Camille Robinson-Regis – nicknamed by some as “Credit Card Camille” – is such a mess, that by the time she stumbles through her incoherent press releases, she has committed a dozen logical fallacies and self-contradictions.
To cut to the chase: her ill-fated, self-serving administration has put Trinidad and Tobago in an unprecedented constitutional crisis of the most absurd proportions.
The most irresponsible part is that the always-absent Keith Rowley appointed as our Attorney-General a man who defended former PNM financier and PNM Minister Brian Kuei Tung, and then asked him to prosecute the same Brian Kuei Tung.
In doing so, the Attorney-General lied about his relationship to Kuei Tung on oath in a US court, and possibly destroyed the whole case.
Is this a case of colossal negligence and incompetence?
Or was this actually done on purpose? The question must be asked.
If the PNM wanted justice, as Camille claims, they would not have appointed Brian Kuei Tung’s former Attorney to prosecute Brian Kuei Tung. Any first year law student could explain how this infringes against the most basic principles of jurisprudence.
So, Camille has swooped in, as usual, to deflect and distract with about a half-dozen stale, recycled accusations having nothing to do with Armour’s offenses, and then at the end tells Kamla Persad-Bissessar that she does not want to be distracted.
It is like debating with a circus clown.
Put simply, the Attorney General has breached the most fundamental code of ethics by accepting a brief against a former client of his, and also by apparently perjuring himself in a foreign court of law.
The only distractions here are from you, Camille. Armour must go. In fact, we are certain that he will go. It is only a matter of time.
Dr. Kirk Meighoo
Public Relations Officer