In an annual end of year message filled with nonsense, Bank of The Bahamas Managing Director Paul McWeeney tried to justify his abject incompetence, after causing the bank to lose nearly $2 million dollars in 2013.
Author Archives: Frederick Reed
It apparently doesn’t matter how guilty one is, or how heinous the crime, criminals know that the Appeal Court of The Bahamas is a great place to maybe get off the hook.
Max Tido was convicted of brutally murdering a 16-year-old girl. He has never shown any remorse for his crime. He has appealed his case to the Privy Council, who upheld his conviction. Yet Bahamian judges are granting him another appeal. Why?
Instead of admitting that Detention Center guards abused Cuban detainees, Bahamas Tourism Minister Obie Wilchombe is foolishly trying to paint the Miami-based Cuban exile group Democracy Movement as enemies of all Bahamians.
Bran McCartney’s DNA appears to have hit a new low with the election of the incompetent Andrew Wilson as Interim Chairman of the irrelevant political party.
Big shot Bahamian lawyer Wayne Munroe says Detention Center guards should have shot the Cuban detainees – instead of just torturing and abusing them.
In typical fashion, the Bahamas government lied and failed to live up to promises made to Cuban-Americans by repatriating 24 Cubans to Havana, including eight offered asylum in Panama after accusing a guard of beating them at a Nassau detention center.
Bad gas continues to be a problem in Grand Bahama and the company responsible couldn’t care less. No wonder. After all, FOCOL’s largest shareholder is Frank ‘snake’ Wilson. And you wonder why they call him “snake”.
A manager at the U.S. State Department in Washington DC said, off the record, that the United States should issue a Travel Advisory against The Bahamas and “shut that crime-filled sewer down.”