We were taken by the comments the editor had against Millie Moncur, a deceased supporter of Sir Lynden, and Laura Williams a current stalwart in the PLP.
You would remember we published an article on an episode, which took place at the Thelma Gibson Primary School between Brent Symonette and Williams. We noted how the minister was given a ‘PISSIN RED SLAP’ by her following a heated exchange of words.
The toilet paper took it upon themselves as usual to suggest we condoned and agreed with the assault on the minister, far from it. In fact Bahamas Press agrees Laura should have been arrested for doing what almost half of the country would have done if any minister assaulted them as she was.
You see we at BP possess no law degree, however, we are constantly advised by several counsels of law. We are however practitioners of the law as we believe in obeying and conducting ourselves in a manner that is decent and respectful when we are in the public domain.
The JACKASS on Shirley Street who claims to know the law is clearly not verse enough with areas of one’s rights and that was explicit in the paper’s editorial today.
You see, had Brent Symonette asked to arrest Laura Williams and she was taken into custody, the same law, which was applied on her must and would have equally been applied on the person who initiated the assault.
Brent Symonette was the one who walked over and made the initial contact with Williams. He went and hit her on her back making comments in the midst of an already highly charged and angry mob of supporters. He, and not Williams, started and believably triggered her response. And therefore in any court of law headed by Sir Michael, Brent Symonette would and should be duly charged for assaulting the PLP stalwart supporter.
But the Tribune with its JACKASS ways, flip sided bias, criminal mind and cockeyed racist actions against the small man cannot and will not read the law as we do. They should not question the slap as it was communicated in its editorial today, but they should question WHY WAS THE SLAP INITIATED? And the paper should equally ask the police after reporting the ordeal, why was not both Brent Symonette and Laura Williams arrested for their insightful actions on government property?
The Tribune should also ask, why in the hell we [Tribune] in this ‘dutty’ toilet paper continues to practise “political bias” and not be objective when writing bile.
We want the Tribune to google www.alexa.com and see who in the most popular blog in the country. We are the most popular blog in the Bahamas. The Tribune can have their opinion but cannot own the facts, we are beating them badly. We know BP is a must read for all reporters in the country. We break more news on a daily basis than you’ve done for the a year. The Tribune is on the fringe. Stay tuned for some more bombshells about to drop in short order.