No one can fault the police for routine traffic stops. One such stop will uncover some weapons in a car that appeared to be driving without purpose.
In fact, the vehicle was to have been used in a robbery.
The political scene would get testy because of a conflict following the recent ruling by the Caribbean Court of Justice. Armchair lawyers would be out in their numbers, all of them ignoring the role of the Guyana Elections Commission.
The issue will become contentious with the usually silent middle class suddenly becoming vocal.
Two boys swimming will suddenly find themselves in trouble after one of them comes into contact with a sunken object.
The rush to the hospital would be in vain.
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