Tuesday, 2 July 2013

SOUND BYTES OF THE WEEK: Potent quotables from Novlene Williams-Mills, Delroy Chuck, Reneto Adams and Cliff Hughes

"It's a very high-risk, aggressive cancer, and I had to approach it aggressively.... Moscow will be for all the breast cancer survivors out there. I want them to know it's still possible. I'm still one of the top 400M runners in the world, and I can't wait to see what I can do." -- Olympic medal-winning athlete Novlene Williams-Mills (pictured with husband, Jameel) on life after beating cancer

"...It seems this high level of killings has become the norm, and most Jamaicans, including our leaders, no longer feel the strong sense of disgust, intolerance and indignation at the daily dose of killings, unless it is some close relative or friend, or some important personnel." -- Opposition spokesman on justice and national security, Delroy Chuck, on Jamaica's staggering crime figures

"It is the strong perception of the Jamaican people that we have a corrupt force. We should abandon the force and form a new one. We should start a national recruitment of people we think should be in that force. There should be background checks of all individuals because not enough background checks have been done on our present policemen." -- Former top cop Reneto Adams on his recommendations for shaking up the constabulary

"It's great. It's like a father welcoming home a lost child. I love Kitty dearly. We were the first to recognize her unique talents for not only radio but television, and she has returned home. We welcome her with open arms." -- Nationwide's Cliff Hughes on welcoming Khadine 'Miss Kitty' Hylton back into the fold

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