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.
It looks like a perfect storm of economic and fiscal challenges is descending on our heads – due mostly to the long-term avoidance of hard choices by one administration after the other in the interest of political expediency.
The Christie Administration came to office exactly two years ago today with an ambitious and extensive legislative agenda to accomplish during its five year term and so far, little has been accomplished.
Incompetent police and lame prosecutors allowed two armed robbers who were responsible for a bank heist in Exuma four years ago to walk free, proving once again that crime pays in The Bahamas..
While thousands of ordinary PLPs continue to languish, the wives, children, concubines, bastards, special interest groups and cronies have eaten the fat of the land.
The government’s draft value-added tax (VAT) legislation needs “substantial” changes, New Zealand VAT expert Don Brash said yesterday.
In another glaring case of court shenanigans, the abetment to murder trial of Stephen “Die” Stubbs and another man was postponed until April 2016.