Where is the outcry?
IT is with a tinge of sadness but not surprise that four days after esteemed Express political columnist Michael Harris (July 2) pointed the sheer illegality of Jack Warner's actions in taking it upon himself to call out the army against a group of unnamed citizens gathered in peaceful protest, no one has written to condemn Mr Warner's actions or to support Mr Harris's call for his removal and possible prosecution.
If Mr Harris's interpretation of the Constitution is correct and I am sure it is, Mr Warner has a lot to answer for here and where is the responsible elite in coming forward to support Mr Harris in condemning this serious breach of constitutional law by Mr Warner.
The late great Lloyd Best spoke often and eloquently on this important matter and I would like to urge some of the so-called societal exemplars who know that Mr Warner's actions in the matter are very illegal to find the testicular fortitude to step out of their comfort zone and join Mr Harris in condemning Mr Warner.
Come on fellow citizens of T&T, just because you are on the boat doesn't mean that you cannot rock it when it is the right thing to do.
As Michael Harris points out, the next time Mr Warner may be coming for you.