THE EDITOR, Sir:
Director of Public Prosecutions Paula Llewellyn just doesn't get it. She doesn't seem to understand that results count; that outcomes matter; that, under her leadership, her department has failed the Jamaican people and she is accountable.
Given her recent many media appearances and writings, she seems to believe that spin, obfuscation and passing the buck are appropriate substitutes for performance when her efforts are nothing more than glib attempts to cover over extensive and bizarre levels of incompetence. That is at the root of Ms Llewellyn's inability to effectively manage cases and to secure appropriate convictions.
Clearly, Ms Llewellyn has climbed higher than her competence ought to have taken her. For Jamaica's sake, she ought to climb down from her high horse perch or be pushed therefrom.
A CONCERNED JAMAICAN