Senior Justice Jon Isaacs issued an arrest warrant yesterday for Livingston Taylor, 44, charged with murdering Sylvia Agnes Cates in Eleuthera in 2007.
Only in the bizzarro Bahamas legal world could a group of unidentified shysters threaten to sue for being called unidentified shysters.
A Canadian television station may be facing a lawsuit for airing a programme linking Arnold Forbes to an alleged $170 million investment “fraud”.
A confidential report for the Government by German consultants show that over 2000,000 hours of staff overtime was booked by BEC employees during its 2009 financial year.
The Nassau Guardian reveals that a woman acting as a human resources consultant for URCA is also an executive at Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC).
A police constable, on trial for raping a teemage girl, refused to testify under oath but had the gall to deny the accusations in an unsworn statement to the court.
Police are continuing to investigate allegations that millions of dollars went missing as a result of a scam related to housing repairs in Grand Bahama.
Fraser and his law firm have played every trick in the book, causing numeorus delays and postponements of a trial that should have been open and shut.
Public speculation and media rumours have prompted the Fire Marshall to reassure fire victims, the public, and the Government that investigations into the cause of the Kelly’s Dock fire are inconclusive. He stated it would take months before a complete report will be available to the public.