|LETTER OF THE DAY - More problems for Jamaican women
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS really surprised and alarmed to read that there is a proposed amendment to the Maintenance Act to allow men the right to claim maintenance from their wives or common-law spouses.
Hanging is barbarous
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS sorry to read both the content and the tone of The Gleaner's article on Sunday 'Hope for Hanging'. I regret the content because I believe that for the State to deliberately kill people will increase the spiral of violence...
Juror unpaid after five years
THE EDITOR, Sir: I WAS drafted to serve as a juror for three weeks (March 24 - April 14, 2000) at the Morant Bay Circuit Court in St. Thomas. I was empanelled to serve on a rape and murder case.
THE EDITOR, Sir: THE RECENT letters to the editor from the Honourable Roy Barrett, Custos of Trelawny, and the response from Dr. Holness (September 26 and September 30, respectively) must be appalling to all who read them.