30 March, 2010
I have now discovered the quarrel that
has with my last post. It seems that I have several factual errors in it. I also drew some unfair inferences in relation to him and the public service. Stanley
It appears that the Immigration Officer who, I wrote, had had his case quietly dropped has in fact been committed to trial in the next sitting of the Assizes. The case has not been “swept under the carpet”.
The old lady whose case, I wrote, had been nolle prossed, had in fact been tried by the Magistrate who had dismissed the charges when the old lady was unable to identify her assailant.
And, the suggestion that
had been quietly made PS Administration in order to get him out of the Magistracy was quite misconceived. Stanley had in fact continued to serve as acting Magistrate from time to time for some nine years while serving in the Attorney-General’s Chambers until he was appointed PS Administration. Stanley
For these and any other factual errors in my post I apologise unreservedly to
. I had received and relied on incorrect information about these incidents. I therefore had no valid reason to have drawn the inferences I did, that Stanley owed a favour to Keithly. Stanley