Caribbean Report 03-03-1993

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The Privy Council squashed the review of two death row inmates, who have been reclassified as capital murderers under the Review of the Status of Death Row Inmates – correspondent Mike Jarvis reports from an interview with attorney Jennifer McDermott. A Jamaican woman and follower of US cult leader Vernon Wayne Howell), the Branch Davidians, a Waco, Texas-based cult, she left Britain with her teenage daughter to join the cult. Her husband was flown to Texas by a daily British newspaper with exclusive rights to his story - he will be reunited with his daughter who has been released. A Memorial service was held for one of the first regional academics, Jamaican born academic Dr. Carl Ebenezer McDougall Stone of the UWI. He became well known for his many penetrating, analytical and challenging lecturers. He was a distinguished thinker, author, and academic, he left his legacy for his brilliant political polling career – with his accurate predictions of every outcome of elections since 1976 – correspondent Gary Allen reports. Caribbean Economist and distinguished regional academic, George Arthur Brown has died at 51 years old. He worked behind the scenes on the development of a Caribbean Stock Exchange - correspondent Mike Jarvis reports from a past interview with the late George Arthur Brown. Former Guyana Prime Minister Hamilton Greene has allegedly breeched standard airport procedures by not clearing customs and immigration, on departing Guyana via private aircraft. Hamilton Greens has apologized and claims that here may have been a misunderstanding. The Civil Aviation Department is conducting an investigation and the matter has gone before cabinet for a decision - correspondent Sheriff Khan reports. The Haitian delegation at the UN Human Rights Council has repeated a call for an end of Human Rights abuse in Haiti and the restoration of democracy – correspondent Mike Jarvis reports from an interview with correspondent Sophie Fisher who comments on the views of Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights, Mr. Marco Tulio Bruni Celli. President Bill Clinton retracts his criticism of the Bush administration of dealing with returning Haitian refugees. The Caribbean Human Rights Network expressed shock at President Clinton’s statement – correspondent Mike Jarvis reports on Clinton’s statement.
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Headlines with anchor Mike Jarvis - (00:00-00:30)
1. The Privy Council squashed the review of two death row inmates, who have been reclassified as capital murderers under the Review of the Status of Death Row Inmates (00:31- 03:57).
2. A Jamaican woman and follower of US cult leader Vernon Wayne Howell - the Branch Davidians, a Waco, Texas-based cult, left Britain with her teenage daughter to join the cult 03:58 -04:44).
3. A Memorial service was held for one of the first regional academics, Jamaican born academic Dr. Carl Ebenezer McDougall Stone of the UWI (04:45 -07:14).
4. Caribbean Economist and distinguished regional academic, George Arthur Brown at 51 years old had died (07:15 -09:05).
5. Former Guyana Prime Minister Hamilton Greene has allegedly breeched standard airport procedures by not clearing customs and immigration, on departing Guyana via private aircraft (09:06 -11:18).
6. The Haitian delegation at the UN Human Rights Council has repeated a call for an end of Human Rights abuse in Haiti and the restoration of democracy (11:19 -13:44).
7. President Bill Clinton retracts his criticism of the Bush administration of dealing with returning Haitian refugees (13:45 – 14:51).
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