Journalists Quit Trinidad Newspaper in Press Freedom Crisis
Posted: 7/12/2013 | By: Roy Greenslade | The Guardian
A major crisis has broken out at the Trinidad Guardian, the leading newspaper in Trinidad and Tobago. Three of the paper's senior journalists have resigned in protest at alleged editorial interference by its owners.
Their walk-out followed their belief that the Guardian's editor-in-chief, Judy Raymond, had been effectively stripped of her newsroom powers. She has remained with the paper, however.