A part of the Kaieteur News' Editorial today, titled "The McCoy issue is alive" reads:
"Most public officials cannot escape notice. They are often so prominent that recordings of their voice are as distinct as their visages.
There is no one in Guyana who would have a problem identifying President Bharrat Jagdeo or Minister Dr Leslie Ramsammy, or Prime Minister Sam Hinds by voice. Many people also have distinctive voices, some to their detriment."
So why wasn't the same logic employed in the case of the tape recording that surfaced a few years back with the then commissioner and a leading PNC official in which plans were made to plant drugs on a cleaner at Congress Place who was accused of stealing money?