Month: November 2008

The Science of Handwriting Analysis – Meet Beverley East

Beverley East is even busier these days than before. With cases of forgery in Jamaica at unprecedented levels, the handwriting analyst has had to set up house in Kingston, the nation’s capital to deal with the flood of requests for her expertise from the banking sector and the judiciary.To get a sense of your soul, …

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Appetite for Hanging: Justice or Legalizing Murder?

I have the deepest sympathy for the victims of murder such as, members of the security forces, witnesses in trial proceedings, those murdered by others during robberies burglaries, sex offences, arson and acts deemed as terrorism. Therein lies the acts that carry a mandatory death penalty as is currently the law of the land. As …

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The Banana Boat Has Sailed

Time to build and export technology services. Two recent news items pertaining to the Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) group of countries and their trade ties with the European Union (EU) are serving to underscore gaps in perception and reality and the need for the Caribbean countries to take a new tack in a dramatically new world. …

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Mark Lee

About Mark Lee

Editor, author and writer with career spanning print, radio, television and new media.

Terror in Mumbai

Flames over Mumbai. If the Nov. 26 attacks in Mumbai were carried out by Islamist militants as it appears, the Indian government will have little choice, politically speaking, but to blame them on Pakistan. That will in turn spark a crisis between the two nuclear rivals that will draw the United States into the fray. …

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Mark Lee

About Mark Lee

Editor, author and writer with career spanning print, radio, television and new media.

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