Kevin Collie Wins His Case But Tribune In Trouble For Their Comments

The Tribune may be in additional trouble after Kevin Collie, a popular activist who is also a Customs Officer, successfully sued the Bahamas Police Force for false arrest.  The Tribune reported the outcome of the case on their front page on 25 June 2020, faithfully sticking to the facts.  However, in their editorial of the […]

THE PLP LEADER LAYS OUT THE CASE AGAINST THE FNM

Leader of The Opposition Philip Davis spoke in the House of Assembly on 16 June 2020 on the Budget Debate.  He said: “At a time when we desperately need to create jobs, this government has failed again to invest in a bold new infrastructure plan, one that could make us safer and stronger while providing […]

THE STRANGE CASE OF THE JUNKANOO RESULTS

So the Junkanoo results this year remind you of the saying “ not every good-bye is gone”. On Boxing Day 2019 the Junkanoo Corporation (JCNP) announced that the Valley Boy’s  A Group had won the parade. They did so by a hair’s breadth. The Saxons were hard on their heels.  The Corporation said that the […]

Fred Smith Loses The Rony Jean Case

The Court of Appeal unanimously tossed out Fred Smith’s wacky and phony case for a man named Rony Jean who could not identify himself much less his nationality, yet Mr. Smith got a Judge at first instance to make the most extraordinary ruling.  The Judge Greg Hilton decided that  the crown had violated the rights […]

In The Frank Smith Case 69 Calls Made 54 from the Lady To Frank

  The evidence in the case the Government has made against the former Senator Frank Smith is that the Frank Smith called the virtual complaint Barbara Hanna.  The Crown produced logs which supposedly showed that Mr. Smith was constantly calling her.  It turns out though that the log presented by the Crown didn’t quite match […]

Prosecutorial Misconduct Alleged In Frank Smith Case

The case of the Government against former PLP Senator Frank Smith is becoming more and more of a joke in the eyes of the public.  This is now more so than ever given the allegations of prosecutorial misconduct made by his Attorney K D Knight in the Court on 28 February.  The star witness took […]

A Case Of Mistaken Nationality

Just when you thought it was safe to get back into the water, a great surprise hit the headlines.  On Wednesday 23rd March, the BBC carried a red notice from Interpol which said that the terrorist who blew himself up in Belgium was both a Belgian citizen and a Bahamian citizen.  Holy cow! The Bahamas government scrambled and went […]

The Case Of The Small Hands And The Small Penis

Larry Smith, Looking like an Apartheid era settler    Adrian Gibson An unnatural infatuation    Lincoln Bain- pretty wife what’s his issue? The US Presidential election politics has now made it ok it seems to discuss the size of penises in the public domain.  Senator Marco Rubio intimated that Donald Trump has a small penis because […]

The Strange Case Of Bruno Rafa

Bruno Rafa, Canadian in Freeport in Immigration trouble The following statement is the Communication in The House of Assembly by Fred Mitchell, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration on the case of Bruno Rafa pictured above. He is a Canadian who has a condominium in Freeport and is before the Courts in The Bahamas for […]

The Case Of The Eleuthera Dental Clinic

Pop singer Lenny Kravitz The statement below was issued by the Minister for Immigration Fred Mitchell after a ruckus in North Eleuthera about a dental clinic that was operating under the sponsorship of Lenny Kravitz who is an American pop singer and has Bahamian ancestry and a home in Eleuthera.  While well intentioned, the dentists did […]

MITCHELL ON RAFA CASE

STATEMENT FROM THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 17 December 2015  The following statement is released for public information.  This statement is excerpted from a speech given by the Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Honorary Consular Corps Luncheon on Tuesday 15 December.  It is in response to the ruling of Justice Petra […]

LETTER TO THE EDITOR BY DONALD DEMERITTE : THE CASE FOR SMALL BUSINESS

Nassau, Bahamas   Dear Editor,   Re:      Speak Up Bahamas!! (Support your Local Businesses)   I have recently made a conscientious decision to become more outspoken on national matters of importance.  This, almost by definition, means that I have to begin paying more attention to national talk shows, as a preparatory measure.  My preference has […]

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING: THE SAD CASE OF ANGELIQUE SABRINA

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THE SAD CASE OF LATORE MACKEY

  We dedicate this column today to the late Latore Mackey.  The sentence seems incredible.  Here was a full grown, cialis generic sickness 37 year old man, press assistant of the Prime Minister, substantively the Deputy Director of the Bahamas Information Services, owner of a karaoke bar on Saunders Beach, everything to live for, nothing […]