Jamaica has requested evidence in the United States for use in the trial of four Jamaicans - Frederick March, Andrew Grant, David Smith and Joseph Issa - accused of participating in a substantial forex fraud perpetrated in the name of Overseas Locket International Corporation, commonly known as OLINT.
Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Jamaica - for a criminal investigation into Frederick March and Andrew Grant for suspected money laundering.
Affidavit in Support of Request for the Extradition of David A. Smith from the Turks and Caicos Islands to the USA in USA v. David A. Smith at the U. S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Litigation that has been taking place in Florida over the last 22 months on behalf of victims of various get rich quick investment schemes that substantially targeted Jamaican nationals or their descendants in the Caribbean and the United States is
A High Court judge in St. Lucia has quashed a dubious decision by the Government of St. Lucia to protect a Government Minister, Keith Mondesir, after he was apparently caught trying to avoid customs duty on household items that he
A Turks and Caicos Islands based Ponzi scheme that promised returns of up to 15% per month took in US$220 million from approximately 6,000 investors in a 27 month period from April, 2006 until it ceased operations in July, 2008.Of
Former Turks and Caicos Islands Premier Michael Misick is being sued in Fort Lauderdale by a physician who claims he was defrauded in a TCI based get rich quick scheme. Plaintiff Christopher Walker, a resident of Orlando, Florida, is seeking