- Cyril Rogers
- February 06, 2011 - 20:30
Mr. Wakeham, I enjoy your colums very much but don't agree with your take on Mr. Stack's pharmacist clients. They were labelled by memebers of tehir own profession and the police made questionalbe remarks,in my opinion. My biggest concern was the comments that came from the head of the school of Pharmacy and the clear insinuations of guilt. These men may very well be guilty but it is incumbent on such organizations to display impartiality until such allegations are proven in a court of law.
- james barrett
- February 05, 2011 - 17:12
good job ,stack would fit right in over in egypt, its called freedom of the press to report all sides pro and con...
- February 05, 2011 - 07:55
Isn't that a fundamental premise of the legal system - "Innocent until proven guilty". The burden should be on the government , its agents, or benefactors of a guilty conviction and not the individual. Otherwise its a slow road to tyranny.