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    Caribbean: Why Not Amnesty For Coard?
    By George Alleyne,

    In the wake of Monday's decision by the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal that Bernard Coard and 12 others, who were convicted of killing Maurice Bishop and four Cabinet Ministers in the 1983 coup, should remain in prison, I renew my appeal, first made in October of 2003, for the luckless 13 to be granted an amnesty. The time is long overdue for the Governor General, exercising the powers granted to him under Grenada's Constitution, to grant a general pardon to Coard and the other 1983 coup prisoners. This is not to challenge or in any way question the decision of the Appeal Court Judges but rather to seek to nudge the authorities toward an amnesty for the coup leaders who have been in prison for more than 21 years.

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