Frank ‘snake’ Wilson’s gangster-like business methods could result in civil and criminal charges being brought against his company for demolishing a family’s home and the property within it.
The recent sentencing of a Nassau woman to eight months in jail after she was convicted of threatening another female on her Facebook page, at first sounded strange and something that was unlikely to happen in The Bahamas.
Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham has expressed concern at the level of smuggling in the country and is considering closing Potter’s Cay Dock overnight to reduce the problem, though more aggressive tactics may be necessary to address the rampant corruption.
Protesting against the demolition of buildings in the Pinewood area by Arawak Homes, about 20 area residents staged a demonstration outside the company’s Shirley Street headquarters.
Blatant fraud, crooked lawyers and dishonest business deals are behind the controversy involving the bulldozing of homes by Franklyn Wilson’s Arawak Homes development company.
PLP chairman Bradley Roberts has been slammed for intimidating the PLP party to remain silent on Arawak Homes’ recent demolishings of family homes.
As aviation officials investigate the cause of the crash that ended the lives of eight men, it was revealed yesterday that the charter company operating the doomed flight was not properly registered with the Civil Aviation Department.
The socio-economic meltdown of The Bahamas has started and will soon take on epidemic proportions if we, as a nation, fail or refuse to acknowledge the same.
You hemmed and hawed and refused to make a clear statement of your party’s position on the matter so that whatever the government decided, you would be free to pounce on it.