First Caribbean International Bank (FCIB) Not Paying!
Barbados Underground first posted on Judgment (Suit No: CV1339 of 2008) in the Matter Justin McIntosh, Brunetta McIntosh v First Caribbean Int’l Bank (B’dos) Ltd on July 22, 2013 – see First Caribbean International Bank Not Honouring Court Judgement Handed Down Since 2009–Boycott on the Cards?. It was followed with another on the 27 March 2019, about six years later – see A Decade of Waiting on CIBC First Caribbean Bank and Attorney-at-law Bernadette D Callender.
To ensure the message was heard by FIRST CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL BANK (FCIB) the blogmaster posted an update on April 20, 2019 – see Reminder to the Bajan Lawyer Bernadette Callender from Aggrieved Client.
For over ten Rh years FCIB and supporting cast have delayed- or should we say obstructed- justice in the matter sought by plaintiffs Justin and Brunetta McIntosh. Enough is Rh enough!
The blogmaster has taken note that Edmund Hinskson acted as lawyer for FCIB in 2009.
Attached is recent correspondence sent to parties seeking justice to be finally delivered. The blogmaster is aware of the mea culpa that was recently issued by the Chief Justice. What are citizens seeking justice from our courts to do? What are citizens to do when a large corporate entity like FCIB frustrate the delivery of justice?
FCIB you claim you are a good corporate citizen, if we were to measure that statement using CV1339 of 2008 in the Matter Justin McIntosh, Brunetta McIntosh v First Caribbean Int’l Bank (B’dos) you will fall short. In fact there is a good case to be made in the court of public opinion that it is a false position i.e. a gimmick.
See recent documents sent by the aggrieved parties to FCIB’s legal counsel Nicole Nurse copied to David Scandiffio, CEO of FCIB in Canada, Chief Justice Sir Marson Gibson and Cicely Chase in May 2019.