Legal trickster Wayne Munroe, who is defending the guards who beat the Cubans at the Detention Centre, is pretending that he wants the victims to testify at the trial, but only because he knows the government will not allow that.
Satellite Bahamas’ principals have been accused of “attempting to hide or delay the disclosure of evidence” vital to a lawsuit against them, with the US’ largest programmer now alleging their spouses assisted the purported scheme to ‘pirate’ its signal.
“How can someone just get a nolle?” asked MP Loretta Butler-Turner, referring to the gun case that was suddenly and mysteriously dismissed by Acting Attorney General Jerome Fitzgerald last December.
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) officials have expressed concern with the administration of justice in The Bahamas, highlighting the low conviction rate and the fact that more than 300 accused murderers are out on bail.
Highlighting injustice in the Bahamian legal system and the incompetence of our judges, the Appeal Court reduced the sentence of a man convicted of having a huge quantity of drugs, yet young men with one joint receive the mandatory four years in jail.
Bahamians and their disgustingly corrupt lawyers and real estate agents continue to take advantage of the dysfunctional Bahamian courts to steal land and abuse the property rights of others.
Former Turks and Caicos Premier Michael Misick’s extradition was approved unanimously by Brazil’s Supreme Federal Court on Tuesday.
Tribune Editor says the government is making a big mistake by sanctioning a closed door hearing of the five marines in the Cuban detainees beating case.
Corruption, inefficiency, incompetence and legal games by unethical lawyers have caused a backlog in Bahamian courts that is hindering the administration of justice. This case is but one example of the dysfunction.