Former Minister Donville Inniss Indicted for Money Laundering

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Monday, August 6, 2018

Former Member of Barbados Parliament and Minister of Industry Indicted for Money Laundering

Donville Inniss Allegedly Laundered Bribes through a Long Island Company

A three-count indictment was unsealed today in federal court in Brooklyn charging Donville Inniss, a former member of the Parliament of Barbados and the Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development of Barbados, with conspiracy to launder money and money laundering.  The charges stem from Inniss’s acceptance of bribes from a Barbadian insurance company in 2015 and 2016 when he was a public official.  Inniss was arrested Friday and was arraigned today before United States Magistrate Judge Julie Sneed in the Middle District of Florida at the federal courthouse in Tampa.  Inniss was released on a $50,000 bond.

Richard P. Donoghue, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Brian A. Benczkowski, Assistant Attorney General of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, and William F. Sweeney, Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office (FBI), announced the indictment.

According to the indictment, between August 2015 and April 2016, Inniss engaged in a scheme to accept approximately $36,000 in bribes from high-level executives of an insurance company headquartered in Barbados (“the Barbados Company”) and launder that money through the United States.  In exchange for the bribes, Inniss leveraged his position as the Minister of Industry to enable the Barbados Company to obtain two government contracts.  Inniss concealed the bribes by arranging to receive them through a dental company and a bank located in Elmont, New York.  Barbados Company executives transferred the funds to the dental company using an invoice falsely claiming that the payments were for consulting services.  During the time of the charged conspiracy, Inniss was a legal permanent resident of the United States residing in Tampa, Florida and Barbados.

“As charged in the indictment, Inniss abused his position of trust as a government official by taking bribes from a Barbadian company, then laundered the illicit funds through a bank and a dental company located in the Eastern District of New York,” stated United States Attorney Donoghue.  “The Department of Justice will continue to hold accountable corrupt government officials here or abroad who use the U.S. financial system to facilitate their criminal conduct.”

“Donville Inniss allegedly used the U.S. financial system to launder bribes he received while serving as a government official in Barbados,” said Assistant Attorney General Benczkowski.  “These charges demonstrate the commitment of the Department and our law enforcement partners to hold accountable anyone who seeks to use our financial system to promote or launder the corrupt proceeds of their crimes.”

The charges in the indictment are merely allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

Assistant United States Attorney Sylvia Shweder of the Eastern District of New York’s Business and Securities Fraud Section, and Trial Attorney Gerald M. Moody, Jr., of the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section, are in charge of the prosecution.

The Defendant:

DONVILLE INNISS
Age:  52
Barbados

E.D.N.Y. Docket No. 18-CR-134 (KAM)

720 comments

  • “The Rise and Fall of Paul Manafort: Greed, Deception and Ego”

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    @ Simple Simon

    Do not think that the New York Times has anything on us my dear

    Anything that they can do we will try to do better

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  • Talking Loud Saying Nothing
  • Piece Uh De Rock yeah Right

    @ Talking Loud and Saying Nothing

    I like that article, it is full of such inspiration for a person in the castle of my skin

    I also noted two paragraphs that chilled my soul since they make me wonder if this state that we find ourselves in, this constant doldrum is a black affliction

    They read

    “…Bad systems and rules are the reason most African cities do not attract much-needed international investment at appropriate levels. Bad rules have tied down the development of Lagos and 1 000 other African cities since their independence from colonialism. These include corruption, mismanagement, political interference, unresponsiveness, overbearing religiosity, nepotism, human rights abuses and incompetent presence of the state.

    At present, the judiciary, health and administrative systems of most Nigerian cities have severe problems….”

    Does that sound familiar to you?

    hewers of Wood and Drawers of Water…

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  • Has anybody heard from Donville? Is he allowed the company of his wife and children? Has the Barbados Consul General in New York visited him? Are his human rights being respected? Does he have access to an excellent lawyer?

    I am asking because he is still after all a human being.

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  • Simple Simon

    As a permanent resident of the USA, is he entitled to consular visits?

