Judges on this holiday island do not mess around, unlike in The Bahamas where big cocaine dealers barely get a slap on the wrist because they are usually in bed with corrupt politicians.
Scum of the Caribbean, former T&C Premier Michael Misick, suddenly wants to come home after spending a few uncomfortable months in a hellhole Brazilian prison.
In what appears to be another outrageous case of selective justice, Acting Attorney General Jerome Fitzgerald suddenly and without justification signed a written directive to have gun and ammunition charges against a couple discontinued.
Instead of going to jail, like any other criminal would, the dysfunctional and corrupt courts of The Bahamas have given a crooked lawyer extra time to repay the money they stole.
In compliance with a directive from the acting attorney general, a magistrate on Friday discharged the case against a couple who allegedly had a loaded gun in their home.
Praise and worship at a church service allegedly turned into an unholy shoving match between church leaders while two women assaulted each other with a shoe and a tambourine.
Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has described as irrelevant claims by US regulators that it “falsely represented” that its Bahamian branch was responsible for devising a multi-million dollar ‘wash trading’ scheme, saying that this was “built upon” a strategy previously devised in this nation.
Another victim’s family has been denied justice and another murder goes unsolved in The Bahamas, where a corrupt and dysfunctional legal system allows criminals to get away with anything… even murder.
Gang leader, PLP financial supporter and campaign general Stephen ‘Die’ Stubbs has had another of his many criminal cases postponed, once again highlighting the dysfunctionality of the Bahamian legal system.