Kwayana rules out PPP role in Rodney’s death

-says all evidence points to Gregory Smith, PNC

Eusi Kwayana yesterday shot down suggestions that the PPP could have been responsible for Walter Rodney’s death and maintained that the evidence was stacked against the PNC, which was the ruling party at the time.

Sitting in the witness box for the third straight day before members of the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) appointed to investigate Rodney’s death, Kwayana, a veteran politician and rights activist, agreed that both parties could have felt threatened by the activities of the Working People’s Alliance (WPA), of which Rodney was co-leader at the time of his death.

Rodney was killed in a car near John and Bent streets on June 13, 1980, after a walkie-talkie reportedly given to …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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