In what has become an absolute mockery of justice, Magistrate Carolita Bethell has again stalled Bishop Earl Randy Fraser’s sex case. This time it is because Fraser’s lead attorney, Wayne Munroe, is allegedly ill.
Lynden Oscar Pindling does have a place in history; in fact, I will be the first to admit that he stands alone and, in my opinion is unequalled in the art of victimization, intimidation, reverse racism and corruption.
It is suspected that the six allegedly corrupt police officers, who were out on bail, “convinced” the virtual complainant to drop the case
Tanya Cash, who was denied justice by an allegedly corrupt Bahamian legal system, writes that the Bahamas government and the entire judiciary are corrupt lawbreakers.
Alpin Russell, Jr, 63, of Sapphire Ridge and his son, Alpin Russell III, 36, of Hampshire Street, were charged with stealing over $100,000 from a client.
The Bahamas government has failed miserably to uphold its constitutional duty to protect life, liberty, security of the person and the protection of the law for its citizenry.
Police shot and killed Walden Mitchell, a former member of the Royal Bahamas Police Force who was wanted for attempting to kill a serving member of the police force.
Nassau Guardian Editorial acknowledges that there is anger in inner-city communities towards police. That anger contributed to the riot in Bain Town on Saturday.
James Smith, former minister of state for finance during the Christie administration, says that tax evasion and avoidance has become “a national pastime”.