November 27, 2020

Bush re-bailed

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images-1Further to all our previous articles concerning the December 2012 arrest of the former Premier of the Cayman Islands, McKeeva Bush MLA, and another local man in connection with corruption allegations, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS) issued the following release on Tuesday (5):

“[Former Premier of the Cayman Islands, McKeeva Bush MLA, and another local man] complied with the conditions of their bail and presented themselves to officers of the RCIPS earlier today, Tuesday 5 February 2013. The men have been re-bailed until late March 2013.

“The investigation is still very active and police are following several positive lines of enquiry. The re-bailing of the suspects is to allow further investigations to take place in a number of foreign jurisdictions including locations in Europe, the United States and in Asia.

“Officers are working closely with law enforcement colleagues overseas and the investigation is being progressed as expeditiously as possible; however it should be noted that the enquiry team is required to follow the stringent, and often lengthy, legal processes in place within these overseas jurisdictions to obtain the necessary evidential exhibits and supporting statements.

“The RCIPS is fully appreciative of the widespread public interest and concern in relation to this investigation, however as the investigation is still active it would be inappropriate to make any further comment at this time.”

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