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POLITICS played no part in the recent charging of three NATION executives over the publication of a story and photograph highlighting sexual activity between two teenaged students on a school compound.
Minister of Industry and International Business Donville Inniss yesterday evening blasted the Jamaica Gleaner for its Sunday editorial calling it shameful and “one of the nastiest pieces of editorial work which I have seen in any media house in the Caribbean”.
Inniss, the parliamentary representative for St James South, told those gathered at the regular monthly meeting of his Democratic Labour Party (DLP) constituency branch that the Jamaican newspaper “sought to give the impression that there was something political; some political mischief
involved in the Royal Barbados Police Force bringing charges against senior staff at the NATION newspaper over a recent publication”.

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