Barbados: Government Responds to Police/Media Clash

In response to government statements following a police/media clash outside Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados Free Press writes: “Journalists are not ‘ordinary citizens’ when they are covering public events. A free media is a defender of citizens’ rights and freedoms and the police should realise this if they cared about our democracy at all.”

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