Carmona attacks media
Posted: Sunday, September 25, 2016
Carmona attacks media
...on wine, jewelry allegations
I'LL FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT
With guns blazing, President Anthony Carmona yesterday took great umbrage with members of the media bent on maligning and disrespecting others in the public domain
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