| Hiding photographic evidence
THE EDITOR, Sir: ON NOVEMBER 6, 2002, the Privy Council delivered judgment in the cases of Mark Sangster and Randal Dixon. This case highlights a concern which has always troubled defence lawyers and fair-minded persons alike.
Violence and tourism
THE EDITOR, Sir: DEAR PEOPLE of Jamaica, it saddens me to hear of so much violence and crime. I love Jamaica and visit several times a year but people will stop coming if they think it is unsafe.
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WOULD like some help in finding my father, Robert Chambers, as I am living in London and I can't do it by myself.
Advertise the JTB's web site
THE EDITOR Sir: I AM seeking your assistance to lobby the powers that be at the Jamaica Tourist Board to establish and publicise their web site address in their advertising campaigns, local and overseas.
Thanks, Mr. Prime Minister
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WOULD like to use this medium to express thanks to the Prime Minister, the Most Hon. P.J. Patterson for paying a portion of my CXC Examination fee.
Proud of Dule Hill
THE EDITOR, Sir: It is not the fact that he is my cousin, not the fact that he was recently nominated for an Emmy award, and not the fact that he shows up on my television screen every Wednesday night at 9 o'clock.
Trees and barbarism
THE EDITOR, Sir: IN RESPONSE to the letter submitted by L. Duperrouzel regarding the 'pruning' of trees in Kingston to deter vendors, I second the emotion.
Let's unite and solve Jamaica's problems
THE EDITOR, Sir: THANK YOU very much for your usual concise and professional coverage of the recent elections. As I expected - Mr Patterson and the PNP won...
The article deserves a reprint
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE LETTER, "Who are Jamaicans?" - written by Curtis Ward, and printed on page G6 of this week Sunday Gleaner is an excellent piece that ought not be hidden in that section of the paper.
Corruption and the PM
THE EDITOR, Sir: REGARDING YOUR editorial, "No to Corruption," it's nice to hear P.J. Patterson talk about presiding over an administration that is free of corruption, this coming after the recent elections.
'Miss Jamaica should withdraw'
THE EDITOR, Sir: I STRONGLY urge Jamaica to withdraw Danielle Ohayon from the "Miss World" pageant to be held in Nigeria. I am aware that she is our best candidate since Christine Straw in 1998, but we have to stand up for equal rights.