Following in the footsteps of Travolta extortionist Tario Lightbourn, two more Bahamian paramedics are under investigation for attempting to extort tourists in need of medical attention.
With a reputation for piracy dating back 500 years, both the government and a majority of the Bahamian public are complicit in the violation of copyrights.
In what has become a legal circus and a mockery of justice, the date for the re-trial of sex beast pastor Randy Fraser keeps getting delayed because lawyers can not agree on a trial date.
The Judicial and Legal Service Commission (JLSC) is seeking to have the judicial review, which would determine if Cheryl Grant-Bethell was overlooked for the post of the director of public prosecutions (DPP), thrown out of the Supreme Court.
Another case of justice being denied to a foreigner is being set up by corrupt members of the Bahamas legal community, who are preparing to skewer the trial of two men accused of shooting an American police officer back in 2008.
Minister Deveaux’s acceptance of possible quid pro quo hospitalities, displayed not only bad public relations, but also very poor judgment and an absence of common sense and good leadership.
Nine Bahamian straw vendors were arrested in a New York airport over the weekend on charges related to an ongoing criminal investigation regarding counterfeit items.
What the PLP failed to do years ago could have helped to prevent many of today’s crimes and deter career criminals.
Of the Exuma Land and Sea Park, blogger Jerome Pinder asks, “Is this Park really one of the oldest marine parks in the World… ? If so, an idiot could say no to its development without even needing an environmental impact assessment.”