    Sent from my iPad

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  • @Senator

    What Donville do you?

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  • Hello David @ BU, far be it for me to get/come between two pals lol, you and the Senator, still, what kind of silly ass question is that? ”What Donville do you?” Any Barbadian living under the past administration reign of financial “terror” and mismanagement wouldn’t ask such a question of anyone about those DLP scamps who sold us once again many years after emancipation. It was just revealed that Frundel refused to go after the gambling houses for $138 million, can you imagined what could’ve been accomplished with some of that money? Look here, even the road at White Hill, St. Andrew could’ve been rebuilt allowing me to go home again. So Mr. David @ BU, can you say rot in hell all of them!!!

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  • @whiteHill

    Rolling the wicket for the possibility Donville is acquitted. Some of you seem to have forgotten he is presumed innocent at this stage.

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    Let de ole man say this as it relates to Pornville’s possible acquittal
    .
    The only way he will get off is if Mia intercedes for him.

    No one else can reach out for him none of his former colleagues can extend themselves for him and any of his cohort who are part of the similar scams ARE SCARED SHITLESS ABOUT GOING TO HIS ASSISTANCE and getting locked up.

    And that is what the US is prepared for.

    If one of his fellow thieves go to his aid they are going to get locked up too

    So it is only proxies that can visit him but ONLY MIA CAN “RELEASE” HIM.

    And If it is found out that she interceded THAT IS THE END OF HER CAREER.

    She is not even going to answer her whatsapp if it has Donville’s name on it.

    In fact she ent answering no 212 codes.

    And you see that anklet dat Donville is wearing?

    I ent gine say nuffing but she better not …..

    Conspiracy Theorist IN DE RUMSHOP DENNNNNNN

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  • And you damn well know that if Mia goes to bat for him she’s gonna have to cut deals with the USA. Donville in return should be forced to come to Jesus as well as give up his pension.

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  • Caswell Franklyn

    David

    I merely asked a question. If he were a visitor to the US, he would be entitled to consular visits. I know that a Barbadian, who acquires US citizenship, would not be entitled to consular services from our representatives out there. I do not know the position with permanent residents that’s why I asked. I was just seeking information.

    Sent from my iPad

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    So @Pieces you are practically and rationally offering that the PM would so damage her career if it was discovered that she whispered into the ear of the US Ambassador or any other senior contact with whom she has a professional or personal relationship and who may have some modicum of persuasive whisper power themselves anything like: “I hope you can see your way to treat him well, he is a good man”.

    In all practical sense I disagree with you.

    Of course criminal activity is wrong but the base level case of this money laundering indictment is so far extremely vanilla, the value of bribery incidental and Inniss’ record in the US judicial system allegedly non-existent. None of those are factors to cause great consternation for friends of the accused.

    We are suitably gobsmacked by the charge and our interest doubly piqued by the more pervasive corruption which the allegation may expose (and which you are suggesting could burn the PM, I suppose) but until the Inniss indictment is expanded to include such a broader charge this man’s situation is really not that frightful.

    It certainly could be a lot worse.

    @Simple @August 14, 11:59 PM: you making sport, right. A simple lil case of this type and you asking such …why would the man still be incarcerated ! This is be a case where a bail request would almost be automatic but even beyond that your remarks certainly bulge your tongue out of your cheek …you gotta be mekking real, real sport.

    And @Sen Franklyn, so are you suggesting that a Bajan citizen though currently domiciled as a permanent resident in US is NOT entitled to any assistance from the country of his birth if he is under the legal hindrence of the US authorities?

    This is a deeper seated issue as you know quite well because the facts as you are well aware facilitate that a Bajan citizen can be legally domiciled in US as a non citizen for many a year and still be dismissed back to his country of birth just so…after a criminal conviction., for example.

    All that to say: the consulate is surely required to look after Bajan’s interest always, because basically once a citizen always a citizen and BIM will still have to accept you when others kick you out!

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    Ok Sen Franklyn, I saw your response to the Blogmaster after my post.

