January 25, 2020

Cayman: ODPP responds to Cayman Marl Road article

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Issued by: Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) makes the following statement in relation to an article published on the Cayman Marl Road website on Tuesday, 9 July 2019. The article alleged impropriety on the part of the ODPP, and in particular Senior Crown Counsel […]

Cayman Islands police statement on local blog coverage of FCU Arrest, 8 February

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From RCIPS The RCIPS notes the coverage on the Cayman Marl Road website regarding an arrest made by the RCIPS Financial Crimes Unit yesterday, 7 February.  This coverage contains the name and photograph of an accused party, which negatively impacts on the presumption of innocence of this individual and could endanger the fairness of the court […]

Cayman Islands: Statement on Fire Service incident/46-year-old-man charged with Rape and Threats to Kill, 31 December

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Statement on Fire Service incident Following a report by Cayman Marl Road on 27 December 2018, the Ministry of Financial Services and Home Affairs can confirm that the Director-General of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) was informed of the alleged incident, by Chief Fire Officer (CFO) Hails on 12th December 2018. The […]

The Editor speaks: Social media

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Former US President Barack Obama said social media platforms can lead people to make snap judgements about complex decisions, “Social media is a really powerful tool for people of common interests to convene and get to know each other and connect. “But then it’s important for them to get offline, meet in a pub, meet […]