official inquiry, it was suggested that the Ministry of Public Works had been a “...Cesspool of Corruption” [former Health Minister Bernard Percival]. This had suspectedly festered among “...contractors and senior technicians within the Public Works Ministry.”


 PREVENTIVE LEGISLATION

While, Finance Minister Harold Lovell sought to impress upon the citizenry through the Parliament that there was “...No wrongdoing” [December 2013], Senator Winston Williams Jr, with some degree of “...ministerial recklessness,” may have paid the ultimate price, not necessarily for that which has brought him “...regrettable consequences of degradation and psychological pain for his Youthful Folly.” In spite of suggestions of lack of evidence of “...wrongdoing,” it was obvious that there may have been serious misgivings as to merit enactment of “...Preventive Legislation.” The Finance Minister may have listened to the cries of the citizens.

EXECUTIVE ACTION

That which may have prompted the “...Contractual Suspensions; ...Ministerial Authorization and enactment of Procurement and Contract Administration Act,” appeared to have given “...CREDENCE” to Bernard Percival’s assertions. Clearly, in an effort to reduce “...corrupt practices among public officials,” credit may be given to Finance Minister Honourable Harold Lovell for causing the enactment. Though not entirely fool-proof, the Act provides for “...Procurement Procedures and Ethical Standards” [Part III]. These, however, were necessary for the elimination of “...questionable contractual arrangements and/or curtailment of reckless spending,” that may result from “...circumvented administrative procedures, processes and chronic disregard of financial instructions.”

THE FACILITATORS

Research suggested that unidentified public officers had effectively circumvented the Tenders’ Board procedures, while others facilitated processing of “...Treasury Payment Vouchers” for work that may not have been performed “...satisfactorily and/or completed.” There were some 105 projects value $100,000 or above that had reportedly escaped the “...Tenders Board” [Caribarena: June 24, 2011]. Document Certifiers may have knowingly and connivingly committed grave financial irregularities, by certifying that “...Work was done satisfactorily in accordance with contractual agreements.” In several instances, the “...George Ryan Fact Finding Mission,” had reportedly found irrefutable facts of- “...inferior quality work and incomplete projects.”

MCNEISH MOUNTAIN

Before the financial crisis, the nation’s economy was reportedly basking in economic sunshine. It was then said to be heading to “...prosperity in the luxury compartment of a passenger train,” [former Finance Minister Dr. Errol Cort: 2008]. Seemingly by-passing “...McNeish Mountain” and given the National Debt,it may have beenheading some “...darn place” Senator Lennox Weston had called “...Mount Economic Misery.” Subsequently, Finance Minister Honourable Harold Lovell had barely assumed responsibility, before he had reportedly experienced “...Financial Turbulence.” True or false, he had considered a “...magnitude rating of 5 on the Richter scale” [2009]. Empirical evidence showed that many constituents were facing lack of employment opportunities that had made life extremely and disconcertingly difficult.”

ECONOMIC SUNSHINE

Hence, many had endured the daily anguish of being unable to meet financial obligations. Many were also faced with constant “...home foreclosures; ...re-possession of furnishing and motor vehicles; ... had encountered frequent suppressions of utilities services for default payments and inability to pay private schools attendance fees.” While such experiences may not have reflected “...Economic Sunshine,” uncontrollable international forces may have triggered financial turbulences within the fragile tourism-based economy. Senator Williams Jr. had no control, neither over external nor internal forces. Likened to Finance Minister Honourable Harold Lovell, he was neither “...an economist nor a financial wizard.” Hence, it may not be said that they had mimicked the managerial exploits of the former “...Cash Wiz Manager” [Caribarena: January 17, 2014].

MILLENNIUM MESSIAH

Senator Williams had preached of “...Governance of Sunshine” to all a sundry. Pensioners and non-pensioners entertained feelings of hope; ...susceptible youth and mature adults saw him of the new Millennium Messiah.” He had assured themthat if he was elected to the Legislature, he would have ensured that his government filled their lives with “Sunshine.” If that meant improved quality of life, likened to “...Sundowner Ken Kentish” and his organization, there may have been no need to worry if that which shines through the clouds, failed to rise. “...Some days will be cloudy.” Whether such assurances were realizable or deliverable, he had “...convinced them; ...won their hearts; ...confidence and trust and electoral support.” He may have been indirectly saying to them, they would be provided with “...Government Subventions” which may allow them to come together “...occasionally for enjoyment of a sumptuous lunch at the “...City View Hotel.”

