Despite Bishop Randy Fraser being convicted and jailed for sexual relations with an underage girl, his pitiable, lost cult members, I mean church members have voted to keep him as their leader.
Now that an autopsy has shown that one of the men who recently died in police custody, was strangled or smothered, the family of the deceased will need a lawyer at the Coroner’s Inquest.
Attempting to evade extradition to Canada on criminal charges, Dr. Arthur Porter, who operates a cancer center in The Bahamas, has now claimed that he has late-stage cancer.
The ownership of a private island in the Bahamas which has been at the center of a five-year legal battle is now at the mercy of the Bahamian court system.
Melvin Maycock and his son were sentenced to prison time but, in what might be called a mockery of justice, both sentences were eliminated or reduced due to mitigating circumstances and remand time served.
Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett has predicted that the issue of same-sex marriages will soon have to be addressed by the Bahamian courts.
No assets in the Bahamas can be seized for the US $55 million forfeiture order against Derek Guise Turner, as they have been declared the property of Loretta Butler-Turner’s family.
Stephen Wrinkle, 61, previous head of the Bahamian Contractors Association, was sentenced to one year in prison for siphoning electricity from BEC.
After a 4-year trial contractor and PLP campaign general Carlos Lamm was convicted in Magistrate’s Court for possession of dangerous drugs with intent to supply.