How is closure defined in this instance?

first_imgDear Editor,I cannot (and will not) pronounce on the guilt or innocence of the members of the Joint Services in the Lindo Creek massacre. That is the job of the chairman of the Commission of Inquiry, though I must profess my ignorance of the terms of reference of this inquiry. However, based on the many public utterances (not on the evidences presented nor on the testimonies given) of the honourable chairman of this commission, I must say that I would be very, very surprised if, in his final summation or compilation of his findings, the members of the Joint Services who went to Lindo Creek are not found to be culpable in the murder of those miners, or are found to be guilty of those miners’ murders in the first degree.If and when that happens, what next? Will these men be charged and placed before the courts? If not, how then is closure defined in this instance?Respectfully yours,Reginald Sookramlast_img