    I woukd simply add tgat until a permanent resident engages to get her/his citizenship I can’t fathom why they would not be eligible for ‘representation’ from their homeland consular services.

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  • Piece yuh way off in your saying that Mia interjection would let Innis go free
    America is not a Banana republic
    When last was America interested in what these small island coconut territories have to say about anything
    Case and point Trump called these small islands nuisance countries and quickly placed them in the garbage dump
    Mia s.hitba country that vam pay its debt who de hell is going to listen to them

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  • @ David who wrote ” Rolling the wicket for the possibility Donville is acquitted.”

    The possibility will become a reality.

    Donville is innocent.

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  • The only way he will get off is if Mia intercedes for him
    ++++++++++++++++
    Its never too early in the day to have a good laugh, the question is why would Mia intercede for Donville? As long as Donville is in the media/public in a bad light it cements the impression of some of the public that the DLP Gov’t was corrupt and at least one of them is getting his just desserts; this is of immense benefit to the BLP. I saw a clip of Mia on stage “wukking up” and if here was a camera to catch her reaction in private at Donville’s plight she would be “skinning cuffins” at the news. BTW did any one in the DLP come to Elliot’s or Mia’s defense when they were accused of pulling strings to save taxes?

    The US Justice Dept. doesn’t go to the lengths it did to arrest and charge a former public official of another country only to drop charges when a politician intercedes when the mid- level officials in charge of this case want notches on their belts.

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  • Anyone notice that both Donville and his dentist, Harold Doc Morley both used Naked Departure?

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  • You were able to verify this how John?

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  • @ Dribbler
    A simple lil case of this type and you asking such …why would the man still be incarcerated !
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    You betray your genes in subtle ways.
    Since when is it a ‘simple lil case’ for public servants at the highest level to betray the trust placed in them and accept bribes to sabotage the public interest? In war situations, this is called treason. In our current circumstances, Barbados is (and has been for twenty years now) in the most dangerous ‘war’ of our history….for our very existence.
    Obviously you don’t see too much wrong in committing treason for a few dollars… except for getting caught. A typical albino-centric characteristic.
    No wonder you are so ‘at home’ in Albino Land.

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    Mr BushTea, spare me your sanctimony. I am FULLY cognizant of the ‘treason of public trust’ as you call it.

    I however REFUSE to hyper ventilate as most have done here because this not new ….this nonsense has been ongoing for years and admin after admin have allowed the treasonous infidels to go unscathed.

    Your albino neologism is pure theatre…. who has arrested Mr Inniss if not your albinos , Sir Santimone!

    By your own admission (validated by the Blogmaster) you have been a part of the cabal of leadership in this country so YOU too surely had the opportunity to expose a few traitors…and maybe you did in your own way behind the scenes… but on this public stage there is no validity for your screed above.

    The treason was facilitated, validated and empowered by Bajans …mostly Black like me and you too (I presume)!

    So wheel and come ago!

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  • Take it easy Dribbles… Are you living near Herring Bay…?
    Stop posting red ones nuh…. LOL

    No one accused you of NOT hyper ventilating because this stuff is ‘not new’…
    You were accused of NOT hyperventilating because it is a ‘simple lil case’.
    It is not…. by your own subsequent admission.

    As to the blame being placed squarely on the hoards of basically black bajan brass bowls…. LOL who started that message?

    Steupsss
    Just admit that you erred in labelling the matter as ‘a simple lil case’ …and you can put it down to being a victim of the albino-centric genes that have been so widely distributed (mostly vi et armes) , over the past centuries.

    Besides…
    You have to admit how much you are at home near Herring Bay….
    LOL
    ha ha ha

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    ” Are you living near Herring Bay…? Stop posting red ones nuh…” Sweet…that one propa..a good LOL indeed.

    But we disagree after that. In the scope of most of the palaver presented regarding conviction and sentencing and all that then this is SURELY ‘a simple lil case’. That’s the context of which I spoke and I believe I made that quite clear when I noted that unless the case is expanded to involve a larger network of let’s say, laundry workers or a franchise of several laundromats and owners then this is a lil matter.

