Hamilton says still fit to serve despite House of Israel activities

-dares critics to face commission of inquiry

Despite admissions that he brutalised citizens while he was a member of the House of Israel and later hopscotched between political parties, Joseph Hamilton maintains that he is still fit to represent the people of Guyana in the National Assembly and he believes that Guyanese are compassionate to those who have “bared their soul before them and seek redemption.”

Hamilton, who is now a Member of Parliament for the PPP/C, yesterday broke his silence since he testified before the Commis-sion of Inquiry (CoI) into the death of Walter Rodney and dismissed his critics as cowards if they fail to come forward to tell their story if it is different from his.

During cross-examination by PNCR attorney Basil Williams, Hamilton, a former priest in the House of Israel religious group, had denied that he …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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