No, because if she does, the people who invest their money will not get their money.
- Starboy Keron Forbes
Yes. I believe this case is of such a magnitude and nature that the DPP should take the lead. I am aware that members of her team are capable and equipped to handle it. However, public perception on the matter is likely to be better if it is handled in that way. The whole commitment to justice without corruption.
If there is a way in which he can return the money he has for each individual, let him return it all and then deport him. At this point, his prosecution won't benefit anyone, and it's hard enough as it is now to be wasting time, money and resources to prosecute him. Free up the money and away with him.
- Kulieman Madd-jgi Bynameandnature-Christian
What's the point of a deputy if you gonna do all the work yourself? Right now, she is on too many cases and can't get them done because of too many confounding factors!
- Hayden Hamil
Don't worry too much about that king. The primary aim behind a fraud matter, if memory serves right, is to remedy the fraud. So even though punishment may also be an aim, the return of monies to investors should be high on the priority for prosecutors too. I hope.
- Lauren Daley
I think she should resign. She is clearly incompetent. The DPP's office needs a shake-up with someone better able to manage.
- Gerade Smith
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This DPP is the worst I've ever seen. She's really going all out to beat Witter this year.
- jermaine young
Shocking incompetence. Don't they see that this dysfunctional justice system contributes to high crime rates and police killings and systemic corruption? If the DPP lawyers are the best available to prosecute crime in Jamaica, then woe to us for we are undone.