    Or let me put it another way…it’s likely the real beef of this case will not be the original charge but rather those caught on the sticky trap of possible exposure to perjury, unintended revelations of their own illicit bank accounts and other unsavory affairs….in the minds of the US prosecutors.

    For them this original charge gets great publicity and thus notoriety for those US Attorneys/DAs assigned but is not a big fish event….obviously for us it’s beyond massive and very topical.

    However, any of those BLP projects mentioned by the blogger Inniss on other thread and any of the ones that I’m sure Enuff would offer as a riposte are more egregious cases of MONEY LAUNDERING than this one…so yes I still see it as a ‘simple lil case’… but because it’s under the jurisdiction of a DA in NY definitely makes it a much more dangerous entanglement for Mr Inniss.

    Anyhow, I gone back to the real work of life.

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  • Wrong again Dribbler…
    How can this be a ‘simple lil case’ where – FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, we see a Bajan politician charged SERIOUSLY for a crime that has been accepted by generations of brass bowls (and Lodge parasites) as ‘business as usual’?

    How can it be a ‘simple lil thing’ when almost EVERY OTHER bribe taker now cannot sleep at night…. cannot take their children to Disney …. cannot look into the faces of the VERY BRASS BOWLS who meekly accepted their previous thievery?

    This is a game changer Boss…. and like the domino effect, the final outcome may well be be far more drastic than the slight ‘trip’ it takes to set the sequence rolling….

    BTW
    You are REALLY good with those red herrings…
    Unfortunately, bushie is into whacking …not fishing.
    Try Hants….
    LOL
    Murda…!!!

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  • @Caswell Franklyn August 15, 2018 12:05 AM “Simple Simon: As a permanent resident of the USA, is he entitled to consular visits?”

    Dear Caswell: I am no Senator, just a well know simpleton, but I would dare to suggest that “yes” Donville, since he is not apparently a citizen of the United States, and remains a citizen of Barbados/a son of our soil, that “yes” he is entitled to consular assistance from the Barbados government diplomatic representatives in the United States.

    He is still one of ours. His welfare is still our business.

    Note that I did not say that the Barbados government should give him taxpayers money.

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  • @Bush Tea August 15, 2018 12:17 PM “…bribe taker now cannot sleep at night…cannot take their children to Disney…”

    So what are the people who now cannot take their children to Disney saying to their children and to the children’s friends and school mates, especially given that pre-schoolers, and elementary aged children like to boast about their summer trips.

    How will the kids explain why they have remained in Barbados all summer long?

    What will the kids say to their school mates in September?

    “For our summer vacation we went to Brandon’s, Bath and Harrison’s Cave.”

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  • Better Brandon’s, Bath and Harrisons’s cave now than visit up state NY next year…Sing Sing.

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  • NorthernObserver

    @John
    I think the name you want is Morse, versus Morely
    Try…. Housing Concepts SRL
    As you would say in Quaker speak, Villages…..try communities outside Ocala Fl and see the connection. Your polo playing family would know them.

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  • @John

    What is a nice Quaker, Christian man like you doing on Naked?

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  • @whiteHill August 15, 2018 2:59 PM “Better Brandon’s, Bath and Harrisons’s cave now than visit up state NY next year…Sing Sing.”

    I read you WhiteHill.

    i hear that Sing-Sing is fairly tough?

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  • Sing Sing is a State Prison, Inniss has been accused of violating Federal laws, if convicted he will be going to a Federal facility.

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  • Are federal facilities as tough as or tougher than state facilities?

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  • US prisons are not a cake walk, however conditions in Federal Prisons housing white collar criminals are immeasurably better than Prisons housing other criminals.

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  • NorthernObserver
    August 15, 2018 3:40 PM

    @John
    I think the name you want is Morse, versus Morely
    Try…. Housing Concepts SRL
    As you would say in Quaker speak, Villages…..try communities outside Ocala Fl and see the connection. Your polo playing family would know them.

