Darryl Bartlett Jr., the son of Albertha Bartlett, deputy director of legal affairs, might look to his mommy to skew the court system to get him off the hook, once again.
Murders increased by eight percent between January 1 and May 23, 2014, compared to the same period in 2013, according to The Nassau Guardian’s records.
U.S. companies that have pushed back against China’s trade policies have found their computer networks hacked by cyber-terrorists that the U.S. say are working for the Chinese military.
As BahamasB2B suspected and reported several months ago. The National Security Agency (NSA) is indeed recording EVERY single cell phone call in The Bahamas and storing them for one month, according to material confirmed by Edward Snowden.
The Bahamas is in a sad state of affairs in terms of social decay and we are plagued with financial failure as we edge closer to the precipice of permanent despair.
Legal shenanigans have caused the sentencing of a man, who was unanimously convicted of a double murder, to be delayed by another five weeks.
Four men accused of rape allegedly intimidated the complainant and others to the extent that witnesses would show up for court and the rapists walked free… to rape again.
Police are still looking for the person who drove into three men as they walked along a Grand Bahama street early Saturday morning… then fled the scene.
Police statistics indicate that over a 13-year period, 2,746 children under the age of 16-years have been molested. And those are just the reported figures, the actual figures are estimated to be three times higher.