No surprise at all!
Come on, folks! You know that Leroy Parris was the godfather to one of Prime Minister Thompson’s children. You know that Thompson was CLICO’s lawyer. You know that CLICO gave oodles of money to the Democratic Labour Party and let them use the corporate jet. You know that as a lawyer Prime Minister David Thompson money-laundered funds from CLICO to Leroy Parris. That’s what the auditors say.
We poor CLICO policy holders are suckers. The poor taxpayers are suckers.
Nothing changes ’bout hey.
Forget about your children’s futures and education: you and your children will be a long time paying (it’s called ‘bailing out’) the elites who built that Ponzi house of cards called CLICO.
I’m sure there’s some good legal reason why High Court Justice Kaye Goodridge ordered the Barbados Police to put the CLICO criminal charges on hold. Always is some good legal reason for doing what is done.
It’s just that we predicted this months ago. Futures destroyed, pensions gone, lifetimes of work and savings stolen… and nobody will ever pay.
Nothing changes ’bout hey. Nothing. Ever. Changes.
Nation News (read it at the Nation News website here)
Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin has been ordered to stop the criminal matter brought against the president of CLICO International Life, Terrence Thornhill, at least for now.
In a temporary stay granted yesterday by High Court Justice Kaye Goodridge, the Commissioner of Police was ordered to put a hold on criminal charges brought against Thornhill.
The matter effectively also puts a hold on similar criminal charges the police brought against former CLICO executive chairman Leroy Parris, his lawyer Michael Yearwood pointed out.
Thornhill and Parris have been accused of breaching an order from the Supervisor of Insurance in August 2009, prohibiting CLICO International Life, a subsidiary of CLICO Holdings Barbados, from selling new business.