Donville Inniss GUILTY as Charged

Millar told the court that in August 2015, she attended a meeting with former chief executive officer (CEO) of ICBL Ingrid Innes and former senior vice-president with responsibility for business development and marketing Alex Tasker.

Following that meeting, she said Innes instructed her to make “an urgent payment” of a referral bonus to Inniss.

She said she was uncomfortable with the request made by Innes as he was “politically exposed” and she enquired if she Innes had cleared such a transaction with the company’s chairman John Wight, to which Innes responded, “It’s fine”.

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    Only in corrupt Barbados the vicious criminals elected by the people don’t want to see the black population financially and mentally free…but your days of committing financial and other crimes against the people are nearing an end..

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  • Best joke so far…
    He will not be home for the gatherin

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  • Criminals can no longer hide behind their fraudulent fake titles and commit crimes against the populi without being found …not this time. Not in this era. Setting up to hire companies at taxpayers expense that they KNOW THAT THEY ARE ALL CONNECTED TO…in their conflicts of interest.

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1227720027437534&id=100005986451739&sfnsn=scwspmo&extid=2cyiQMqpI5le0Nc1

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  • @Hants
    “What happen to Walter O’Neal Prescod. Did he get bail ?”
    I am reasonably sure he did get bail.
    And based on other events/happenings, I am guessing there will be news related to the proceedings against Prescod/Rogers very soon.

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  • David BU

    Someone posted an extract from Jackie Stewart’s Facebook page in which she made the following comment: “See Barbados low life Attorney General Dale Marshall. Fulcrum Chambers Ltd. is CONNECTED to your money laundering tiefing Butterfield Bank and Trevor Carmichael.”

    A reference was also made to a merger, on August 5, 2008, between the Fulcrum Group and Butterfield Fund Services…….. to form Butterfield Fulcrum Group.

    Now, whereas the Fulcrum Group was established in Bermuda in 1995, and is described as a leading global fund administrator for the hedge fund and alternative investment management industry………..

    ………… Fulcrum Chambers Ltd. is described as a “firm providing strategic legal advice for corporates, public bodies, and private individuals in the field of bribery & corruption, fraud, investigations, due diligence and regulatory and compliance issues and compliance.”

    It’s interesting to note Fulcrum Chambers Ltd.’s PREVIOUS COMPANY NAMES were “Williams Marler Pearce Associates Ltd. and “Williams Pearce Associates Ltd.”

    According to the Registrar of Companies for England and Wales, “Williams Marler Pearce Associates Ltd.” was incorporated under the Companies Act 2006, as a private company on February 8, 2010.

    On March 30, 2012, one of the special resolutions passed by the Company, in accordance with Chapter 2 of Part 13 of the Companies Act, was “WILLIAMS MARLER PEARCE ASSOCIATES LIMITED” be changed to “WILLIAMS PEARCE ASSOCIATES LIMITED.”

    According to the file copy re: Certificate of Incorporation of Change of Name, as it relates to Company Number: 7149049:

    [The Registrar of Company for England and Wales hereby certifies that under the Companies Act 2006:

    WILLIAMS PEARCE ASSOCIATES LIMITED

    a Company incorporated as private by limited shares; having its registered office in England and Wales; has changed its name to:

    FULCRUM CHAMBERS LIMITED

    Given at Companies House on 2nd October, 2014.]

    Whereas the Fulcrum group was established in Bermuda in 1995……..

    ………… Fulcrum Chambers Ltd, came into existence, by way of a name change NINETEEN (19) years AFTER the Fulcrum Group was established in Bermuda in 1995…….

    ………… and SIX (6) years AFTER the Fulcrum Group merged with Butterfield Fund Services on August 5, 2008.

    So, it’s clear the Fulcrum Group and Fulcrum Chambers Ltd. are two DIFFERENT entities.

    I know people mean well and we must commend them for attempting to expose corruption. However, we must be very careful when trolling social media sites and “sharing” information believing it to be FACT, without at first verifying whether or not it’s accurate.

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  • De old man posted this earlier but it was never allowed to see the light of day

    “…@ the Honourable Blogmaster

    De ole man finds this statement by you truly hypocritical

    You said and I quote

    “… David January 16, 2020 7:17 PM

    @enuff [ first of the Rented jackasses Hee Hee]

    Why bother? Some here have their partisan positions and that is all that matters…”

    I wonder if you would be man enough to post the Article I sent to this Barbados Underground on why Pornville WAS GOING TO BE FOUND GUILTY?

    I wonder if, in keeping with your “partisan position” you refused to publish that article and two more of de ole man’s prediction!

    Is it because WHEN I PIECE THE LEGEND SPEAK, that it comes to pass?

    Is it because you have explicit instructions NOT TO LET DE OLE MAN’S POST BE SEEN CAUSE I still getting too many clicks?

    Heheheheh

    I would tell you how we monitoring that BUT

    The fact is that you are paying lip service to Patriotism and have no interest in our Flag.

    Were such the case you would let divergent opinions vie for supremacy but such goes against Mugabe’s orders.

    BARBADOS WILL HAVE 75 DEATHS THIS YEAR.

    If Mugabe does not try Tasker and Innes, it will be ine of the single worst decisions of her visionless government

    Keep on killing de ole man articles

    Heheheheh “

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  • I know you have problems with the truth in my posts but TO DENY THIS POST 5 TIMES man, that is really pushing your bias too far

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  • In that “article” de ole man wrote

    “…De ole man wondered if wunna could take a look at de following list of American political figures and government officials.

    1.Corrine Brown (D-FL) was convicted on 18 felony counts of wire and tax fraud, conspiracy, lying to federal investigators, and other corruption charges.

    2.Chaka Fattah (D-PA) was convicted on 23 counts of racketeering, fraud, and other corruption charges.

    3.Dennis Hastert (R-IL) Speaker of the United States House of Representatives pleaded guilty in court for illegally structuring bank transactions related to payment of $3.5 million to quash allegations of sexual misconduct with a student when he was a high school teacher and coach decades ago.

    4.Michael Grimm (R-NY) pleaded guilty of felony tax evasion. This was the fourth count in a 20-count indictment brought against him for improper use of campaign funds. The guilty plea had a maximum sentence of three years; he was sentenced to eight months in prison.

