We were brave enough to call Enrico Woolford's reporting into question. Several emails chided us for it - many suggesting that a man of Woolford's stature should not be mde to answer to a blog. It was Woolford who boldly reported that the spy equipment which Guyana authorities say they have in their possession was wheeled into court in New York.
From the opening paragraph of his report he said, "The Guyana Government says that the Guyanese police have the ‘intercept’ receiver and laptop that Roger Khan was using. Yesterday the US Government produced it in Court."
Reporters live fo that big story and in Guyana, it just does not get any bigger than the current Roger Khan saga, but Woolford must be mindful not to interject his political views. He seems so excited that he had an orgasmic experience the size of a vulcanic eruption in the NY courthouse...ahhhhh, oooooo, ahhhhh....Yessssss.... I got the Government finally!
We openly challenge this letter writer to prove when and in which court it was said that the spy equipment in the hands of the US was the same one seized by Guyana authorities. This is an almost clear cut case that Woolford injected his own scrambled views into the report without first verifying the facts.
We take note with interest the fact that Kaieteur News has dumped Woolford and turned to Julia Johnson to report on the court proceedings. If this is their way around Woolford's scheme, then it is too late. The trial is drawing to an end and the damage has already been done. In addition to her school girl writing for TV, Johnson seems not to know what is news. Anyway, the trial will soon be finish!