Dear Editor, I find the statement from President Jagdeo very interesting, when asked about donor support in relation to crime, his reply was “They said they would help but what is their assistance?
Dear Editor, Kaieteur News’s gruesome and shocking images of the victims of the Lusignan killing displayed on its front page, crossed the line of decency and serious journalism.
Dear Editor, On behalf of the Guyanese community in Grenada, I would like to extend deepest sympathy to the relatives and friends of those who lost their lives at the hands of those maniacs last Saturday.
Dear Editor, The Guyana Association of Professional Social Workers condemns the senseless killing of residents in Lusignan, and offers sincere condolences to the grieving families.
Dear Editor, I am enraged at the President’s inability to offer any solutions to the crisis facing our country.
Dear Editor, I usually respect Mr. Vishnu Bisram’s analysis and objectivity as a pollster whenever there is a political contest in the Caribbean.
Dear Editor, The gruesome deaths of 11 persons in Lusignan have brought to the fore the fragility of our race relations, the divisiveness, and the willingness of those who hold power to maximize on political points even during national grief.
Dear Editor, In a letter captioned “Many soldiers were upset by the President’s remarks” Mr.
Dear Editor, Our nation has witnessed one of the worst atrocities of its time.
Dear Editor, Firstly, I extend my deepest sympathy to all the bereaved relatives of those killed at Lusignan; and I offer my prayers for peace for all Guyanese at this volatile time.
Dear Editor, Last Sunday I attended the meeting at the Mon Repos School where President Bharrat Jagdeo spoke to residents in outrage at the slaying of the Lusignan eleven.
Dear Editor, Another dictator will not have to answer for crimes committed against his people.
Dear Editor, I wish to respond to comments made by home affairs minister, Clement Rohee, regarding the protests on the East Coast which have spread to West Berbice.
Dear Editor, In a matter of days three bold and murderous attacks occurred in Guyana.
Dear Editor, It’s difficult to talk politics to families and communities mourning loved ones mowed down by a phenomenon that has become a staple in Guyana-political madness.
Dear Editor, My heart aches every time I remember what happened to the innocent people of Lusignan, on the east coast.
Dear Editor, In the bloody aftermath of the Lusignan executions, the question must be asked: why Lusignan?
Dear Editor, It was heart wrenching to read the terrifying ordeal the families of Lusignan have had to go through in what is now being dubbed the `Lusignan massacre’.
Dear Editor, First of all, Stabroek News, as much as you are the vanguard of the free press and as much as you are in the forefront of the fight against police and military brutality (as you should be), I think that pretty soon there would be no one left in Guyana to fight for.
Dear Editor, As the entire Guyana shares in the pain and the horror of the community of Lusignan, one is left shocked by the lack of positive reaction from the Government in attempting to apprehend the criminals who perpetrated this heinous act against innocent victims.
Dear Editor, I am amazed that after such a brutal attack on innocent women and children in which 11 lives were flushed out Mafia style, our President is asking residents to form Community Policing Groups to protect themselves.
Dear Editor, I read Mr Bisram’s recent letter about Barack Obama’s presidential candidacy.
Dear Editor, I refer to the article in your issue of 24. November 2007 reporting the remarks made by the Inter -America Press Association (IAPA) that the proposed changes to the constitution of Venezuela ” are major dangers to freedom of expression and private property”.
Dear Editor, SASOD extends its condolences to the families and loved ones of the six children and five adults killed in Lusignan on Saturday morning.
Dear Editor, Born in Lusignan and grown in Buxton, I state publicly my sympathy with those people on the East Coast of Demerara who have suffered at the hands of lawless gunmen or official security forces, trained to secure officials only.