Lloyd D'Aguilar childish, uncouth
THE EDITOR, Sir:
Finally, the Tivoli Gardens commission of enquiry has commenced in pursuit of truth, they say. I am not totally convinced, as I am, perhaps, one of the few who think this is a total waste of money, time and effort.
I want to offer some advice to Lloyd D'Aguilar, as I found his behaviour at the enquiry to be quite unprofessional, childish and uncouth.
He is quite passionate about the cause for which he is fighting, perhaps too passionate. Mr D'Aguilar became too emotional, which caused him to become angry and to lose control of himself. Once this happened, he was no longer beneficial to himself or the citizens of Tivoli Gardens whom he so claimed to represent.
If he is given a second opportunity to enter the enquiry, he needs to calm down, make notes, and ask questions at the appropriate time. Boisterous behaviour will not help you; nor will insulting and making an enemy of everyone.
The purpose of the commission is to find the truth, not to attack the security forces, the Government, the commissioners or the citizens of Tivoli Gardens.