THE EDITOR, Sir:
Gordon Robinson's article titled 'Law and Order (dubwise)?' and published Tuesday, September 11, 2012 is of fundamental and heroic proportions.
Writing on behalf of 'we the people', Mr Robinson has articulated our discomfiture with some of the recent postulations of our erstwhile director of public prosecutions. In the captioned case, she has figuratively castrated a relatively senior member of her team while putting a spin on his seemingly reasonable position.
Further, her penchant for bobbing and weaving when handling cases involving powerful public figures, when a straight path would seem to be the way to go, has left 'us' worried, to say the least.
I urge this important arm of our judicial system to read and digest Mr Robinson's suggestions before acting as he has requested.
PAUL WRIGHT (Dr)