Is it relevant when the Barbados Government Minister criticizing the Jamaica Gleaner for supporting the Nation journalists criminally charged with publishing child porn is himself a veteran profiteer of the online porn industry?
Damn right it’s relevant!
But the Jamaica Gleaner doesn’t have the cajónes to mention that Barbados’ Minister of Industry and International Business, Donville Inniss, has a lot of explaining to do about his connection with online porn involving teenagers, pregnant women and sex with animals.
Jamaica Gleaner EDITORIAL – Minding Barbados’ Business
We are privileged that someone of such importance as Barbados’ minister of industry and international business, Donville Inniss, who, in current circumstances, we would expect to be extremely busy, would take the time to note, much more respond to, the comments of this newspaper.
As it is, Mr Inniss has advised The Gleaner to mind its own business and to pay attention to “the rot in Jamaica”, which, like Barbados, is a member of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and a partner in regional affairs.
Unhappily, we offended the goodly Mr Inniss with our observations on Sunday about the arrest of three journalists at Barbados’ Nation newspaper – publisher Vivian-Anne Gittens; Roy Morris, the editor-in-chief; and Sanka Price, the news editor – for publishing a photograph of two minors having sex at school.
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