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UK: Police say there’s no evidence a man who died in the street in London was poisoned

By Rob Price from Business Insider A man died in the street in central London on Thursday, and there were fears he had been poisoned. The street was put on lockdown, and specialist police officers arrived at the scene —…

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St. Lucian jailed in London for raping girls repeatedly for years

By SNO Staff From St Lucia News Online A St. Lucian man living in southeast London, England was on Friday, Jan. 6 sentenced to 13 years in prison for sexual offences. The Metropolitan Police in Greater London reported in a news…

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Fake bus stop posters in London attack Metropolitan Police

By Tim Chester LONDON — A series of posters attacking the Metropolitan Police have appeared around the capital this weekend. Adorning bus stops across London, they criticise the police force for their stance on drugs and the shooting of Mark…

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The Editor speaks: “… the release of the documents held for … Operation T*** … would not be in the public interest.”

If you filled in the blanks as (T) -“EMPURA” you would be wrong. The wording “the release … would not be in the public interest” is the main reason given for the non-publication of the Operation Tempura documents by the…

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The Editor Speaks: Just what ‘game’ is Bridger playing?

Martin Bridger was the ‘scapegoat’ for the Operation Tempura fiasco that has already cost the Cayman public millions of dollars. Estimates vary from $15M to $30M!! However, as the man in charge, who made a very handsome salary and produced…

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Former Cayman governor denies allegations of criminal misconduct

By Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands — Former Cayman Islands governor, Stuart Jack, has denied allegations that he, along with two other senior officials, committed misconduct in public office, attempted to pervert the course of justice and…

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Independent Exclusive: Scotland Yard’s rotten core: Police failed to address Met’s ‘endemic corruption’

By Tom Harper Independent UK Organised crime infiltrated police ‘at will’, according to secret report. Top-level internal inquiry identified scores of corrupt individuals working for Met. Organised criminals were able to infiltrate Scotland Yard “at will” by bribing corrupt officers,…