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UPDATE:COP member Nalini Dial criticized for a statement on her facebook page regarding the death of Marlene Coudray’s daughter…

UPDATE:Condemnation today over a statement made by Congress of the People member, Nalini Dial, regarding the assumed death of Marlene Coudray’s daughter…

Dial, on the night news broke that Michelle Coudray
 was feared dead, posted on her Facebook wall that
this was retribution for Coudray's handling of stray
dogs in San Fernnado, when she was CEO of the San Fernando Corporation...
Dial said she believed in retribution, and that nigh she got proof....
In her statement Dial acknowledged that the post would sound harsh, but,
in her words, "guess who the cold heartless uncaring "b" was who used to
electrocute the poor innocent stray dogs? Guess whose daughter they just
found dead, burned in Jamaica?"
Well yesterday, Government Minister Jack Warner criticised Dial for
"gloating" over the disappearance of Mayor Coudray's daughter.
He chided the animal activist, saying it was unfortunate, disgusting,
and hoped nobody else behaves that way.
A number of bloggers expressed disgust over Dial's comments, forcing the
COP to re-post an earlier statement expressing condolences and making it
clear that Dial's sentiments were not a reflection of the party.
Also asked to comment on the statement last night, the Prime Minister
said it was totally insensitive...
Efforts by our news room to contact Nalini Dial for comment proved
futile...

Congress of the People member, Nalini Dial, has come in for severe criticism for a statement on her facebook page yesterday, regarding the death of Marlene Coudray’s daughter.

Dial, on the night news broke that Coudray was feared dead, posted on her Facebook wall that this was retribution for her handling of stray dogs in San Fernnado….

She said she believed in retribution, and that nigh she got proof….

Dial, in the post said she knew it would sound harsh, but guess who the cold heartless uncaring “b” was, referring to (Mayor Coudray), who used to electrocute the poor innocent stray dogs, when she was the CEO of the San Fernando Corporation? Guess whose daughter they just found dead, burned in Jamaica?

Yesterday Government Minister Jack Warner criticised Dial for “gloating” over the disappearance of Coudray’s daughter.

Warner chided Dial, saying it was unfortunate, disgusting, and hoped nobody else behaves that way.

The minister said he empathized with Mayor Coudray…

A number of bloggers expressed disgust over Dial’s comments, forcing the COP to re-post an earlier statement expressing condolences and making it clear that Dial’s sentiments were not a reflection of the party.

Meantime, the Prime Minister also added her voice last night, to the list of those condemning Ms. Dial’s statement…

 

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