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"Do the best you
can in every task,
no matter how
unimportant it may
seem at the time.
No one learns more
about a problem than
the person at the
--- Sandra Day
Marcia Ayers-Caesar says her
removal as a High Court Judge is
"unlawful and unconstitutional"
as she was put under pressure
to resign. Because of this, Ay-
ers-Caesar says her resignation
letter is "of no legal effect".
Raj Sum: This CJ and JLSC must
resign. The shame and disgrace they
putting our nation through.
Gareth Rampersad: Time for the
CJ & JLSC to resign as well.
Ian R Joseph: As Ramesh said, it
was unlawful how they got rid of her
and it has no standing; so she is still
a judge case closed. And will still be a
judge in the end.
Vishnu Ramdass: So help me to
understand this: she write a resigna-
tion letter now she is saying it has no
effect, this certainly has to be height
A person in the justice system is the
person sending people to jail. This
person must not have questions
about their character.
Adamskie John: All politics, who
Melina Hutchinson: Ms Ay-
res-Caesar, you've been a lawyer
and Chief Magistrate for many years.
As such, do you really expect me to
believe that you didn't know about
Section 137 of the Constitution
before you resigned, and that you
also didn't know that you should've
asked for legal advice before resign-
ing? I really do sympathise with you,
but Madam it seems you brought this
entire situation upon yourself .
Krys Tal: Imagine those poor
souls sitting in remand yard waiting
for justice. Imagine what their fami-
lies are facing, some without bread-
Jake Simms: Why can't this
entire fiasco have common sense
.and relevant actions taken to bring
closure and some sort of dignity and
credibility to the judiciary?
Nerissa Dqueen: With the ex-
citement of your promotion, your
judgement became blurred, hence
the reason you're in this predicament
now. You should have weighed the
pros and cons, before accepting the
position. I guess this would be a les-
son for others in the future.
'Disagree with the judgment
but don't criticise the judge'
Amid the controversy last
week involving High Court judge
Justice Frank Seepersad, senior
legal members of the Judiciary
who are close to him said he has
a broad back and has done his job
to the best of his ability.
Odin Thoor: So once you are of
one ethnicity and you disagree with
the govt of the day in this country it
automatically makes you a supporter
of the opposing party, despite your
position and office? Sterling charac-
ter! And whether or NOT it is clear to
some of you, it will NOT change the
fact that he is! An overturned deci-
sion does not a bad judge make!
Man killed while crossing road
A man was knocked down and
killed on Friday night while at-
tempting to cross the road just a
short distance from the walkover
near the Pasea, Tunapuna inter-
Gabbec Poly: Excessive speed.
Lizbeth Samuel: Use the blasted
Walkovers....they are not there as
Helen Kelshall: When are we go-
ing to stop seeing reports like these?
Come on people, use the walkovers.
Madonna Brandon: I can't un-
derstand why some people needs
the police presence 24/7 for them to
obey the law! Oh crimson!
Harry Ramharack: If you want
to reach the other side of the high-
way you would use the walk over. If
you want to reach another destina-
tion you would try another route. At
33 years you would know where you
want to reach. It is unfortunate but
short-cuts are taken at every level in
our national life.
Vitas Butkoon: Now that driver
has to live with that on his con-
Property tax creating more fear
St Augustine MP Prakash
Ramadhar says it is a shame that
there could not have been a more
mature approach towards the
implementation of the property
Dulam Jagdeo: Property tax not
creating fear. It's you the politicians
on all sides creating fear within the
mind of the people with misleading
Amar Rambhajan: Quiet
Prakash. U was there for 5 years. U
campained on AXE THE TAX.... yet
did nothing to amend or repeal the
tax when u were in govt for 5 years.
Brian Parker: Whatever the gov-
ernment did in reintroducing the
Property Tax would have been met
with criticism by the opposition.
Kenrick Purcell: You mean like
the approach the opposition took ?
Did nothing to repeal it for 5 years
and even announced its implemen-
tation by 2014, but as this admin-
istration says its back, they run to
court and cry bloody murder.....
Irma Morris: Don't beat up just
Nerissa Dqueen Prakash: the
"more mature approach" is to pay
your taxes and demand that the
money be used for better infrastruc-
ture in T&T, instead of advocating to
"axe the tax!"
'I try to warn them but
they don't want to listen'
Former LifeSport coordinator
Rajaee Ali claims that moments
before the deadly Port-of-Spain
prison break in 2015, he tried to
warn prison authorities about
the incident with the hope of
stopping it. Ali was an inmate at
the Port-of-Spain prison at the
time of the incident.
Rosemarie de Freitas: No com-
Jimi Jorsling: That's why this
report is taking so long to be com-
pleted . Senior prison officials will be
Melina Hutchinson: Ok Rajaee,
so as you talking, tell us now who
was responsible for having Dana
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Marcia Ayers-Ceaser takes the oath of office as a new judge from President
Anthony Carmona at ther Office of the President on April 12, 2017.
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