    5.Trey Radel (R-FL) was convicted of possession of cocaine in November 2013. As a first-time offender, he was sentenced to one year probation and fined $250. Radel announced he would take a leave of absence, but did not resign. Later, under pressure from a number of Republican leaders, he announced through a spokesperson that he would resign.

    6.Rick Renzi (R-AZ) was found guilty on 17 of 32 counts against him June 12, 2013, including wire fraud, conspiracy, extortion, racketeering, money laundering and making false statements to insurance regulators.

    7.Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-IL) pleaded guilty February 20, 2013, to one count of wire and mail fraud in connection with his misuse of $750,000 in campaign funds. Jackson was sentenced to two-and-one-half years’ imprisonment.

    Given the fact that these Americans got locked up, for their financial crimes, HOW MANY OF WUNNA FEEL THAT DONVILLE is going to walk free?…”

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  • But de ole man already realize dat um is you blog my man

    AND WHEN YOU SAY

    “…Join in the discussion, you never know how expressing your view may make a difference…” what you are saying is…

    “…ONLY DE OPINIONS THAT ARE EXPRESSED HERE, THAT ARE IN SYNC WITH THOSE IF THE BU BORG BLOGMASTER, WILL BE PUBLISHED, BECAUSE ONLY THOSE ARE GOING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE…”

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  • @ ManyPussy

    De ole man want you and Verla Depeiza and Guyson Mayers to explain dis RH

    “…MINISTER of Industry and International Business Donville Inniss is making it abundantly clear that he will not be releasing specific details regarding why his ministry is in the process of revoking the licences of four international business companies…”

    And also to expand on this sentence for de benefit of we BU readers

    “…Last Friday, as he addressed stakeholders in the sector who attended a corporate trust and service providers seminar, Minister Inniss revealed that the licenses of four companies would be revoked shortly, over allegations of money laundering, corrupt practices and defrauding citizens in foreign jurisdictions…”

    De reason de ole man post dis entry is causing de ole man get a call pun a secure line saying dat …

    Now effing wunna was to find out *** den ***

    Heheheheh

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  • Now de ole man will predict the sentencing of PORNVILLE

    His wont be jail time, HE WILL GET PROBATION AND A FINE!

    AND HE WILL BE DEPORTED! AFTER HIS RESIDENCY IS RESCINDED!

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  • @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    Another one of my post which seeks to sensibly discuss Pornville’s sentencing and subsequent deportation is in suspense

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  • The above should be enough to move on to pursuing THE BRIBERS.

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  • We have tio start showing the PEOPLE HOW TO PROTECT THEMSELVES HERE…. the writing is on the wall and the corrupt will attempt to cover their own asses to desperately STAY OUT OF PRISON…

    99.999 of Bajans are clueless to what these BEASTS IN HUMAN FORM have done for the last 80 YEARS in their revovling door for a bar association, parliament and supreme court…DO NOT GO ANYWHERE NEAR ANY OF THEM.

    https://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/243520/ag-people-prepared-talk

    DO NOT……speak to Barbados’ authorities about corruption or give them any information you have….. DO NOT GIVE THEM…you may find yourself locked up in an asylum, imprisoned or DEAD…

    If Ms. Millar had spoken to them, that would be her fate. Instad she spoke with who would make sure she cannot be VICTIMIZED.

    if you have information that could lead to a CONVICTION of these vicious criminals…you know who to speak to or ask advice from someone who does, do not risk you and your family’s lives and freedom by speaking to the CORRUPT. in Barbados…they only want to know what you know.

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  • @ Artaxerxes the Superlative Archiver

    I was to respond to you about that officer who was recently in the news.

    De ole man only gine say dat to answer your valid question would be to reveal some additional information from a source who know she and dat source does give de ole man information bout tings

    She are a trip AS SHE SENSATIONAL TRIPS TO THE COURTS do attest!

    Heheheheh

    Your Company House cross referencing is commendable and reflects the White Hoaks exercise.

    The fact is that, while in Barbados a statement like “…“It was recently drawn to the ministry’s attention that we were able to identify a few companies that have not been cooperating as they should or have beneficial owners who have been charged and found guilty of some activity which we do not wish to be associated with in Barbados…” WOULD NOT GO UNCHALLENGED and when Inniss went on to say
    “Therefore, I as minister, shall over the next few days, be revoking the licences of such associated companies…” WAS HIIDEN IN THE SHADOWS, IF BARBADOS WAS NOT A BANANA REPUBLIC, OUR FOI WOULD HAVE REQUIRED HIM TO EXPOSE THE NAMES OF THE FIRMS!

    His 2017 actions waited patiently on his a.ss and in 2020 have shown him WHO IS IN CONTROL!

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  • Thanks Artax, we must prosecute matters truthfully.

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  • Well Donville if he so chooses and before sentencing can write a tell all book telling his side of the story releasing names of those he knows beyond a shadow of doubt involved in ruthless and unconscionable display of giving and taking bribes
    As David fondly reminds all
    But in this context Donville you can have the last word

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  • @ WARU

    and what you said brings de ole man back to my begin point

    You said AND I QUOTE

    “…DO NOT……speak to Barbados’ authorities about corruption or give them any information you have…..

    DO NOT GIVE THEM…you may find yourself locked up in an asylum, imprisoned or DEAD…”

    When de ole man was campaigning for that virtual space here on Barbados Underground, many came talking about how it was a scam etc!

    But the fact is that CREATING A VIRTUAL SPACE ON THE “DARKNET” has its procedures AND ITS COSTS!

    creating a VIRTUAL WHISTLEBLOWER HAVEN for bajans where bajans can voice bajan concerns IS VERY RH HARD.

    And it is hard for a variety of reasons but I will give a few

    1.Who is de body behind de virtual Whistleblower Platform? Is you a bonafide activist or a RH plant?

    2.is your platform “connected”? Do you have the social “nous” to attract THE WHISTLEBLOWER?

    3.is your DESIGN Effective? Will its output be like Aljazeera or like Naked Departure? Are you looking to be effective or sensational?

    And

    4.Will your model address administrative costs and HR necessary to maintain the Virtual Platform?

