Operating losses at Bahamas Petroleum Co jumped to $10.2m in the year to the end of December – up from $5.4m last time. How convenient for tax-dodging foreign investors.
Author Archives: Frederick Reed
Justice Indra Hariprashad-Charles is the first Bahamian judge ever to put a stop to the nonsense from crafty Bahamian defence lawyers.
Local news article reveals the ignorance of the Bahamas Minister of Tourism as he blames the decline in tourism on a shortage of cheaper rooms, instead of the increasingly unappealing nature of The Bahamas.
In what appears to be little more than a public relations ploy, the government has invited a former NYC police chief to come to The Bahamas to consult on ways to combat crime.
Young men caught with marijuana get their names and pictures splashed across the front pages of the local papers as criminals, but both the police and the media protect the identities of these white collar criminals.
Living up to the international reputation for corruption in The Caribbean, the Suriname parliament passed legislation just to protect President Desi Bouterse, who allegedly committed mass murder to get elected.
Lawyers in The Bahamas may have assisted the former President of Panama in setting up and administering a Bahamian bank account that was allegedly used to launder more than $176 million between 2009 and 2010.
Study from LegitScript points to a domain registrar in the corruption-riddled Bahamas as one of the main culprits behind rogue pharmaceutical domain names.
For the third year in a row, BEC Chairman Michael Moss promises no blackouts during the summer, but his credibility is strained after two disasterous summers of island-wide blackouts and load-shedding.