I refer to a letter published in the Express on Tuesday which was written by Lennie M Nimblett, which carried the heading “The sound of silence reigns in CJ’s case” (Page 14).

On the issue of the allegation of misbehaviour in public office by Chief Justice Archie, Nimblett wanted to know, (and I quote his words) “Why have all the critics gone silent, the newspapers, the judges, the Law Association, senior counsel lawyers, the Opposition, the ordinary members of the public?”

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