PRESIDENTIAL HORROR

In spite of “...Government Subventions of $50, 000 annually,” life in “...ABPA” was not void of discontent among its membership. For many members, their days remain “...Gray.” Members were said to be hurting and have been hunting and haunting President Eddie Hunte for a two management principles “...Transparency and Accountability,” reportedly to no avail. Though funded by his administration, this was a non-governmental organization. Besides, being stripped of ministerial clout, Senator Williams Jr. could neither “...Go in” nor “...edge President Eddie Hunte “...Out ah-Dat.”

DISSENTING VOICES

Dissenting voices among its members appeared too inquisitive for the president. The Association, headed by an indomitable president, Eddie Hunte, may have seen and heard two vociferous members and former educators, “...Avonel Thomas and Loretta Phillip.” He had shown fearlessness in the face of mounting organizational challenges. They had shown equal fearlessness. They could only complain bitterly and persistently over “...Accountability of Government Subventions” to its membership” [Caribarena: February 28, 2014]. Since he was not the “...Minister of Pensioners Affairs,” These were not issues for Winston Williams Jr. who may have missed both the “...Sun and the Shine.” Until now, with an apparent micro-managing presidency,reportedly operating with unfettered access to, and “...questionable exploits of Government Subventions,” members might be moved to seek ministerial interventions.”


RELISHING SUNSHINE

Whatever might be deduced, members of the association had accused its presidency of “...Relishing the Sunshine,” while they were experiencing “...Presidential Horror.” Even former Prison Superintendent Eric Henry and member of the association, saw no way of treating him as an inmate. And even a “...judicial intervention” by former High Court Registrar Charlesworth Tabor, seemed not to have produced the desired results. They had charged that funds for the association were being expended “...without satisfactory and pertinent explanations; ...transparency; ...accountability and lack of professionally certified accounts.” From media reports, accepting the complaints of defacto executive members, former educators Walston Bowen; ...Loretta Phillip; ...Avonel Thomas and ...Hudson Knight and Denfield Matthew,” the situation may have been seen as totally different.

PENSIONER’S COMPLAINTS

While most “...Senior Citizens,” appeared less concerned over public affairs and seemed more spiritually and psychologically prepared for the final journey into eternity, he had succeeded in wooing the Pensioners’ Association” to “...Come in-ah-this.” Those who may have experienced gloom and have been languishing in “...financial morass,” had responded with positivity and home. They had “...Faith,” anticipating the “...Substance of things hoped for” [Hebrews: 11:1].  Members of the representative association who “...Come out-ah-dat,” may not have enjoyed benefits from the “...Government’s Subventions” in which it was now “...Financially Blessed.”

To be continued..................

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RE: Self-Destruction of a Junior Minister

#15 Go now » 2014-04-03 13:05

Winston Williams needs to go into "Mother Theresa" mode to TRY and repaint the image people have of him.
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#14 Soldier Crab » 2014-04-03 12:39

And we wonder why the country is in the state in which it is? Puh-leeze!!
Paupers run for office,get elected,feast at the public's traugh and retire as millionaires.Everybo dy scratching the other's back.Nobody's held accountable
----been going on from Day One.
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@ gripe water

#13 naiomi » 2014-04-02 04:41

If I need love surely not from you Caribarena Idiot 1
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Cum Outtah Abuse! Cum Bak Tuh De Abused!

#12 John French !! » 2014-04-01 22:48

Notes From A Native Son Of The Rock! The Discourse at the Amofah Market was led by the Ibo. Akans & Ashantis were looking to the Courts. Fulani & Yoruba were praying to the Great Spirits. The Ibo were holding Court having found the sweet spot which Cecil Wade proudly said from his perch in Eve's Garden: "Wi Lub Ugly!".
Anansi was livid. He shouted as would have the "Fallen Youth": "Pick Sense Outtah Nonsense!"
Skye replied using Anansi's wiles: "Give Him Immunity From Prosecution!" Many saw blood in Perry Bay, they thought it was a Shark & sounded the Alarm. Another TRC opportunity missed!
Follow Pompey the Sleuth in Part 1: "The story (Truth) may never be truly told that he had assisted parliamentary colleagues in ... Promoting & Bolstering their candidacy in the General Elections"[March 23, 2009]... several had reportedly undertaken personal oversight responsibility for completion." Part 2: The records may never reflect that He may have opportunistically &imprudently sacrificed his political career. Thus even amidst "...Chaos & Confusion & Litigation," he had paved the way for his colleagues to return to the reign of governance [March 12, 2009]"
Anansi Repeated "Pick Sense Outtah Nonsense! The Lad was Abused!"
Skye replied "Witness For The Prosecution! My mentor Mr. Pompey has the evidence!"
Ciroc, living amongst Isaac Royall & The Harvard Law School Endowment lamented "Dead Men Tell No Tales!"
Oh Gad! Pray Wid Mi Fuh De Abused Lad!
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You need love

