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  1. Death squads violate basic human rights
    February 24, 2004

  2. These two parties have led us to an impasse
    February 23, 2004

  3. What does Caricom say about the Gajraj affair?
    February 18, 2004

  4. There's a big bias regarding the Gajraj issue
    February 17, 2004

  5. THE PHANTOM PHENOMENON
    February 17, 2004

  6. The US Embassy and the phantom gang
    February 16, 2004

  7. The political ramifications of this death squad affair are considerable
    February 16, 2004

  8. Let's have some positive suggestions and stop the muckraking
    February 16, 2004

  9. Western Governments are meddling because of their concerns over governance
    February 15, 2004

  10. President Lula reacted immediately to an allegation of fraud
    February 15, 2004

  11. The issue of an upgraded firearm to Axel Williams must be fully investigated
    February 15, 2004

  12. Seek information from public on death squad allegations
    February 14, 2004

  13. Matter could be investigated by a committee of parliament
    February 13, 2004

  14. The President should do the right thing
    February 12, 2004

  15. Look who's talking about what is illegal!
    February 12, 2004

  16. A reasonable request?
    February 12, 2004

  17. Some other issues for investigation
    February 12, 2004

  18. Are these embassies being impartial?
    February 11, 2004

  19. Govt. officials should meet with Guyanese overseas more often
    February 10, 2004

  20. The killing of innocent Guyanese citizens
    February 10, 2004

  21. Lynching minister without credible evidence would be a great injustice
    February 10, 2004

  22. Intervention of Western Ambassadors is welcome
    February 10, 2004

  23. The perception of the public is that Govt. is making itself accountable
    February 7, 2004

  24. External pressure has induced some normalcy
    February 7, 2004

  25. Visas suspended because some action expected
    February 6, 2004

  26. Can Mr Bacchus be expected to give a statement?
    February 6, 2004

  27. Serious matters are pending against Gajraj and Rohee, Ramjattan should not be made a scapegoat
    February 6, 2004

  28. Police will not undertake an investigation of their political bosses
    February 6, 2004

  29. What did Mark Thomas know?
    February 5, 2004

  30. What's the motive here?
    February 5, 2004

  31. George Bacchus was charged with murder
    February 5, 2004

  32. Phantom squad arose because of terror created by the criminals
    February 4, 2004

  33. Death squads are never a solution
    February 4, 2004

  34. The rule of law must be upheld
    February 4, 2004

  35. The PNC keeps changing its tactics
    February 3, 2004

  36. Prime Minister Sharon has refused to resign
    February 3, 2004

  37. These embassies have breached diplomatic protocol
    February 2, 2004

  38. How are we ever to get peace and tranquillity?
    February 1, 2004

  39. This issue must not be sidelined
    February 1, 2004

  40. Meddling in Guyana's internal affairs
    February 1, 2004

  41. Any inquiry should also probe attempted genocide by the Buxton phantom
    February 1, 2004

  42. Open letter to U.S. State Department Caribbean Division Head
    February 1, 2004

  43. An independent enquiry is essential
    January 31, 2004

  44. Is the PNC/R afraid of a police investigation?
    January 31, 2004

  45. Don't accept bullying
    January 31, 2004

  46. Ironical that the opposition can stand where Fr. Darke was stabbed
    January 31, 2004

  47. The politics of hypocrisy
    January 30, 2004

  48. PNC didn't resign after ruling Guyana illegally for 24 years!
    January 30, 2004

  49. The Commissioner's letter to me is quite premature
    January 20, 2004

  50. President Jagdeo's position on this national scandal is unacceptable
    January 30, 2004

  51. The Bacchus affair is a welcome reprieve
    January 28, 2004

  52. GIHA should come to its senses
    January 28, 2004

  53. Erroneous report withdrawn late
    January 28, 2004

  54. But for the phantom, more businessmen would have been slaughtered
    January 27, 2004

  55. Bacchus did not say minister headed any phantom gang
