Sometimes decency is not in the standing order. Finson slams Lambert Brown

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The President of the Senate, Tom Tavares Finson, reprimanded Opposition Senator Lambert Brown in the Upper house last week. 

Brown in his contribution, raised the murder of attorney-at-law, Sashakay Fairclough, to support his argument that the States of Public Emergency in other sections of the island are not working.

Miss Fairclough was shot and killed in Ocho Rios, St. Ann on Friday, September 13. The special security measure is not in place in St. Ann.

President of the Senate Tom Tavares Finson

Brown then raised the murder of a businessman in St. James, where there is a State of Emergency. The Senate President interjected asking him to stop, but Brown continued asking for the president to show him the Standing Order that prohibits him. To which Finson retorts: sometimes decency is not in the Standing Order.

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