Monday, July 16, 2007

Who ordered Achong appeal?

By RIA TAITT Monday, July 16 2007

MERE DAYS after the obscene language charge was dismissed against Point Fortin MP Larry Achong, police have received instructions to appeal the decision of Magistrate Seemungal Ramsaran, sources told Newsday yesterday.

However, the instructions have reportedly not come from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, but from the political directorate.

Achong, charged earlier this year with the use of obscene language against Pundit Ramlakhan on November 9, 2006 at an anti-smelter meeting at the Chatham Youth Facility, was cleared last Thursday after Ramsaran upheld a no-case submission put forward by lead defence attorney Osborne Charles SC.

Thursday’s result left him clear to contest his Point Fortin seat in this year’s election.

Police sources yesterday confirmed moves for an appeal of Thursday’s ruling, but said that the police had not been directed by the DPP to appeal, but by “someone else.”

Once again, ah fockin demonstration that the fockin PNM mudders cont and dem in charge of the Judiciary.

This is what dey all about and why the need to get rid of the CJ. They want to control who to charge and who to let off.

Question is though........who give the fockin instructions ?

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