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Leonard " Tim " Hector 24 Tim churchill — 12 November was a leftist Antiguan political leader and cricket administrator known for his opposition to the rule of the Bird family. He broke off graduate studies in Philosophy at McGill to return home, where he felt his contribution was needed. Hector was a founder of the Antigua Caribbean Liberation Movement in The party supported socialism, the Cuban Revolutionand a pan-Caribbean vision.

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He also published the newspaper The Outlet and the online column "Fan the Flame". His name has become particularly associated with a leading human rights case, referred to as Hector v. This was a major constitutional case, specifically dealing with freedom of speech and of the press.

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The words of Lord Bridge of Harwich in his judgment at p. The case has been frequently cited in cases subsequently. The relevance of those developments was clear but not actually argued upon in the hearing. Given a different uncertainty about the role of the Privy Council at that time, indeed whether it had a role in such appeal cases, this case may be interpreted as significant in tim churchill history of that Court as an institution too.

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Hector died at the age of 59 on 12 Novemberhaving been suffering from heart disease. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tim Hector.

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