Daily Archives: 08/25/2011

Freddie vs Jagdeo libel case – Updates of trial

These are the Kaieteur News Reports of the Trial:

Day 1 – Freddie vs Jagdeo court battle begins

August 20, 2011 | By KNews | Filed Under News
– Court told Ambassadors, heads of key state agencies all Indians – Luncheon claims Govt. impartial
By Latoya Giles

The highly published and much anticipated court battle – President Bharrat Jagdeo vs. Kaieteur News Columnist Frederick Kissoon – got underway yesterday with Head of the Presidential Secretariat Dr Roger Luncheon being the first person called to give evidence in chief. The Head of State is suing Kissoon and National Media and Publishing Company, publishers of Kaieteur News, and Editor-in-Chief Adam Harris for over $10M, claiming libel in one of Kissoon’s daily columns last year.

Read complete ReportFreddie vs Jagdeo court battle begins

Day 2- Luncheon grilled on govt. contracts, postings, policies and land awards


  Freddie vs Jagdeo libel case…

Lawyers for President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday failed in their bid to prevent Freddie Kissoon’s defence team from questioning Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon, on the award of contracts, as the libel case brought by the Head of State against the Kaieteur News columnist, the newspaper and its editor-in-chief, continued in the High Court yesterday.
Dr Luncheon testified that it is the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board that awards contracts – therefore not the President.

However, upon further questioning, Luncheon admitted that as per procedure contracts are awarded by the Tender Administration Board only after a “Non Objection” is issued by Cabinet – the Cabinet being the Council of Government Ministers chaired by the President.
The Head of the Presidential Secretariat further agreed that if the Cabinet, again chaired by the President, makes an objection to a contract, then it cannot be awarded by the Tender Administration Board.

Read Complete Report: Luncheon grilled on govt contracts postings policies and land awards

Day 3- Jagdeo vs Kisssoon Libel Case…

Freddie vs Jagdeo libel case…Court hears Black candidates overlooked for DPP position

AUGUST 30, 2011 | BY  |

The High Court yesterday heard how President Bharrat Jagdeo overlooked two Afro-Guyanese candidates for the post of Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in favour of Indo-Guyanese, as the libel case brought against Kaieteur News columnist Freddie Kissoon, the newspaper’s publisher and editor-in-chief continued yesterday.
President Jagdeo is suing for $10 million, claiming that a column entitled “King Kong sent his goons to disrupt the conference” pointed to Jagdeo as King Kong. The President has claimed that the article suggests that he is a racist and that “by extension, the State and Government of Guyana, practice racism as an ideology, dogma, philosophy and policy.”  Continue reading

The ADHD Scam and the Mass Drugging of Schoolchildren

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Editor of NaturalNews.com

Today I am bringing you news from the world of ADHD, because scientists claim they have found a difference in the brains of children with ADHD versus “normal” children. The brains of these children who have been diagnosed with ADHD were scanned with an MRI machine. They compared 40,000 different points in their brains looking for signs of thickness in the brain tissue.

They discovered that the brains of children diagnosed with ADHD were a little behind schedule in growing. Yes, you heard that right. They said they are about three years behind the brains of other children. Everything else was normal. They said if they wait three years those children will catch up and turn out just fine.    Continue reading

Blueberries faked in cereals, muffins, bagels and other food products

Blueberries faked in cereals, muffins, bagels and other food products

Read the transcript of this video below this introduction:

 Video Information

The blueberries found in blueberry bagels, cereals, breads and muffins are REAL blueberries right? Wrong! Award-winning investigative journalist Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, exposes the deceptive chemical ingredients and dishonest marketing of “blueberry” products from big-name food and cereal companies. The blueberries, it turns out, are made from artificial colors, hydrogenated oils and liquid sugars.


Pictures of blueberries are prominently displayed on the front of many food packages. Here they are on boxes of muffins, cereals and breads. But turn the packages around, and suddenly the blueberries disappear. They’re gone, replaced in the ingredients list with sugars, oils and artificial colors derived from petrochemicals.      Continue reading

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