TODAY Newspaper Editor in Chief could have confirmed the screening reports by asking their Publisher.
PHILIPSBURG:--- Some of the candidates that ran on the UPP slate are enraged because they said they were treated like children when their party leader Theodore Heyliger interrogated them to see if any of them would have told him who leaked the screening results to SMN News. According to some of the candidates who still feel very much humiliated, this is not the first time they are being questioned and even threatened when SMN News publishes information regarding the UPP.
The sources said that Heyliger felt that SMN News got the information from inside his camp because he only told a few persons the screening results, and the information SMN News published had all the details as to why the four candidates failed. "I know you have a job to do but now none of us can even hail you as a person because we immediately become a suspect for leaking information." It would be advisable for the UPP leader to give the younger persons who ran on his slate a chance to serve their country, that is exactly why they all plastered their faces on billboards and campaigned like animals during the August 2014 campaign period. SMN News once mentioned that the UPP has very qualified persons that ran on their slate. Just in case Heyliger forgot SMN News will point out some of them again, Miguel de Weever, Rhoda Arrindell, Jason Peterson, Terry Peterson, Jules James, Iris Arrindell, Gracita Arrindell, and Veronica Webster.
If MP Heyliger who is also the formateur wanted to know how SMN News got the information he could have called us and we would have told him that someone dropped it in our mailbox. That is how simple it is.
As for the TODAY Newspaper's editor who wrote a "hogwash editorial" on Monday stating that while other news agencies have released the screening results they were not able to confirm it. This is quite amazing because SMN News made clear that one of the candidates that failed is the publisher of the TODAY Newspaper and the easiest way to confirm the information the editor in chief who always follows SMN News should have called his boss Richard Gibson and asked him if the mother of a 15 year old girl filed a sexual molestation complaint against him and if there is an ongoing investigation. The editor of the TODAY Newspaper could have gone further and asked Gibson what exactly happened at 3am on August 9th, 2014 at his Maho residence, and question number two would have been to ask Gibson if he passed the screening. The editor at that newspaper did not have to even leave his office like he did when he went to the Government Administration Building to find the Minister of VROMI to ask about the building permit issued to SBL Management N.V. on October 20th, 2014.