PM rubbishes Neil Cave’s lawsuit threat, says ex- LIAT pilot is seeking attention


Prime Minister Gaston Browne has hit back at former Barbadian LIAT pilot Neil Cave over the ex-airline employee’s threat to sue him for defamation.

Cave accused Browne of a personal attack on him and his “good name.

The Barbadian pilot also disclosed that he would be filing the lawsuit in the court in Antigua shortly,requesting an undisclosed sum of damages.

In a strongly worded but terse statement issued Tuesday, Browne said Cave is seeking attention.

“A statement of fact made in the Parliament of
Antigua & Barbuda, where I swore an oath to speak without fear or favor, could never be defeated in a court of law,” Browne said.
“As usual, Neil is looking noticement and relevance.”

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  1. Without fear or favour?
    I see favour in the spoken law that was placed to protect LIAT which again is being kr has been amended to give the administrator more “time”.
    Speaking on your own programme is not protected by Parliament.
    The capacity in which the PM spoke was as a private citizen.

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