Director of Public Prosecution Victoria Charles Clarke and Justice Minister Victor Philip La Corbiniere played a game of pin the tail on the donkey earlier this week. The game originated after Housing Minister Stanley Felix lambasted the DPP on a SLP platform on her dereliction of duties over the Town and Village Reports.
Madame DPP fired back , about the IMPACS report calling it ‘hearsay and not meeting the standard of the Evidence Act.’ She further went on to say that her office lacked a Deputy and was understaffed. Thereby winning the game of pinning the tail on the donkey? Not so fast.
In a pre – recorded interview the Justice Minister fired back at the DPP, pinning the tail even more ferociously than she had claiming that she’d rejected the offer of a special prosecutor to assist her. No clarification on whether the state’s generosity was in reference to the IMPACS and Town and Village Council affairs.
Experts were unable to say whether or not the special prosecutor was magic as they had been offered instead of the close to 6 lawyers plus a Deputy DPP that had been requested. Or whether the prisoners on remand would be facilitated with a Special Prosecutor of their own.
Hit us up and tell us who pinned the tail on the donkey the best,the DPP or Minister La Corbiniere.