Perry Christie’s comments in Parliament have put the lie to the PLP’s slogan, “Bahamians First” as the discrimination against casino gambling by Bahamians in their own country will continue.
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The dysfunctional Bahamas legal system was highlighted again when a man charged with selling drugs was released because he told judges that he was only selling the cocaine to pay his medical bills.
United States Department of State insiders personally expressed grief that the PLP had won the Bahamas election, although officially, the U.S. Embassy congratulated Prime Minister Perry Christie in a short but sweet press release.
To the outside world, the Bahamas are an idyllic holiday hotspot, but for the residents, life is becoming increasingly difficult as violent crime increases.
Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has exposed the seedy practices of a global intelligence company, which allegedly involves their laundering money through The Bahamas.
In a move designed to fool the Bahamian people, police paraded Marco Archer’s alleged killer to court, but it was all an exercise in public relations.
Justice Watkins denied bail for Gardiner and remanded him to Her Majesty’s Prison until he returns to court on March 20 for a constitutional motion. It is expected that through legal trickery Gardiner will be released at that time.
The people have spoken, and in a list of the top 25 beaches in the world compiled by Trip Advisor’s readers, not one of them is in The Bahamas.
The United States Embassy has expressed concern after Steve DeGruiter, an American citizen, died while on remand at Fox Hill Prison allegedly under orders from a prominent Bahamian businessman.