April 11, 2021

“Stop passing the buck!” Simon says of Hill’s second about-face

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From Antigua Observer Justin Simon QC, a former attorney general, has declared that the Integrity Commission should stop “passing the buck” and investigate the corruption allegations against Member of Parliament (MP) Asot Michael. Simon said that the commission, despite its shifting stance on the matter, has the legal power to investigate alleged corruption without someone […]

TCI: DPP under investigation

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By John Toner From Turks and Caicos Weekly News TCI’s top prosecutor is under investigation by the Integrity Commission. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has admitted that an investigation is ongoing but the man in charge, John Masters, has said it is due to his shake up of “unbelievable” bad practice […]

OUR CARIBBEAN: Word game vs realities

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By Rickey Singh, From Barbados Nation News WHILE FEARS of the right-wing billionaire Donald Trump emerging as new President of the USA at the forthcoming elections in November continue to spread at home and abroad, growing uneasiness is the name of the game in CARICOM’s formerly two best known performing economies – Barbados and Trinidad […]

Trinidad government investigates Office of the President email account hacking

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From Caribbean360 PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday August 25, 2014, CMC – The Office of the President is investigating an incident in which the email account of a high level member of staff has been hacked. This has resulted in e-mails being sent to several people, including State officials on the staff member’s contact list. A statement […]

Former Turks and Caicos premier claims innocence, blames Britain

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands — In a one-hour interview that aired on local television on Friday, former Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) premier Michael Misick blamed the British government at length, while at the same time proclaiming his innocence of the various corruption-related charges that have been brought against […]

Trinidad intergrity commission launches probe into “Jack” Warner

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From Caribbean360 PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday January 24, 2014, CMC – The Integrity Commission has confirmed it has initiated an investigation into former national security minister Austin “Jack” Warner regarding allegations of fraud relating to his role as president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). In a statement, the Commission […]