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AG: Courts not to blame for crime

Fewer than 10 people accused of murder were granted bail this year, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday. Maynard-Gibson was defending the judicial system after Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade raised concern over the frequency with which alleged repeat offenders are released on bail. She said Greenslade knows many of the reasons why cases aren’t tried within a reasonable time, which ...

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AG: Courts not to blame for crime

Fewer than 10 people accused of murder were granted bail this year, Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday. Maynard-Gibson was defending the judicial system after Police Commissioner Ellison Greenslade raised concern over the frequency with which alleged repeat offenders are released on bail. She said Greenslade knows many of the reasons why cases aren’t tried within a reasonable time, which ...

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Crisis Centre condemns Miller

The Bahamas Crisis Centre yesterday called for Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller to apologize and retract his statement that the non-profit organization is filled with “phonies, fakes and frauds” and suggesting that it is selective about the social issues it chooses to address. During a press conference at the center’s office on Sands Road, Bahamas Crisis Centre Deputy Director Donna ...

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Crisis Centre condemns Miller

The Bahamas Crisis Centre yesterday called for Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller to apologize and retract his statement that the non-profit organization is filled with “phonies, fakes and frauds” and suggesting that it is selective about the social issues it chooses to address. During a press conference at the center’s office on Sands Road, Bahamas Crisis Centre Deputy Director Donna ...

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Crisis Centre condemns Miller

The Bahamas Crisis Centre yesterday called for Tall Pines MP Leslie Miller to apologize and retract his statement that the non-profit organization is filled with “phonies, fakes and frauds” and suggesting that it is selective about the social issues it chooses to address. During a press conference at the center’s office on Sands Road, Bahamas Crisis Centre Deputy Director Donna ...

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Gomez: I’m no political parasite

Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday that he is no “political parasite”. The statement was sent on Gomez’s behalf by Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts. Gomez was responding to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard, who said on Monday the party would welcome Gomez into its ranks. “I note the headline story in ...

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Gomez: I’m no political parasite

Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday that he is no “political parasite”. The statement was sent on Gomez’s behalf by Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts. Gomez was responding to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard, who said on Monday the party would welcome Gomez into its ranks. “I note the headline story in ...

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Gomez: I’m no political parasite

Minister of State for Legal Affairs Damian Gomez said yesterday that he is no “political parasite”. The statement was sent on Gomez’s behalf by Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) Chairman Bradley Roberts. Gomez was responding to Free National Movement (FNM) Chairman Michael Pintard, who said on Monday the party would welcome Gomez into its ranks. “I note the headline story in ...

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AG says good news soon on Baha Mar

Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie will have “good news” to share on the Baha Mar matter “imminently”. It has been nearly six months since operations at the Cable Beach property shut down. Maynard-Gibson said the government has been working to turn things around. “As the prime minister said, we expect to be giving good news ...

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AG says good news soon on Baha Mar

Attorney General Allyson Maynard-Gibson said yesterday Prime Minister Perry Christie will have “good news” to share on the Baha Mar matter “imminently”. It has been nearly six months since operations at the Cable Beach property shut down. Maynard-Gibson said the government has been working to turn things around. “As the prime minister said, we expect to be giving good news ...

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