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Jerome Fitzgerald, the Minister of Education, speaking in the House of Assembly, accused The Tribune of supporting the cause of Save The Bays in exchange for money. He held up an over lay, double truck ad which was run by Save The Bays. He said that it cost 15,000 dollars a pop to pay for those double truck overlay ads. So he concluded that The Triune was making a lot of money from Save The Bays. From our point of view, we are not surprised. The Tribune has been known to prostitute itself for money before. The late Sir Etienne Dupuch changed his tune on casino gambling because of the 10,00 dollar payment he received from the Grand Bahama Port Authority. So the chip doesn’t fall far from the block.