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This ia a credble account by Huntley. just goes to show there are at least two sides to every story.
He sure could not refrain from the parting salvo.Anyway, I guess Richard Frederick had that coming. He started it.By the look of it Huntley made a spirited attempt to clear the air. Hopefully, that will remove any semblance of impropriety on his part or that of the previous government.However, I do not think we have heard the last of this issue. If the politicians can stay above the fray, and refrain from unnecessary political posturing perhaps this matter will be resolved amicably.Ultimately, we hope that oil (which can be both a blessing and a curse) will be found in our waters. That would result in a siesmic shift in our economic fortunes.
The issue is not in the details of whether or not a cable got broken or what direction the boat was sailing or where seismic data tapes were sent. The issue is that exploratory rights were sold secretly to a company instead of through a public auction whereby the best price/deal could be obtained.Oh, but we're too stupid and we have to be protected from too much knowledge overpowering our brain power. Ok, I understand.
Oil and virgins in St. Lucia.Yeah, right.
After all, it appears that all of the gween which Richard Frederick spread in the house was about nothing.How long before Richard stoping spitting in our faces and call it rain? When will the government take his case to court?
Richard Frederick san en norm gween.LOL
It is sad you'll want to give politicians so much power. After all it is our rights kenney was selling we should have known something about it.
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