February 01, 2015 – trinidadexpress.com
“The standing of the Attorney General is not the only consideration Ms Persad-Bissessar is obliged to weigh. If, indeed, Mr Griffith had been aware of illegality even suspected of being engaged in or proposed by the Attorney General, he should not himself have waited until now to be exposed as someone in the know. His own fitness for office is now at least open to question.
“Finally, that it has taken nearly three months for Mr West, a lawyer, to report to the relevant authorities some illegality he might have suspected is itself troublingly questionable.
This late in the day, Mr West claims to have been “taking steps in that regard”, but only after related reports in the Sunday Express. The High Court will eventually decide on criminal liability, but in the court of public opinion, Mr West can hardly enjoy any stature of public-spirited heroism.”