Stephen Archer: Millionaire or Pauper
Submitted by Sunshine Sunny Shine
Imagine a utility pole falling on you causing you to be seriously injured. Imagine that from that injury your body was dealt such a blow that it would never be the same again Then imagine being paid 2.4 million in compensation from the Utility Company for injuries received. After you have imagined all of that then imagine this: IMAGINE YOUR THE LAWYER ACTING ON YOUR BEHALF RECEIVING THE 2.4 million AND PLACED IT IN HIS PERSON ACCOUNT BUT YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN A CENT OF IT EVEN AFTER BEGGING FOR MANY YEARS UNTIL YOUR LAST BREATH. What would you do if you were the man in the photo above?
This is the plight of the now decease Stephen Ainsley Archer. His lawyer, according to reports from him, never give him a cent of the money. This forced Mr Archer to go to the press to highlight his matter. After 13 years of begging for what is his, Mr Archer’s life came to an end. The mystery surrounding where Mr Archers 2.4 million compensation money from the Utility Company has gone, remains a mystery.
The lawyer, the alleged Ernest Jackman, has not come forward to shed any light on the claims made by the now decease Stephen Archer nor has he come forth to declare where the money that was supposed to be paid to Mr Archer is at.
The Utility Company has not come forth to declare their hand or confirm that a cheque payment of 2.4 million was paid in the name of either Ernest Jackman (the lawyer representing Mr Archer) or Stephen Archer on such and such a date at such and such a time.
The situation of Mr Archer’s money has been going on for several years. During that time, it would appear that no ”Watchdog Agency, group, family or concern citizens” in Barbados have come forth to assist Mr Archer during the period that he made his matter a public one. No government, according to reports, offered to help him get down to the bottom of things. What is also quite alarming is that you would think that a citizen claiming foul play by his lawyer in the matter of his 2.4 million would have prompted the Barbados Bar Association to rise to the occasion and question Mr Ernest Jackman on the matter. No such chance under the system that exists in Barbados.
Mr Archer is dead, will his plea for his 2.4 million also die with him? Mr ERNEST JACKMAN NEEDS TO BE QUESTIONED!!