THE EDITOR, Sir:
The following incidents occurred in the periods indicated:
1. It was reported in your newspaper that Michael Manley said that Edward Seaga said he could not walk through Tivoli Gardens. Mr Manley answered that as prime minister, there was nowhere out of bounds to him in Jamaica.
2. Again, reported in your newspaper, it is said there was an exchange between Mr Manley and Mr Seaga, with Mr Seaga saying, "Blood fi blood, fire fi fire!"
3. Mr Seaga, when he was minister responsible for social services, said anyone from Tivoli Gardens had free access to the stairs to his office on Hanover Street, and no member of the government staff dared enquire who they were.
Do we still say the above actions were justified?