A political activist is claiming that some Operation Rapid Strike officers have used “excessive force” and violated the constitutional rights of Bahamians.
New Jersey investigators tracked down a trust possibly worth $6 million belonging to Robert E. Brennan in the Bahamas.
The government plans to release statistics that will show which judges are most responsible for delaying cases and thwarting justified convinctions.
The internal probe into circumstances surrounding an officer-involved shooting that left at least two civilians injured and an officer “reassigned” has yet to be concluded.
The agency’s investigations are part of a recent crackdown on companies in the construction industry that has included embarrassing allegations that corrupt CRA insiders conducted sham audits and helped companies evade taxes.
An internal investigation at the Ministry of Education is apparently being swept under the rug as ten corrupt employees are transfered, rather than being fired, for corruption and theft throughout the Ministry.
The Ministry of Education advises the public that it is aware of a number of articles and stories in the local media discussing an alleged corruption ring and implying that civil servants are being transferred as a result of this matter.
The Bahamas Bar Association, looked upon by many Bahamians as little more than a criminal organisation, is thwarting attempts to allow a newly appointed, foreign-born Attorney General to clean up the legal system.
In another example of “solving” crimes with public relations, a man who shot a tourist in The Bahamas, will probably be back on the streets very soon.