Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Ashworth Says PNM Is Spying On Me


Ashworth Jack
Tobago Organisation of the People (TOP) leader Ashworth Jack has become a little bit paranoid claiming that he is being spied on by the People's National Movement (PNM) leading up to the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) election on January 21.

In a meeting on Monday night at Sou Sou Lands, Tobago, Jack said he is aware of sophisticated equipment brought into the island to carry out the deed. "I am reliably informed that they brought in two pieces of equipment in the last week and a half, bought by THA money. One piece of equipment to tap people phones, and one people operate, and the second one is a high-powered camera, to see, to take pictures at a distance of 1,600 metres." Adding that Patrick Manning former Prime Minister had done "worse than that and he still lost the election then". 

"Tell them I accustom to my conversation being taped. Manning taped it for years, so if Orville (London) join Manning we expect that a son follows in the footsteps of his father."

This has now been viewed as a desperate act by the TOP in a bid to score points ahead the THA Election carded for January 21 2013. The TOP must now quit from trumping up random allegations that has nothing to do with the real issues facing every Tobagonians. 

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