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Saturday, 28 November 2009


Reports on Anguilla are that Law authorities probing a road traffic accident earlier this year involving an Anguillian Politician, the Hon. Edison Baird, have narrowed their findings to an attempted act of suicide. Immediate attempts to reach the Commissioner of Police, Keithley Benjamin to confirm such is still in progress.

The Hon. Edison Baird returned to Anguilla on Sunday, July 26, from St. Thomas where he had been receiving treatment and recovering from injuries sustained in a road accident in June. He was welcomed at Wallblake Airport by the Chief Minister and a number of well wishers.

This revelation seems to coincide with a London university recent research on political prostitution on Anguilla where it concluded that almost all of Anguilla’s political whore houses long standing residents have prostituted themselves to get into political office on Anguilla.

Whether Mr. Baird’s flings with the Government of Anguilla in London (2007) and thereafter, and his subsequent cohabitation with the Hon. Hubert Hughes are a direct consequence of what has been presumed his suicidal condition, is not yet confirmed.

What we can confirm is that most people, with intense emotional and/or physical pain, judgment are clouded by that pain and as a result consider suicide as a means of trying to end that pain. Please do not confuse ending your pain with ending your life; as the two are very different.

If you are suicidal, you probably are suffering from clinical depression and have a chemical imbalance in your brain - and cannot possibly think straight because of it. This is something beyond your control and does not demonstrate weakness - you just need some treatment. This imbalance can occur for several reasons, from genetics to a traumatic life experience, and it is extremely common for people to have this imbalance, so do not feel like you are alone - you are not.

The longer Haydn Hughes takes to tell the truth about his infidelity with Chairman Fritz Smith and the other AUF members, the more likely he too may soon be suicidal.

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