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  • NorthernObserver
    August 15, 2018 3:40 PM

    @John
    I think the name you want is Morse, versus Morely
    Try…. Housing Concepts SRL
    As you would say in Quaker speak, Villages…..try communities outside Ocala Fl and see the connection. Your polo playing family would know them.

    +++++++++++++++++++++

    I think he is passed now but in his day he was linked to “The Villages” but in Florida.

    https://www.mcknightsseniorliving.com/news/8-year-audit-of-the-villages-ends-without-penalty/article/516584/

    Tax evasion …. money laundering ….. Barbados links!!!!

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  • David
    August 15, 2018 9:01 AM

    You were able to verify this how John?

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Doc Morley wrote an article on South Coast Sewage on Naked Departure … republished on BU!!!!

    Donville had a lot to say on Charles Herbert … on Naked Departure.

    We have Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service to thank for the link!!

    What does “Naked Departure” and Donville have in common?

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    Well Well & Cut N’ Paste At Your Service
    January 11, 2018 9:59 AM

    GP…now this is ugly.
    “BARBADOS (Naked Departure) — THE SLOW POISONING OF BARBADIANS — Dr Harold Morley here, a retired Dental Surgeon — I am a UK citizen but have been living here for 17 years in Christ Church just next to the site of the sewerage blockage.
    I have been out many nights recently at 2am watching the crews working hard and trying to offer my help and expertise as a concerned resident and experienced international project implementer .
    The BWA engineers working through the night are good people but they are working in a fog and without proper direction, clarity of thought or a recognition of the immense harm being committed to the citizens and holidaymakers of Barbados and their country’s economy.
    The BWA, the Ministry and the non functioning government are criminally negligent in my view. They are poisoning the nation, the sea, and the environment and not taking this catastrophy seriously.
    I would ask why am I alone in the street at night.
    Where is the PM. Where is the Minister, The Chief Medical officer, the Head of Environmental Services and Coastal management
    The Attorney General.
    The Minister of Tourism.
    This area is a major health hazard and people shouldn’t even be allowed near it.
    I understand that for reasons known only to their BWA secret group, private local contractors offering their expertise and solutions at SENSIBLE and affordable cost are being rejected out of hand from even entering discussions .
    I would ask… WHY
    For example why was POLLY ignored and turned away when they offered to clear the problem weeks ago. POLLY has successfully cleared sewer pipes in Barbados for years now.
    Why were the Barbados Engineers rejected when they offered consultancy for free.
    Is the BWA frightened of lifting its skirts and being investigated by outsiders, or of having to explain its huge spending on projects that logic would say should be a fraction of the eventual spend.
    I really worry for this wonderful country. It is in extreme danger of committing commercial suicide and/ or poisoning its citizens and visitors.
    Only this morning I saw and smelled what looked like raw sewerage being discharged from Graeme Hall swamp outlet, through the sluice gates directly into the sea.
    How, I ask can this be lawful.
    Why is this beach not closed to bathers.
    Who is criminally responsible for this blatant poisoning of Graeme Hall natural waters.
    Harold Morley
    Crystal Beach”

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  • Developer expands into Barbados

    Published: Sunday, October 14, 2012
    THE VILLAGES
    Staff Report

    Villages developer H. Gary Morse not only is building what is considered the fastest growing retirement community in the nation, but also has a hand in $750 million marina project under way on the Caribbean island of Barbados.

    Morse is a shareholder along with four others in the 15-acre Port Ferdinand marina project in St. Peter that will provide 300 jobs when completed. Ground was broken in 2009 and the first phase of the five-year project is expected to be finished by December. The first of the project’s 96 resort condominium units went on sale earlier this year.

    “Gary is no stranger to the Caribbean, having done developments in the Bahamas, Montserrat and Jamaica, and has been coming here to Barbados for the last 13 years,” said shareholder Bjorn Bjerkham, who is also chairman of Port Ferdinand SRL. “It is very heartening that a successful businessman like Gary Morse has the confidence in Barbados and in this project. The investment of Gary’s talents, resources and vast experience will help make this development a success.”