    Few people UNDERSTAND what is involved in the concept and fewer still give a rat’s a.ss about its purpose

    But then again WE LIKE UM SO!

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  • You are NOT GETTING AWAY WITH THIS.

    Just to remind everyone it was just this week that Dale Whistleblower FROM PARLIAMENT…told the WHOLE WORLD that people came forward with information about corruption but then stated that they were afraid because their families were known, or lived close to the criminals or their kids went to school with the criminals….so WHAT THE HELL HE WANT PEOPLE TO COME FORWARD FOR NOW TO PUT THEIR and their FAMILIES LIVES AT RISK..

    think ya slick..

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  • So i take it DLP yardfowls have no plans to help Donville serve his prison sentence if he gets one…yall are not loyal at all, at all, at all..

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  • It will be useful if some here use the blog to offer constructive input read to demystify matters around corruption, how we can improve our participation to improve Barbados. Those who care.

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  • Hants…if Barbados refuses to prosecute those others who Dale Whistleblower KNOWS HAS INFORMATION ON ALL OF THEM, we hope the US authorities can link up with Interpol.

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  • @ Piece the Legend January 17, 2020 5:28 AM

    Good call!
    We know that you are so good at predictions you ought to change your BU handle to ‘Piece de BU Nostradamus’.

    Putting the Don in jail all dressed up in ‘orange’ looking like a dejected clown will certainly’ do in’ this big-mouth giant of a petty conman.

    He wouldn’t be able to handle the deprivation of creature comforts having fallen from the sky of social luxury and political infamy like Icarus.

    His mini-mansion in Fla could be confiscated if only to pay for his large legal ‘doctored’ invoices.

    He will now see who his ‘true bad-weather’ friends are after this experience.
    We know of at least one who would stick with him through thick and thin and ensure he never sees the inside of Dodds just as Leroy the now friend-less leper has been able to dodge.

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  • People are asking some very pertinent questions.

    Now that Donville Inniss has been convicted, what next for;

    “Alex Tasker and Ms. Innes. It’s been proven that they paid bribes will they be able to continue their new businesses – A Coffee Shop, an Employment Agency and a lending institution? Are these businesses protected by not actually being in their names?

    Will local authorities now launch their own investigation now that “Big Brother” has shown the way?

    What happens to Donville’s assets? I presume that he will try to get the US authorities to fine him rather than face a custodial sentence in Federal Prison.

    Does Donville get deported after his sentence is complete? If so, is there scope for him to be prosecuted if or when he comes back?

    Who next?”

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  • This morning I here studying Donville, and wondering what would have happened if the alleged “Eager 11” thingy had succeeded and Donville had been our Prime Minister.

    And wasn’t it Donville who said “we doan wanta hear from wunna, it is we turn now” This morning those words seem real-real sinister to me.

    These things got my head hurting me real-real bad. I gotta run and take my high blood pressure tablets quick-quick.

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  • And I remember that one time Donville said to me personally, face to face “I like the American system, I like the American way of doing things.”

    And all I can say to Donville this morning is:

    “WELCOME TO AMERICA, WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN WAY.”

    i wish you well.

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  • @ the Honourable Blogmaster

    I will be yah Huckleberry!

    You said and I quote

    “…It will be useful if some here use the blog to offer constructive input read to demystify matters around corruption, how we can improve our participation to improve Barbados.

    Those who care…”

    I CARE!

    I HAVE ALWAYS CARED! and hopefully will care albeit from a distance.

    Let me demystify this specific topic for you to understand its nuances INSTEAD OF AIDING AND ABETTING YOUR STOOPIDITY!

    For one to participate in destroying corruption in Barbados ONE HAS TO DO THAT WITH A CADRE OF MEN AND WOMEN WITH BACKBONES!

    One such man is The Luminary Jeff Cumberbatch now at the Court of Appeals.

    I would create an entity WITH FINITE EXISTENCE, with special powers that would not answer to anyone INCLUDING & ESPECIALLY MUGABE!

    it would span 1. The Barbados Defence Force 2. The Barbados Police Force 3. The Barbados Courts ***and 4. SPECIFIC INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES E.G. INTERPOL, the US DoJ and others on de ole man list.

    Its EXISTENCE WOULD BE FINITE, but when it is done, NUFF TINGS WOULD HAPPEN AND NUFF PEOPLE WOULD BE LOCKED UP!

    The problem is that people like you would not like the outcome of that ENTITY AND, TO DETAIL ITS METHODOLOGIES WOULD BE IDIOTIC AT BEST AND RH STOOPID AT WORSE.

    That would broadcast its modalities to all your corrupt friends AND IM SURE THAT IS NOT WHAT WE WANT THAT OUTCOME TO BE, DO WE?

    heheheheh

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  • That is them all…they love the American way of doing things…but they ALL REFUSED TO COPY THE MILLIONS OF POSITIVE THINGS THE US HAS TO OFFER…and apply to their own people on the island for their progress, wealth creation and betterment……so let Donville tek dah…the American way.

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  • “Minister Inniss stated that while the names of the companies will eventually be released, the only information he is prepared to divulge is that the companies were found to be involved in illicit activities.”

    only because he was FORCED TO…he would have never done it voluntarily otherwise, notice you never got the names of those 4 companies, no matter how much we ASKED FOR THEM…bet ya they are still on the island committing their corrupt crimes and this government would welcome them with open arms.

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  • “WELCOME TO AMERICA, WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN WAY.”

    REALLY?

    I AM MOST IMPRESSED THAT THE AMERICANS HAVE A PENCHANT FOR DOING NEARLY EVERYTHING WRONG

    I AM MOST IMPRESSED THAT THE AMERICANS HAVE A PENCHANT FOR MAKING THINGS HARDER THAN THEY OUGHT TO BE

    THEY CAN CONVICT LIKKLE DONVILLE OVER US 36,000 BUT CANT TOUCH MANY MIGHTY FOLK GUILTY OF MUCH MORE SERIOUS OFFENSES. UH LIE?

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  • @ David January 17, 2020 7:00 AM

    How about the local authorities prosecuting the other ‘alleged’ local collaborators in the ICBL bribery scandal?

    This would set an example to those who think that the taxpayers’ money is their personal piggybank.

