Nothing says “crime pays” more than an illegal numbers kingpin becoming a legitimate businessman.
Cynthia Pratt has expressed concern that years of having the PLP cultivate a criminal mentality and the party’s slackness towards crime is now taking its toll on Bahamian society.
Senior Supreme Court Justice Anita Allen has fired back at criticisms that the Bahamianisation of the judicial system has been a “colossal failure.”
The Wood family came home Friday to discover that their house had been demolished by Frank ‘snake’ Wilson’s Arawak Homes company.
Amidst controversy and bitterness newly-elected and reinstalled president Belinda Wilson promised to bring an end to the ongoing fighting within the Bahamas Union of Teachers.
The bloggers at Bahamas Press have stumbled onto something so big, even they have no idea what they’ve found.
In another case that highlights the cozy relationships in the legal community, Bahamian prosecutor Erica Kemp has dropped murder charges against three young men represented by attorneys Murio Ducille and Carlson Shurland.
First, Neil Ellis’ right-hand man, Randy Fraser, is accused of molesting a young woman. Now, Neil’s Atlanta prayer buddy has been accused of molesting young men.
In another blast of obnoxious hot air, PLP Chairman Bradley Roberts seems to support the straw vendors in their criminal conspiracy to sell counterfeit merchandise.