No bias should be drawn from tribute at Walter Rodney memorial service

-Inquiry chairman

Several weeks after political activist and historian Dr. Walter Rodney was killed, Sir Richard Cheltenham QC delivered a glowing tribute to him during a memorial service in Barbados.

Sir Richard, who is now the chairman of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) set up to investigate the circumstances surrounding Dr. Rodney’s death, told Stabroek News last evening that no bias should be drawn from this as the two did not share a close relationship.

When told of the article, dated June 30, 1980 and which was published in the Barbados Advocate, he said that it was …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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