    When is an extradition warrant going to issued for the ‘forced’ return of the Jack of all trades the financially dexterous James the former chief butler of finance at the country’s beleaguered hospital?

    You might just stumble, serendipitously of course, on a path that leads to the same kind of graft for which the Don of Pornville has been found wanting in performing his ministerial duties.

    This man, the Don of Porn, has been sailing to close to the wind(s) of illegality going back to the time when his ‘dodgy’ offshore companies of ‘naked’ ambition came under the radar of the US authorities and brought to the attention of the 2013 electorate by the now UN permanent resident person he deposed in 2008

    As the ole Bajan wise people used to say:
    ‘Night(darkness) does run ‘til day (Light) ketch um.’

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  • Damn good news “at large” means that international WARRANTS…can be issued for their conniving backsides…this .from the Wall Street Journal…they all want to be rich and famous at the expense of the people, ya don’t get more famous than this..

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/former-barbadian-official-found-guilty-of-laundering-bribes-11579221651?fbclid=IwAR1iZp5RHCR_wc2iyTuIVT3RJ4KIbkvEIBkPjl6nxSTPujeiSNHBHbeeHEM

    “The Justice Department last year charged ICBL’s former chief executive officer, Ingrid Innes, and its former senior vice president, Alex Tasker, who prosecutors said acted as Mr. Inniss’ co-conspirators. The two remain at large, a spokesman for the department said.

    Ronald DeWaard, a lawyer for Ms. Innes, didn’t immediately return a request for comment. Mr. Tasker couldn’t be reached for comment.”

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  • “On whose authority would the police investigate this matter? Would they do so on their own volition or would ICBL officials have to make a formal complaint, provide them with the necessary information and ask them to proceed with investigations?”

    Not taking issue with the validity of your comment but aren’t people at times arrested for loitering or randomly stopped and searched without complaint?

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  • If there is to be a Prosecution of the locals involved wouldn’t the Prosecutors need witnesses? It isn’t as if they can lift the testimony of the witnesses in the US case and apply it to Barbados. One has to remember that some of those witnesses reached a deal with the US authorities where they were granted immunity from Prosecution and my Holiday Inn training in legal matters advises those type of deals are not available in Bim so why would someone subject themselves to prosecution if by doing so it imperils them?

    Where is Jeff C when we need him?

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  • @Sargeant

    A couple of the ICBL executives confirmed that they have made no deal with the US authorities. And should be in a position to speak from records. This is about will not law.

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  • @ charles skeete January 17, 2020 9:21 AM

    One thing which stands out in your contributions is your ‘balanced’ approach in thinking outside the box.

    Who are the ‘complainants’ giving the tips via the” Crimestoppers” hotline?
    Mr. & Mrs. Anonymice?

    Keep it up Charlie!
    One day you would come to the stark realization that it is the profit motive behind the illegal drug trade which is driving of one of the main engines of violent crime both of the while collar and ghetto varieties.
    Reduce the profit and thereby reduce the crime.

    Let them (the black drug lords and gun-toting hoodlums) go online and get on with their criminal programme like their Nigerian brethren and prove how sharp their ‘slave-babies’ minds can work to trick the Chinese and Russians.

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  • @David

    Those ICBL executives were not in the bulls eye, they will need direct evidence from people who were “following orders”. They will need evidence from the individual residing in the US who is part of the money trail etc. etc….

    I refer back to my previous statement “I am not a lawyer”

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  • @Sargeant

    What were the charges brought in the US, what other charges can be brought in the local jurisdiction.

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  • Q Where is Jeff C when we need him?
    A Since he is not omnipresent, he cant always be present, ah lie?

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  • de pedantic Dribbler

    @Theo, continuing in my non-lawyer grasp of the law re your post: …it is clear to me that three men traveling on a boat loaded with drugs had a direct and continuous link/connection to the drugs….
    Can you explain to me why only Mr Prescod has a c and c.

    You may be right but I believe very smart lawyers are available to wealthy men and a very smart lawyer would likely be able to chug a mountain of sand of ‘Reasonable Doubt’ re continuous connection.. A jury would have a hard time wading across that sand beach to get to a verdict of guilty, I suspect.

    Three men on a boat … Not a fella they see when out to sea.

    But avast mateys who guarded the boat before we put out to sea…. chug, chug, chug.

    Who handled the cargo and stocked the galley … the captain, first officer or chief sailor. Chug, chug,chug!

    I have no idea whatever on ur query re Prescod…

    I do know that in the frying pan small fries get burnt through to a crisp quicker from the same heat than big fries, not so!

    That’s the rather basic template of life whether we like it or not!

    Anyhow… The cynic in me found the remarks by Ms Depeiza rather deflating when she said that “We all now need to learn the lesson of this bleak day and ensure that it never ever happens again”.

    Translated that said to me (excuse the foreign language):

    HTF did his jackass put that out there and get caught like an idiot. Was he not paying attention to the other felllas and how we clean up so nicely.

    Look, tell Donville I don’t want to see his RH bout here do…he put we back real bad, dat blasted idiot. Steupsssee!

    I gone.

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  • peterlawrencethompson

    @SargeantJanuary 17, 2020 9:58 AM
    “Those ICBL executives were not in the bulls eye…”
    +++++++++++++
    From the US Department of Justice:
    “BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Ingrid Innes, the former chief executive officer, and Alex Tasker, a former senior vice president of Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL), a Barbados-based insurance company, were charged in a superseding indictment unsealed on January 18, 2019, with laundering bribes to the former Minister of Industry of Barbados in exchange for his assistance in securing government contracts for ICBL. Innes and Tasker are not in U.S. custody…”
    https://www.justice.gov/usao-edny/pr/former-chief-executive-officer-and-senior-vice-president-barbadian-insurance-company

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  • “Not taking issue with the validity of your comment but aren’t people at times arrested for loitering or randomly stopped and searched without complaint?”

    I did not make any comments, I simply ASKED two questions, as evidenced by the question marks at the end of both.

    Anyhow, when “people are at times arrested for loitering” or (2) “randomly stopped and searched without complaint,” occurs when the police OBSERVE people who gave them probable cause to believe they have committed a crime or are about to commit a crime.