    January 27, 2004

  56. Condemned before trial
    January 26, 2004

  57. Some questions for George Bacchus
    January 26, 2004

  58. Tolerance, not hatred is our sacred challenge
    January 26, 2004

  59. Hired killers are a prescription for disaster
    January 24, 2004

  60. The Government must not wait for formal reports to the police
    January 24, 2004

  61. Why the haste to get the Home Affairs Minister out of office?
    January 24, 2004

  62. The "Dirty War" reveals the dirt
    January 24, 2004

  63. Dialogue is not feasible with this Phantom squad issue pending
    January 23, 2004

  64. Death Squads are monsters that become uncontrollable
    January 22, 2004

  65. The call for Mr. Gajraj's resignation is puerile and vindictive
    January 21, 2004

  66. THANKS TO THE PHANTOM FORCE
    January 21, 2004

  67. Will the PNC ask for an inquiry into the brutality and killings in 2002-03?
    January 21, 2004

  68. I commend the Phantom group for standing up to the criminals
    January 21, 2004

  69. An investigation should begin immediately, there is no need for a formal statement from Bacchus
    January 21, 2004

  70. A few questions for George Bacchus
    January 20, 2004

  71. Invasion of privacy
    January 20, 2004

  72. The George Bacchus affair versus the boy and the wolf
    January 20, 2004

  73. The resort to death squads is a dangerous failure in policy
    January 19, 2004

  74. Hate has a way of rebounding!
    January 19, 2004

  75. I commend the Phantom group for standing up to the criminals
    January 19, 2004

  76. Those who took on the criminals should be praised for their courage
    January 19, 2004

  77. It is time for a wide-ranging probe
    January 18, 2004

  78. George Bacchus should be arrested and charged
    January 18, 2004

  79. Continuing Opposition Lunacy
    January 17, 2004

  80. Andrew Douglas had also raised some questions
    January 17, 2004

  81. Many people have no problem with a phantom force
    January 16, 2004

  82. Standard detective work is required
    January 16, 2004

  83. The credibility of a criminal against a public official
    January 16, 2004

  84. The media have a crime fight responsibility, too
    January 16, 2004

  85. PNC/R very effective...
    January 15, 2004

  86. Unsubstantiated allegations
    January 15, 2004

  87. Contacting a Minister is a norm in Guyana!
    January 15, 2004

  88. Should this informant be believed?
    January 15, 2004

  89. Sections of the media are anti-government
    January 15, 2004

  90. Why is it okay to kill but not to be killed?
    January 14, 2004

  91. The Minister has been able to achieve a return of relative peace
    January 13, 2004

  92. Bacchus' allegations must be taken seriously
    January 13, 2004

  93. How could one man find out more than the police?
    January 13, 2004

  94. Police informant mechanism required to fight crime
    January 13, 2004

  95. The Bacchus affair, the phantom and the PNC
    January 13, 2004

  96. The country was in a state of siege before the Phantom gang
    January 12, 2004

  97. An investigation must be held
    January 12, 2004

  98. No group must be allowed to take the law in their own hands
    January 11, 2004

  99. Minister Gajraj must offer a better explanation
    January 11, 2004

  100. The phantom gang has helped to restore order
    January 11, 2004

  101. It's unwise to be both na´ve and arrogant
    January 9, 2004

  102. Does this mean the end of the phantom squad?
    January 9, 2004

  103. Minister of Home Affairs should resign
    January 7, 2004

  104. Points, questions to ponder
    February 27, 2004

  105. The Death Squad/criminal connection
  106. I would think twice before continually making clowns of my followers
  107. Visa services will be resumed in Georgetown soon
  108. Prosecutor should have been ready to proceed
  109. Any action is preferable to total inaction
  110. Evasion and denials are not viable options in dealing with this issue
  111. Man charged a 'processing fee' of $150,000 for a gun licence
  112. Truly amazing!
  113. Some people are truly amazing
  114. Liberia's decline due to death squads was swift and complete