The Guyana Court of Appeal on Tuesday set aside the conviction and 18-month sentence for possession of explosives against Donald Rodney- –the brother of Guyanese politician and historian Dr. Walter Rodney who was killed in a bomb blast 40 years ago.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, April 8, 2021 - Chief Justice (ag) Roxanne George says she will be handing down her decision on the 26th of April in relation to Election Petition No. 88, filed by coalition supporters Claudette Thorne and Heston Bostwick which challenges the validity of the National Recount Order by the Elections Commission and the declaration of the final results using that order.
Thirty-six years after Donald Rodney was found guilty for being in possession of explosives- a walkie-talkie with an explosive device-that killed the co-founder of the Working People’s Alliance, Dr. Walter Rodney, he is appealing the conviction on the grounds that there was no proof it was an explosive.
LONDON, February 14, 2021 - The Guardian - The Duchess of Sussex has won her high court privacy case against the Mail on Sunday, hailing her victory as a “comprehensive win” over the newspaper’s “illegal and dehumanising practices”.
KINGSTON, Jamaica February 2021 - Public Defender, Arlene Harrison Henry, says the ‘Know Your Rights’ Campaign will assist persons to know what to do in particular circumstances and calls on Jamaicans to pay keen attention to the campaign messages.
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, January 26, 2021 - Demerara Waves - The opposition A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) has taken aim at the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Chambers, strongly suggesting that the decisions are politically motivated.
Paris, Jan 25 (Prensa Latina) The Evry court on Monday opened the trial of 19 companies from the United States that manufacture the so-called Agent Orange, a powerful herbicide used by the US Army during the Vietnam War (1964-1975).