    Supposed police on mobile patrol pass and SEE you behaving suspiciously on the compound of a business or home. If you cannot give any reasonable explanation of your purpose for being there (e.g. you’re not security or you cannot prove at the time you’re the owner of the business or home), would give police probable cause to suspect your purpose for being there is to commit a crime….. and you would be arrested and taken to a station pending a decision to charge you with an offense.

    People are usually stopped and searched because they have reacted in a manner that drew attention to themselves and arouse the police’s suspicion. For example, people exhibit certain “involuntary behaviours” when they see the police approaching, such as fidgeting with their pockets, turning to hide their faces or trying to conceal or drop something.

    If you’re also including vehicles in stop and searches, this usually occurs when the motorist is driving in a manner that arouses suspicion (e.g. driving erratically, speeding up or slowing down on seeing an approaching police vehicle); police acting on information received; police conducting “stop and search” operations.

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  • @PLT

    I was thinking about the executives from the parent company not the local ICBL executives, of course everyone knows that Innes and Tasker have to face the music if they enter any US jurisdiction.

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  • “I know people mean well and we must commend them for attempting to expose corruption.”

    Not all! Some are embittered and have zero interest in facts. When somebody lose dem house through the courts we will become more careful about what we post.

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  • yall see FBI on their way in and still talking SHITE…

    don’t worry…soon come..

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  • And there are still some bank account numbers belonging to MONEY LAUNDERERS INC that i will have to post soon Enuff……so come for somebody’s house, ah know yall love to throw each other under the bus when ya get afraid…but throw this one or any family member and ya will see..

    …remember, ah don’t know none of yall, so it won’t be me..

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  • peterlawrencethompson

    @Sargeant

    “On August 23, 2018, the DOJ announced that it had declined to prosecute ICBL under the FCPA
    Corporate Enforcement Policy. The DOJ reached this conclusion based on a number of factors:
    (1) ICBL’s timely and voluntary self-disclosure;
    (2) ICBL’s thorough internal investigation;
    (3) ICBL’s cooperation with the DOJ;
    (4) ICBL’s agreement to disgorge all profits made from the illegal conduct, amounting to $93,940.19; (5) steps ICBL has taken to enhance its internal compliance program;
    (6) ICBL’s remediation measures, including termination of all employees involved in the misconduct; and (7) the fact that the DOJ has been able to identify and charge the culpable individuals.”

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  • peterlawrencethompson

    @Sargeant

    So the executives from the ICBL parent company threw Innes and Tasker under the bus with Donville and paid a fine in order to escape corporate culpability.

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  • “The Justice Department last year charged ICBL’s former chief executive officer, Ingrid Innes, and its former senior vice president, Alex Tasker, who prosecutors said acted as Mr. Inniss’ co-conspirators. The two remain at large, a spokesman for the department said.

    Ronald DeWaard, a lawyer for Ms. Innes, didn’t immediately return a request for comment. Mr. Tasker couldn’t be reached for comment.”
    _xxxxxxxxx

    ALEX TASKER WE LOOKING FOR YOU WEARING STAINLESS STEEL BRACELETS.

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  • @ Artax January 17, 2020 10:37 AM
    “Anyhow, when “people are at times arrested for loitering” or (2) “randomly stopped and searched without complaint,” occurs when the police OBSERVE people who gave them probable cause to believe they have committed a crime or are about to commit a crime.”
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    How then do you explain the basis for investigation from tips via the Crimsstoppers hotline?

    Who are the “observers” and “complaints” under that scenario of crimefighting?

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  • SargeantJanuary 17, 2020 10:45 AM

    @PLT

    “I was thinking about the executives from the parent company not the local ICBL executives, of course everyone knows that Innes and Tasker have to face the music if they enter any US jurisdiction.”

    For what?
    i have nothing in the entire scenario to indicate that they have stolen money from the ICBL or have been charged for so doing. Their positions empowered them to authorise payments as they see fit right or wrong and if in breach of Company’s policies would be subject to sanction by the company.whether the breach involves all in in the police or dismissal. The decisions to use their authority were not done in secret.

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  • “Former Chief Executive Officer and Senior Vice President of Barbadian Insurance Company Charged with Laundering Bribes to Former Minister of Industry of Barbados
    BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Ingrid Innes, the former chief executive officer, and Alex Tasker, a former senior vice president of Insurance Corporation of Barbados Limited (ICBL), a Barbados-based insurance company, were charged in a superseding indictment unsealed on January 18, 2019, with laundering bribes to the former Minister of Industry of Barbados in exchange for his assistance in securing government contracts for ICBL. Innes and Tasker are not in U.S. custody.

    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 charges.

    Innes and Tasker were charged with one count of conspiracy to launder money and two counts of money laundering in the superseding indictment. The former Minister of Industry of Barbados, Donville Inniss, a U.S. legal permanent resident who resided in Tampa, Florida, and Barbados, was charged with the same crimes in an indictment unsealed on August 6, 2018, and as a co-defendant of Innes and Tasker in the superseding indictment. Inniss is scheduled for trial on June 24, 2019, before United States District Judge Kiyo A. Matsumoto.

    The superseding indictment alleges that in 2015 and 2016, Innes and Tasker participated in a scheme to launder into the United States approximately $36,000 in bribes that they paid to Inniss, who at the time was a member of the Parliament of Barbados and the Minister of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development of Barbados.

    The charges in the superseding indictment are allegations, and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.”

    The gist of the story makes no sense based on this statement that

    “The charges in the superseding indictment are allegations, and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.”

    Am i to understand that the DOJ of the USA can charge Barbadians for alleged crimes committed in Barbados and what makes the funds transmitted to the USA dirty money if no one was charged for a crime in relation to the same money. Money withheld from accused in relation to drug cases has to be returned if the accused are found not guilty.

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  • Lots of jokes….liar, liar, liar, liar…Fruendel is on fire..

    they have no damn shame, should all be imprisoned.

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  • NorthernObserverJanuary 16, 2020 5:37 PM

    Where did all this begin?
    Didn’t the ICBL parent co. make some admission to US authorities, and pay a fine, to ostensibly cover their own a**. And in so doing, opened the can of worms.
    As such, subsequent events were “laid on a platter” for authorities, they didn’t require months of digging.

    peterlawrencethompsonJanuary 17, 2020 11:26 AM

    @Sargeant

    So the executives from the ICBL parent company threw Innes and Tasker under the bus with Donville and paid a fine in order to escape corporate culpability.

