It is a sad day when terrorists and those convicted of terrorist-related actions can be defended by writing about different levels of crimes as in the recent letter in the press.
Already, the one-sided Parliament meeting before the CCJ ruling opens spaces to defend the indefensible. Why honour the convict who died in a US prison of terrorism-related crimes?
The Minister, who did not hesitate to put her name to this act, still has to answer questions on undue influence and unfair competition about the contracts to her husband. Is it that easy to step over the line? This is a new can of worms and is online for all to see which is taking place just after the horrific terrorist acts in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
R L Singh