The downsizing of ZNS was only the begining of a process that will, hopefully, root the corrupt and incompetent from the bloated government payroll.
Bahamian police have arrested two Bahamian men and four Jamaican women at the Mayfair Hotel on Bay Street, presumably for activities related to prostitution.
Rumours being spread by the Bahamas “legal mafia” that the Director of Public Prosecutions, Vinette Graham-Allen, has not resubmitted her application to the Bahamas Bar are “deliberate lies.”
Disgraced ambulance driver Marcus Garvey, who was terminated after he allegedly tried to exploit the death of John Travolta’s son, wants his job back. Good luck with that pal.
Convicted criminal Stephen ‘Die” Stubbs has enough Bahamian cops, court employees and politicians in his pocket that he gets to do anything he wants, anytime he wants to.
After being shut down two years ago, a prostitution ring operating only steps away from the Fort Charlotte Police Station appears to be thriving again.
The time has come to take the gloves off and let Government get real serious about crime in the country…
If these theories are true, it would make criminal conspirators of nearly every major law firm and real estate broker in the country. Banks that mortgaged the properties would also be implicated.
The investigation into the stolen car ring could result in charges against certain police officers, customs and road traffic officials and a local businessman.