    This answers all those questions from inquiring minds as to why US authorities would waste resources pursuing DI. They didn’t have to. ICBL parent, scared of repercussions when they discovered the payments from THEIR accounts, not the ICBL subsidiary cheque book, sought to protect themselves.

    If ICBL had paid the monies in $Bds to a Barbadian account, this matter would never have seen the light of day.

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  • if he was charged with those crimes in barbados, it would never reach the courts, lots of politicians and lawyers get away with crimes daily, but it often sweep under the rug. If he got charged with those crimes then I think he will be jailed for some time, and his green card taken.

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  • Many former ministers and other blue grandees will now have to give up their holidays in the USA or Canada for a very long time.

    Let me ask Enuff a question: Who was the Barbadian lawyer certifying in New York that Donville and his helpers had committed a crime in Barbados under our local laws?

    That is an interesting question, isn’t it?

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  • @ Enuff January 17, 2020 11:09 AM

    When you talk about slander here, the two crazy youtubers that WARU worships so idolatrously come to mind.

    If they enter Barbados, it will no longer be a case for the civil courts. They must be arrested immediately at the airport at passport control and sentenced to 20 years penal labour for treason.

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  • Spreading the joy..

    Start by locking up the crooked, tiefing minorities.We all remember this dont we. This one croaked in 2014 but they always find more and more to help them commit crimes on the island.

    “Gary Morse was using Wells Fargo to send tens of millions of dollars through FCIB for the Port Ferdinand development at Six Mens and was caught by the IRS.”

    Northern…they were trying to side step the delisting and eyes that were watching Caribbean banks, remember lots of banks were pulling out around that time…eyes were on them, so big and bold Inniss thought that he would not have a problem as a US resident, but he did not realize that eyes were all around anyway, and ICBL still has employees who do due diligence.

    also around that time there was pressure to implement anti-money laundering legislation and you already know how these too love to procrastinate when it’s anything to do with upgrading the laws that will STOP THEM FROM BREAKING THE LAWS..

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  • Can we stay focused on the topic?

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  • they were trying to side step the DERISKING and eyes that were watching Caribbean bank..s

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  • The intervention from Tony Best the Nation newspaper correspondent is interesting. The prosecution was successful at the discussion/discovery stage in preventing Inniss from widening the matter to include calling witnesses from Barbados that would have cast negatives on others in Barbados read Inniss’ behaviour is the norm in Barbados among the political class.

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  • @ Silly Woman January 17, 2020 7:34 AM

    ““WELCOME TO AMERICA, WELCOME TO THE AMERICAN WAY.”

    There is no need to rub salt into Donville’s wounds.

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  • “Insurance Corporation of Barbados, which allegedly bribed former Cabinet minister Donville Inniss to secure contracts, possibly made illegal payments to other “Government officials”, say prosecutors in the United States.

    Prosecutors are contending they have evidence to support the allegation but don’t plan to present it when Inniss faces a Brooklyn, New York judge and jury in October.”

    https://www.nationnews.com/nationnews/news/240400/-bribed

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  • “Not all! Some are embittered and have zero interest in facts. When somebody lose dem house through the courts we will become more careful about what we post.”

    Although you are correct, you must bear in mind that some people may have good intentions, but go about doing things the wrong way, which, in the long-run, causes the authenticity of the information they present and their credibility to come more and more under scrutiny.

    This is one of the reasons why I don’t watch certain videos or accept as gospel. certain information posted to this forum, without investigating further or asking the relevant questions.

    For example, look at how certain people were quick to draw a correlation between Fulcrum Chambers Ltd. and a merger between Fulcrum Group and Butterfield Fund Services…… to imply corruption. Supposed their post remained on FB, without anyone seeking to clarify the issue?

    They would use the number of people who were misled into believing there was some element of corruption, as a benchmark to indicate some imagined success in fulfilling the agenda they initially set out to achieve.

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  • Wuhloss…Barbados hot Enuff. Any hotter and ya will see flames.

    “Insurance Corporation of Barbados, which allegedly bribed former Cabinet minister Donville Inniss to secure contracts, possibly made illegal payments to other “Government officials”, say prosecutors in the United States.”

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  • lawd me gawd…wait until the other shoe DROPS…

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  • in today’s Nation the article refers to the US prosecutor going through Barbados law to explain Inniss also broke local law.

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  • @ David January 17, 2020 1:46 PM

    The Don is lucky he has not been charged for tax evasion. Being a permanent resident he ought to declare to the IRS all incomes received in the USA (for sure).

    Did the Don declare that $36 grand in the tax years they were received into his account?

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  • @ David January 17, 2020 4:47 PM

    It is obvious, innit!

    Any half-decent uncompromised lawyer (even graduates of the UWI) would come to the same conclusion.

    What is more staring is the fact that he committed these acts of fraud while holding the position as a minister of the Crown sworn to uphold the good governance of Barbados.

    The chubby jumped-up guy had real chutzpah.

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  • @ Charles Skeete

    YOU CAN PAINT IT ANYWAY YOU WANT IT ALEX TASKER IS A FUCKING CRIMINAL WHO BRIBED A BAJAN POLITICIAN I AM SURE NOT HIS FIRST OR LAST.

    YOU NEED TO CRAWL BACK INTO YOUR WHOLE AND STOP SHOWING YOUR ASS.

    OLD IGNORANT BAJANS LIKE YOU EMBEDDED IN THE SYSTEM IS ONE OF THE REASONS WHY THE ISLAND IS SO FUCKED UP.

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  • For what?
    i have nothing in the entire scenario to indicate that they have stolen money from the ICBL or have been charged for so doing. Their positions empowered them to authorise payments as they see fit right or wrong and if in breach of Company’s policies would be subject to sanction by the company.whether the breach involves all in in the police or dismissal. The decisions to use their authority were not done in secret
    Xxxxxxxxxxxxx

    ONLY SOMEONE WHO IS PART OF THE DISHONESTY IN BARBADOS COULD MAKE THE ABOVE COMMENT.

