THE EDITOR: Many years ago Stephen Cadiz got involved in politics because one of his employees was murdered. There was an enormous gathering in Woodford Square and 200 people dressed in white, representing the number of people killed up to that time that year, lay down in front of the Red House.
The PNM was in power then and prime minister Patrick Manning refused to get involved or to offer any support. Now, about 15 years later and thousands murdered, Fitzgerald Hinds tells us we have a major crisis on our hands. I am speechless.
GORDON DALLA COSTA via e-mail