    The project, which also will have 120 berths for large boats in its own marina, is five-minute drive from Speightstown, the island’s oldest city, and about 30 minutes from the airport. The developers call it “a remote boat lover’s paradise, yet all of life’s luxuries and conveniences are close at hand or just a short water taxi away.”

    Port Ferdinand neighbors Barbados’ only other private luxury marina, Port St. Charles; a sister marina for which residents of Port Ferdinand will have membership to the exclusive yacht club.

    Morse owns Cracker Bay, a 147-foot yacht last spotted at Port St. Charles in 2009.

    Bjerkhamn praised Morse’s involvement in the Port Ferdinand project, which is providing a local construction company, Jada Building Inc., with much needed jobs

    “At this time when investors are running for the hills, (Morse) is contributing to the economic well-being of Barbados, as well as helping us to keep more than 1,000 workers at Jada employed,” Bjerkhamn said.

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  • Piece Uh De Rock Yeah Right

    @ De Ingrunt Word aka DpD

    De ole man forgives you because i know that this summer heat causes heatstrokes especially in ole menses.

    Not one of you has been able to join the dots NOT EVEN ONE OF YOU

    August 15th 6.54 a.m. here and then see the item by Brother Hants and his link on **** at ***

    I already said dat I dun wid dat

    but it ent your fault that you getting slower in your ole age DIW, it is the way of all flesh.

    Mia is faithful to her friends is all that I going say bout dis.

    THat is three times dat de ole man say dat he dun wid dat

    De Honourable Blogmaster dun know whu going on in this regard but he is being even more ammmm circumspect than all of we.

    Leh me go back here and see whu Monique Taitt and Lucille Moe telling Senator Caswell bout Jong Me Luv You Long Time

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  • Hear Doc Morley likes polo.

    Suspect Donville is small potatoes!!

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  • @John
    in your icij frame of mind, Housing Concepts SRL is Coverly.

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  • https://offshoreleaks.icij.org/nodes/100500974

    Bjerkham and Maloney … since 2009.

    When did construction at “The Villages” commence at Coverly?

    Oh, by the way, did you know that Coverly is named after what may possibly have been a Quaker family?

    Thomas Coverley owned 80 acres in the area in 1654.

    https://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~sfreer/johfrere.html

    “John Frere, Sr., 6th son of Thomas Frere & Anne Wallis of Occold & Bressingham, Suffolk, Eng., baptized 21 Oct 1626. As an English merchant and investor, he had gone to Barbados sometime before 1650 and was the first of the family to settle in Christ Church Parish, Barbados. In England about 1653, he married his first wife, Anne Pearson, sister of the Bishop of Chester, and brought her to Barbados. By 1654, he owned a plantation in Christ Church Parish called “Coverley” with 125 acres of land which had been purchased from two early landowners: Mr. Thomas Coverley with 80 acres, and Henry Gray with 45 acres. In 1654, John also provided his brother, Tobias Frere, Esq. with 125 acres of land by sale, lease or partnership. It was this land that caused many legal battles and a split between the brothers in 1670.”

    There were two burial vaults on the hill which I believe were there from 1683.

    Here is who I believe was in one.

    “Capt. Tobias Frere, Sr. Esq. died in 1683 in Christ Church Parish. (His date of death could not have been 24 Oct 1683, because his will was proved on 7 Aug 1683). His will (28 Jun 1683, Pr. 7 Aug 1683) stated, “To be buried in my garden in the vault where I have erected for that purpose & where the corpse of my late wife lieth;”

    The reference to a Garden tells close by the vault is where numerous slaves were at one time buried.

    All remains have been cleared in the construction.

    Can still locate fields on maps with names like Vault Field and Garden!!

    So “The Villages” seems to have been built over a cemetery!!!

    The film Poltergeist comes to mind!!

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  • … sorry, not cemetery, Burying Ground is the correct term!!

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  • @John August 16, 2018 7:30 PM

    I was told that beneath the Garrison there is … a Pet Sematary …

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