    DO YOU KNOW WHAT BRIBERY AND CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY IS?

    OR HAVE YOU BEEN PART OF IT SO LONG YOU HAVE LOSTED TOUCH WITH REALITY.

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  • Watch them all run fuh cover
    Word out
    Donville gonna have his say in a tell all book

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  • Tell all book is good, but a deal is much, much better…ensures they get some old barge, pack them all in it…and tow it ALL THE WAY TO US….

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  • Hants
    January 17, 2020 3:19 PM

    Translated. They will get that person when that person passes through.

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  • The US authorities will prosecute under money laundering laws. The reference by them was to bribing behaviour rampant among the political class. We need to fix our problems.

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  • @ Mariposa January 17, 2020 7:17 PM

    Have his say to expose his ‘fair weather’ friends to the elements of vilification?

    Girl, you really want to see the MAM administration fall to pieces, don’t you?

    Who would be the protagonists in his ‘tell all’ tales?

    Would it be the Stinky Sinliar, the Sharkmout fella called the taller Lashes and the lowedown sicko who said, like you, that MAM is Not qualified to practise law in Barbados without her LEC to mislead fools like you?

    The amount of telling by this fallen evil angel of pure greed and corruption will need at least 2 volumes to cover the duopoly of infelicities.

    Why go down alone on the sinking DLP ship?

    Since his ambition to become the PM has been torpedoed to high heavens why not ‘grass’ on those politicos who are in bed not only with one another but also with the lords of the underworld involved in the drugs and guns business?

    He can have the book endorsed by the pretend Rev. Joe the stop-gap LoO wearing a dog collar

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  • Miller u sound very nervous
    I know you were the boot carry for OSA always ready and able to shine his boots
    Maybe u can do the honours of signing the book.

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  • @ Mariposa January 17, 2020 8:56 PM

    Ac, since he took up his new posts as the shoe-shine-boy-in-chief to both MMs and the bag carrier to Browne he fired the uppity miller for stepping too hard on his toes.

    Do you want to apply for the job to become Donville’s cellmate? But you would have to take your own lubricant to ease the pain of anal confinement.

    BTW, how come we don’t ever hear you singing the praises of Verla de P?
    Is it because you don’t fancy her or are you waiting for the return of the DLP messiah called Stinkliar?

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  • No. Rather not like to be either a shoe shine boy or cell mate
    But would gladly helped in meking sure that Donville book get on the best sellers list
    Or even a made for tv movie with u having a principle role as one of the “shadow men”

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  • @ David.

    I have been watching and reading how this whole thing is unfolding and it’s becoming more embarrassing for our divine leaders by the hour.

    You have the US pointing out how even under EXISTING BAJAN LAWS The Don was guilty. At the same time you have our AG saying that as a result of not having our integrity legislation in place, nothing could be done about laying charges locally against him.

    So am I to conclude that the US are better versed in our local laws and their application than our own AG?

    Then you got clear evidence of Tasker and company clearly breaching the law and here on the rock not a single charge been laid against them either.

    I got to tell you the more this matter unfolds the more of a joke it is becoming. Who say crime dont pay? It look like once you commit the crime here it not only pays well but goes unchallenged !

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  • @John A

    The lack of will to prosecute local ICBL officials has more to do with the fact it is a significant provider of insurance services to government and the challenges it would pose.

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  • Out of this whole fiasco dominoes gonna fall and walls gonna crumble

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  • DavidJanuary 17, 2020 10:18 PM

    @John A

    The lack of will to prosecute local ICBL officials has more to do with the fact it is a significant provider of insurance services to government and the challenges it would pose.

    Protectionism is the true factor
    The truth would come out and govt does not want to take such high a risk
    Small fry Donville was enough to send a message
    Messing with the big sharks might land all in jail

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  • @ David.

    Yes sir you have hit the nail on the head. If one started digging God knows what under the rocks hiding in ICBL garden.

    Anyhow I voted for transparency and accountability, so I expect to see it practiced and honoured now. At the very least the entire board of ICBL should be forced by the shareholders to resign. Had this of happened in the said USA, every board member would have been forced to resign at an extraordinary held shareholders meeting.

    You hear a date set for such a meeting here yet? Nor will it ever be.

    In the meantime I await further embarrassment to undoubtedly unfold.

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  • AG Dale Marshall now finds himself in an awkward situation, ironically his predecessor is an actor in the scenario playing out.

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  • It seems we are at a critical juncture in this whole thing. It’s now at the point where this government will have to prove that it will either stand by its election promise of stamping out corruption, or just leave us to conclude that it was all an election gimmick.

    The US Court has led us to the proverbial water, only time will tell us if the local authorities got the backbone to drink from it.

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  • Even though I recoiled when Donville lighted into Mia Mottley on the floor of the House during the early days of the DLP first term…….”we don’t want to hear nothing from wunnah, wunnah had wunnah time, now is we time and we gine do things we way, keep wunnah ideas to wunnah selves”…….I still feel sorry for him.

    They certainly did things their way……I heard of one minister denying a hardcore dem supporter a contract asking the person if he could give him a million dollars from the project….the contract went to one of the greedy white men that had their tentacles into the weaklings that were ministers.

    Donville was the brightest of dem and ended up in trouble. If only they had listened, he would not be in the position he is in tonight.

    I do feel sorry for him as his sister is a close friend of one of my relatives and she is a good lady.

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  • Ex-congressman Chris Collins sentenced to 2 years on insider-trading, false-statements charges

    EW YORK — A federal judge on Friday sentenced former congressman Chris Collins to 26 months in prison for his part in an insider-trading scheme and lying to the FBI.

    “You had a duty to meet and you betrayed that duty,” U.S. District Judge Vernon Broderick said as he handed down the sentence.

    Collins tearfully apologized to his family and his constituents, acknowledging that he tipped off his son to confidential information that a small Australian biotechnology company’s new therapy for multiple sclerosis had failed a critical clinical trial. Collins’s son and several others used the information to avoid more than $700,000 in losses. Collins also admitted that he later lied to the FBI about the incident.