#11 Gripe water » 2014-04-01 21:14

naiomi, does a valid question hurt so much? You are too thin skin my love, I think you need LOVE.
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bornya

#10 cavela » 2014-04-01 20:51

In this season I am hearing that leadership matters.I am wondering if it is because Antigua seem to have no leader.
These people just do as they please.How can a minister spend so much on fences ?How could another spend millions on a stadium in a ghetto where
Spanish people make the place so filthy.Have you seen it lately.Why don't they investigate that also?
Another one giving away millions worth of tablets.
Another doing jelly bean sidewalks and covering gutters then digging them up.
So many of them waste tax payers dollars then they choose one young man to blame for poor leadership.
APUA buying a building for millions and still paying rent.
Don't blame Williams he is not the leader.Leadership is what is missing right now.
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@ gripe water

#9 naiomi » 2014-04-01 17:49

Go and sit in the corner and gripe. You are officially been made idiot 1 of Caribarena.
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Blind-eye once he saw the loot...$$$!

#8 Dig It » 2014-04-01 17:48

For all the "gross-mismanagement " and handed "loot," WW is given a 'slap-on-the-wrist' by the Minister of Finance and Economy. It's a shame that he would chose to do the 'dirty-deeds' of greedy and corrupt men and women. Even if he doesn't have the financial background or experience with spending (in this case the people's money)...he had turned a blind-eye to 'fiscal responsibility' and a 'moral obligation' to the people of this country, and, to those he turned his back on in Rural South. Skyewill, "immunity" can only be given if you faced a Public Inquiry and is willing to "honestly" testify against others under oath. How can he ever learned a lesson...if he has not "repaid" the state or serve "jail-time?" Now, he only have that mansion on the hill and a political theme to live on. By the way, RP, was he also responsible for the theme..."what is not good a morning, can't come good at night?"
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#7 CIROC » 2014-04-01 17:15

That thing at Creekside I was wondering.What the heck is it.Thanks Grays Farm Man for telling me it is a round about.If that is a round about.Well you people have been had by Winston Williams.I do not really understand Antigua politics.No investigations on the spending of the people money.Why not?Have'nt you people been beaten down by corruption in Public Office.
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Give us some figures

#6 Gripe water » 2014-04-01 14:02

Gray Farm Man, now I await ALP detail list, Lester, Asot & Robin, give us sone figures.
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#5 ***** » 2014-04-01 10:37

Wait! Didn't they say WW was supposed to be going off to study somewhere?
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NOT BLAMELESS

#4 GRY FARM MAN » 2014-04-01 10:19

Unfinished buildings in Nut Grove, unfinished bathroom at Yasco, $8 million rusting pavilion at Johnson, $480,000 roundabout at creekside, $60 million with of useless fencing all done by Syrian make shift contractors whose business is selling clothing, taking ten friend to Syria to chill out with taxpayers money makes him blameworthy. Whether it is on the side of the ABLP or UPP corruption is unacceptable and it seem as if he went in to kill the treasury. He must face the music. Too many youths are unemployed and they just don't care a damn. Let the chips fall where they may on any side.
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pity

#3 ***** » 2014-04-01 07:50

This is very sad. He had potential - a promising future. What a pity. We live and we learn. Up and coming prospective politicians, please take note.
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witness for the prosecution.

#2 skyewill » 2014-04-01 06:25

Give him immunity from prosecution
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#1 Abs » 2014-04-01 06:07

Poor Winston. Baldwin so don't want to deal with him that the government has rented out a space behind digicel on friars hill road to make him disappear. Oh how the mighty have fallen.
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