Browne’s Case Against Serpent Adjourned Again

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Former Education Minister Michael Browne

A case involving Education Minister Michael Browne and Media personality Algernon ‘Serpent’ Watts has been adjourned for the third time.

It was adjourned, yesterday, until September 21.

The matter was due to be heard in the St John’s Magistrates’ Court yesterday but has since been adjourned.

Watts was charged with disorderly conduct, using indecent language, using threatening language and assault over a July 1 2019 incident at the Radio Station.

It is reported that Watts was incensed when after appearing on a radio show Browne said “I forgive you” and an argument started.

Observer employees who witnessed the incident are expected to give evidence in the case.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. This is ridiculous to say the least.What a waste of time.A simple arse matter adjourned 3 times now.WHY?Is this the Minister who came into Parliament.Told the Speaker,someone on the outside called him Anti-Man and he answered,YES.I were so shocked.Not that there is anything wrong with that.LOL

  2. “BLACK” – MAN
    You seem so shallow and trivial. You must be a bitter and lonely “man”.
    Seriously though, I do think that the constant adjournment of this silly case leaves much to be desired – a waste of time and money. Mr Minister, I know that as a mommy’s boy you tend to be high strung and supersensitive. Give us all a break. Stop giving unnecessary mileage to bull-cows and serpents. They are really nobodies in the larger scheme of things.

  3. How can Serpent can run for POLITICAL Office when He is always in Court ? Serpent has NO MORAL AUTHORITY.

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