    “I stand here today a disgraced former congressman,” said Collins, who was one of President Trump’s first supporters in Congress. “I cannot face my constituents. What I have done has marked me for life.”

    Collins said he particularly regretted the impact the case would have on his son, who is scheduled to be sentenced next week. “I have destroyed the reputation of my son,” he said.

    Collins’s attorneys cited his age, 69, years of public service and track record as a businessman who saved hundreds of jobs in New York in asking Broderick to sentence Collins to probation, home detention and community service. But prosecutors asked for a much longer sentence, 46 to 57 months in prison, arguing that the New York Republican had violated a public trust and that the loss of status and money was not enough of a penalty.

    After a more-than-three-hour hearing, Broderick said Collins was “highly unlikely to be a recidivist” but that he still considered the former congressman’s crime significant. Insider trading creates the perception for investors that the financial markets are rigged, he said.

    Broderick received more than 100 letters of support for Collins, including from former Republican speaker of the House John A. Boehner, Collins’s family and former business associates. Others, including some former constituents, sent angry letters calling for a tough sentence.

    Broderick sentenced Collins to 26 months each for two counts: conspiracy to commit securities fraud and making false statements. The sentences are to run concurrently. Collins was also fined $200,000.

    More: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/01/17/former-rep-chris-collins-be-sentenced-insider-trading-case/

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  • Why did the US DOJ investigate and prosecute a former Barbados government minister for a $32.000 fraud ?

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  • @Hants
    read….peterlawrencethompsonJanuary 17, 2020 11:22 AM
    and his two posts which follow.

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  • @ Robert L:

    There is no need to rub salt into Donville Inniss’ wounds.

    Agreed, insofar as Justice will be served one way or the other.

    Law operates in context. I said earlier that in a context where Trump’s personal lawyer (Michael Cohen) sits in jail, where his former campaign manager (Paul Manafort) also sits in jail, where his personal attorney (Rudolph Giuliani) is under serious investigation by the SDNY and is legally exposed, not to mention other Trump supporters who have been convicted and imprisoned, then DI was seriously exposed in the prevailing climate.

    It may well be that barring something exceptional, any appeal appears fatally doomed. A dead letter.

    Mr. Inniss will simply have to live with the consequences of his tragic choices.

    At this juncture, it may well be that his legal advisors should focus their efforts on mitigation, including whatever supporting witnesses and evidence they can muster. At the same time, in their mitigation, they will also have to be prepared to meet any other derogatory allegations, whether relevant or not, the Prosecution and the Court having been made aware of the latter.

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  • PS:

    The DOJ is also engaged in messaging … like the Brits VI’s-a-vis Dr. Denzil Douglas – let so-called “third world” government officials and ministers know that Uncle Sam can seek to jail you for your petty corruption as opposed to the greater Madoff-Ian corruption here.

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  • A house negro is always ready to celebrate the demise of another black person whether innocent/ guilty. House negroes are always ready to pardon / forgive the white man for any crimes that he committed, see the evidence below.

    • The British mercenary Simon Mann, who was sentenced to 34 years in prison in Equatorial Guinea last year for plotting to overthrow the oil-rich country’s government, has been granted a presidential pardon.

    • Simon Mann, the Eton-educated mercenary who was imprisoned for plotting a coup in west Africa, called for Mark Thatcher( son of Margaret Thatcher) to “face justice” over his alleged involvement in the ill-fated conspiracy.

    • SOUTH AFRICA: The son of former British prime minister Mrs Margaret Thatcher left South Africa a free man last night after agreeing to pay a £265,000 (€385,000) fine for his role in a coup plot which could have landed him in jail for 15 years.

    • Sir Mark Thatcher flew to London and was thought to be bound for the United States to join his wife and two children after pleading guilty to funding an attempt by mercenaries to topple the government of Equatorial Guinea.

    Most western multinational corporations & are corrupt & use bribery to gain contracts. Most of the major Banks in the USA & Europe are engaged in money laundering but bank exec never go to jail.

    • Royal Dutch Shell Plc and Eni SpA face additional corruption allegations over a Nigerian oil deal, after the West African country’s government said in a London lawsuit that it believes a handful of executives, including CEOs, were tied to more than $1 billion in bribery payments.

    • The government of Nigeria is suing the biggest U.S. bank, arguing that oil giants Royal Dutch Shell and the Italian company Eni paid 1.1 billion dollars to allegedly corrupt Nigerian officials in 2011 for a license to drill in a hugely rich offshore oil block—and that JPMorgan ought to have blocked the deposits.
    On Tuesday, a U.K. court rejected JPMorgan’s appeal to dismiss the case, ruling unanimously that Nigeria had the right to sue the investment bank in an attempt to wrest back the money.

    • All of Europe’s top 10 banks and 18 of top 20 have been fined for money laundering offences in the past decade. NCA says the £150 billion laundered annually in the UK represents “a very big problem”.

    • London-based banking group HSBC laundered billions of dollars for Mexican drug cartels, and violated sanctions by covertly doing business with pariah states. HSBC also helped a Saudi bank with links to Al Qaeda transfer money into the United States.Stuart Gulliver, the bank’s C.E.O., said that he was “profoundly sorry.” No executives or employees were prosecuted for trafficking in dirty money. Instead, HSBC pledged to clean up its institutional culture, and to pay a fine of nearly two billion dollars: a penalty that sounded hefty but was only the equivalent of four weeks’ profit for the bank. 

    • Shortly after taking office, President Donald Trump grumbled to his secretary of state about a decades-old US law that bars American companies from bribing foreign officials and pledged to repeal it — which, incidentally, would make it easier for his company to get lucrative contracts abroad.
    • “It’s just so unfair that American companies aren’t allowed to pay bribes to get business overseas,” Trump reportedly told Tillerson. “We’re going to change that.”

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  • It is possible Inniss will not have to do jail time. Certain assurances may already have been secured.

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  • Jail time or no jail time Donville has suffered the ultimate defeat in criminal terms convicted of money laundering and a definite derogation of his character
    However there is always roads which he can travel for redemption of his souls which can shed light on what occurs in the underbelly of politics in barbados by writing a tell all book
    Being the one person now used as a poster child in Barbados for money laundering he needs to pursue any legal avenue which would serve purpose towards his redemption

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