Quinn-Williams unfazed by prime minister’s lawsuit and takes to picket line again with same message

Pearl Quinn-Williams, the United Progressive Party (UPP) caretaker
for St. John’s Rural North, is undisturbed by the legal action being
taken against her by Prime Minister Gaston Browne.
In fact, after learning about it, Quinn-Williams promised to go to the
prime minister’s lawyer, personally, to collect her letter.
Last weekend, Browne threatened to sue the UPP caretaker,
claiming she had defamed him on a placard she carried during the
January 5 picket of the Dunbars Agricultural Station.
Reports say he has since added MP Kelvin “Shugy” Simon to the
REAL News will not repeat the alleged defamatory words; but
Quinn-Williams and others were back on the picket line on
Wednesday, January 10, with placards bearing the same message.
She joined dozens of disgruntled Faithful Nationals in a protest
outside the Ministry of Agriculture on Independence Drive.

Speaking from the picket line, an upbeat Quinn-Williams says she is
not bothered by the prime minister’s attempts to intimidate her.
And she promised that, after the morning’s activity, she would go to
collect the letter.

Pearl Quinn-Williams, UPP caretaker for St. John’s Rural North.