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Cayman Premier McKeeva Bush under investigation for suspected corruption

August 13, 2011 by David Marchant


  • Informed Atlanta developer he had "ensured" Gov't approvals
  • Then asked for $350,000 in fax sent from Gov't office
Cayman Islands Premier McKeeva Bush is being investigated by the Royal Cayman Islands Police for suspected corruption involving Atlanta-based developer Stanley Thomas.

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  • Julio Abril
    By Julio Abrilon Sunday, August 14, 2011 10:50:23 PM

    It must be difficult being a politician with a last name like Bush these days. Everyone knows you are up to no good.

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    'Reporters Without Borders' - You can't be serious!
    David Marchant
    The France based 'Reporters Without Borders' has just released its '2016 World Press Freedom Index', which purports to measure the "level of freedom of information in 180 countries", and, not for the fist time with this annual index, I question