ATTORNEY Cindy Bhagwandeen, in another letter to President George Maxwell Richards, has said that it was "disrespectful in the extreme" of him to suspend Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma on the eve of his retirement after a long and distinguished career in politically strange and suspicious circumstances.
She added that it was also "disrespectful in the extreme" of the President to suspend Sharma "knowing full well that the Attorney General has not yet provided him with any funds to secure legal representation".
On Thursday, Bhagwandeen, acting on behalf of United National Congress MP Chandresh Sharma, threatened to launch legal proceedings to revoke the Chief Justice's suspension, since no steps have been taken to commence the work of the tribunal set up to investigate the complaint of misconduct.
In response on Friday, President Richards described a letter calling on him to reappoint Chief Justice Satnarine Sharma back into office as "disrespectful in the extreme".
The President's secretary Jacqueline Serrette said that certain parts of the letter Richards received were "factually incorrect".
The President, through his secretary, stated that he would address the other concerns raised in the letter in due course.
In this new letter Bhagwandeen said: Whilst I am grateful to know that you will respond to the substantive issues outlined in my letter because it concerns a matter of national importance, I am at a loss to understand how you could consider the tone and contents disrespectful in the extreme."
She added: "My letter was written based on instructions provided by my client Mr Chandresh Sharma, MP but I did pause to verify the facts stated therein before sending this letter. The limited information available to the public about the ability and readiness of this tribunal to function and commence hearing the enquiry into whether there is good and substantial cause for the removal of the Chief Justice remains a matter of great political mystery. The public is yet to be informed about what steps (if any) have been taken to ensure that this tribunal is able perform its duty."
Fuck em to the cross Cindy baby! We wid yuh all d way.....
Wey to go Baby!