Senior FNM councilman Ivoine Ingraham is allegedly threatening to disclose the party’s dirty secrets now that his secret deal to keep quiet has expired.
In another shocking example of incompetence, two men charged with the murder of well-known Grand Bahamian businessman Konstantino Vardoulis were discharged in the Supreme Court on Monday.
Recently signed tax information exchange agreements may lead The Bahamas to be asked to recover taxes on stashed undeclared income in an intensified effort to tackle the menace of black money.
The politicians and judges are flapping their mouths, the Attorney General is promising change, the police are carrying out rapid strikes… yet the legal system is just as dysfunctional as it ever was.
Most of the Bahamian public and even many union members are sick and tired of threats from big-mouthed union ‘jackasses’ like Bernard Evans.
At least one of Cable Bahamas’ Coralwave mail servers are blacklisted throughout the internet due to the fact that the company continues to allow spam to be sent through their network.
At least twenty Bahamian business owners have been warned by the the Office of the Attorney General to settle outstanding debts with the Department of Customs.
In an affront to Martin luther King Jr., self-proclaimed Bahamian ‘bishop’ Neil Ellis was inducted into the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame at The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site.
Maybe because he is foreign, maybe because it received international attention, but Andre Birbal was sentenced to 35 years in prison while Randy Fraser is still in the pulpit.